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Hollis And Grayson's City-Mouse-Meets-Country-Mouse Wedding

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    Trading in city smog for country green and Brooklyn hipsters for Northwest farmers, Hollis Witherspoon and Grayson Cox tied the knot this June in a wedding so whimsical, charming, and downright beautiful that we're thinking Disney may have felt a few pangs of envy.

    Inviting guests from near and far to the Witherspoon's family farm in Yamhill, Oregon (yes, we had to look it up, too) the BK-based couple — she's an actress, he's an artist — braved a wet, stormy weekend for their quaint, countryside nuptials.

    And proving that fortune favors the bold (or at least the fearlessly optimistic), the clouds did finally part just in time for a heartwarming Quaker ceremony and festivities that continued way into the evening with dancing, fireworks, and a bonfire. Even a little (okay, maybe a lot) of mud couldn't slow the good times down.

    So, prepare your pinning fingers, folks — we got our hands on the dreamy snaps from the city-meets-country affair. And pardon the cliché, but this one has "happily ever after" written all over it.

    Photographed by Hal Horowitz
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