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Just Married - Mr. & Mrs. Scott Boe

Teddi Renee Estes, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Ted Estes of Lafayette, CA and Scott Daniel Boe, son of Mr.  & Mrs. Tom Boe of Elk River, MN, were united in marriage on March 25, 2017.  

The ceremony and festivities took place at Barndiva in the lovely town of Healdsburg, CA on what happened to be a perfectly sunny and mildly calm day in Sonoma County.  The storms raged the day prior to the wedding and returned in full force the day after!  

Teddi and Scott were surrounded by their loving families and friends from near and far to witness the exchange of vows in this exquisite venue which is filled with colors, textures, patterns, art and lighting that merge in a special alchemy that seems to turn time on its head.  Teddi chose her longtime friend and fellow Saddlebred enthusiast Jennifer Blackburn of San Francisco as her maid of honor and Scott chose his steadfast and reliable friend Andy Marlett of Las Vegas, NV to be the best man.  Along with Jennifer and Andy the wedding party included Teddi’s sisters, Amanda and Sarah, along with Gianna Cassarino for the bride and for the groom, Chris Tilley who assisted with the best man speech and his brothers Mark and Drew. Through the vision and creativity of Lori Huntington of Wild Petals Floral in Pewaukee, WI the magical day was adorned with flower arrangements from the bouquet to the altar to the dining tables!  Lori’s attention to detail truly made their dream wedding pop!

After the ceremony the guests were escorted into the art gallery where they enjoyed a glass of bubbles or lavender lemonade while the wedding party gathered for additional photos prior to being seated for dinner.  Barndiva prides itself on being a farm to table restaurant so guests were asked to make their meal selection of sole or filet mignon once they had been seated.  From the hors d’oeuvres to the desserts the chef exceeded expectations!  

The wedding cake topper was truly special to Teddi and Scott as they had an idea of what they wanted but were unable to find the exact piece.  They described what they were thinking to Alice Unger Singh and after countless hours of work the creativity of Alice prevailed!  Alice is not only an incredible horsewoman but is also an amazing artist and when her wheels start churning there is no stopping what she can do!  The creation of two Saddlebred heads, one with masculine features and the other with feminine lines, faced each other to form a heart!  Absolutely beautiful!

Honeymoon plans are in the works but due to show season just getting underway Teddi, owner & trainer of Golden Ridge Saddlebreds in Maple Lake, MN, and Scott, owner/farrier of Riverview Horseshoeing also in MN, needed to head home!  

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