November 19, 2011
I am going a little out of order but wanted to get these great ideas and pics out! Susan came to me as a friend wanting help with her wedding. Of course, I would be there for her! When she started telling me her visions for a vintage southern wedding I got so excited. Wildflowers, antique vases, lace overlays, quilts, and more all started running through my head. Susan and Jared got married at a private venue in Lieper’s Fork. Married under a tree with lanterns and an antique chandelier, the moment was perfect!!! Guests were seated on bales of hay covered with mix-matched quilts. Capri blue, deep purple, ivory, and green were brought in with the bouquets of wild flowers. When Susan walked down the aisle you could see the excitement from all the guests and Jared. The cocktail hour was in the barn. The team at Down South Delights treated guests to southern favorites like ham and biscuits and spinach dip. YUM! The reception was held under the stars…and string lights! Long tables lined the garden with ivory lace overlays and burlap runners. The buffet dinner was served on mix-matched china. The look was perfect! The band, Southern Hauler, had the guests on their feet all night! Guests were offered flip-flops to keep their feet rested. As a special surprise to guests, Tin Can Treats came with their vintage trailer offering up sweet treats from the past. All the details came together and Susan and Jared had the wedding of their dreams while sticking to their budget. It was the perfect day!
(Photos by Michael Howard Photography)
Gotta run and work on some other posts!
Vendor Spotlight Ceremony & Reception: Southall Eden Paper: Southall Eden Flowers: Designed by Details by Margaret from Geny’s Wholesale Cake: Cakes by Rebecca Catering: Down South Delights, LLC. Dress: Vineyard Vines by Priscilla of Boston, from The Bride Room Band: Southern Hauler Photographer: Michael Howard Photography
Favors: Tin Can Treats
Rentals: Music City Tents and Events
Linens: Connie Duglin