Each week, we feature a couple from our latest issue.

Sometimes, sweet and simple can have the biggest impact. Case in point: Brittany and Benjamin Corbit, who were friends at work before dating and eventually saying, “we do” in a darling outdoor ceremony in Orient, Ohio.

For Brittany, the highlight of the ceremony was when she and Benjamin braided their unity cross … though she admits the 90-degree temperature was probably more memorable. Other key moments in the big day included the father-daughter dance, which took the form a video in honor of Brittany’s late father.

The rustic-themed even was about as casual as they come: Benjamin and his groomsmen wore jeans, Brittany and her bridesmaids wore cowboy boots, and everyone dined on barbecue pork, beans, cheesy potatoes and salad for dinner. If you ask us, the Corbits are proof-positive that you don’t need to spend a fortune to have a lovely and meaningful wedding ceremony!

The Details

Wedding date: June 25, 2016

Wedding colors: Nudes and pastels

Attendants: Seven bridesmaids, seven groomsmen, a flower girl and a “flower dog”

Bride wore: Gown from Gabrielé European Bridal & Formal, her sister’s veil and cowboy boots from Rod’s Western Palace

Hair and makeup: Makeup by Amber Preston and hair at Canvas Salon

Groom wore: Own ensemble

Rings: Diamond Cellar

Rehearsal dinner: Spaghetti Warehouse

Ceremony: Rustic Beauty Weddings and Events

Reception: Rustic Beauty Weddings and Events

Caterer: Hardnutz Abt’s & BBQ and Der Dutchman

Cake: Blessed and Highly Favored

Florist: Hilliard Floral Design

Photographer: Together We Click

Videographer:  Together We Click

Invitations: Simply to Impress

Reception tunes: Trent Iguchi

First dance: “Cowboys and Angels” by Dustin Lynch

Guest favors: Mason jars

Registries: Bed Bath & Beyond

Favorite gift: A helicopter ride during the honeymoon

Honeymoon: Hawaii