I loved Tina and Daniel’s love story. I love how he dotes after her and how excited her family was to welcome him into theirs. I love the way they look at one another and how cool and collected she remained throughout the wedding planning process.
I love when a bride truly listens to me. I spend SO much time on design proposals, rental quotes, linen selections, decor ideas, etc and I think we nailed this one. Tina originally thought she wanted lots of burlap and other traditionally classified “rustic” decor elements. After several design meetings and style searching/pinpointed design, we tweaked trendy “rustic” into a more timeless “spring chic”. From the use of David Austin garden roses to the brown garden lanterns used as reception centerpieces, we created a beautifully styled, lush outdoor affair at Belle Meadows Farm for her 120 guests…
A family friend of the bride’s cut and stained the wood for these plaques and my sister hand-lettered 1 Corinthians 13. Complimenting blooms were hung on alternating chairs and together these elements set the tone for a sweet, romantic ceremony that included the groom’s sons participation in a sand ceremony.
The blossoms in the tree were incredible and such a beautiful backdrop for the formal portraits.
Tina was very specific in the flowers she wanted in her bouquets. Accented with monogrammed ribbon, these were such fun to create! At the end of the night, each girl knew which bouquet was hers and didn’t leave these beauties behind!
Venue: Belle Meadows Farm
Wedding planner: Kennedy Occasions
Photography: Freestone Photography
Floral Design: Emily Kennedy of Kennedy Occasions
Catering & Cake: Vintage Cakes and Catering
Rentals: Southern Events