Get ready for absolute perfection! This farm wedding is stunning, from the handmade wooden signs to the wildflowers in mason jars and pretty yellow bridesmaids. If you have any doubts that DIY can be just as beautiful, you have to check out this pretty wedding!
Florence and Bryan’s DIY Tennessee wedding was an awesome celebration of love, family, and loveliness. Their dog, Carley, joined them on their wedding day, Bryan’s sister officiated the wedding ceremony, and Bryan’s brothers all served as his groomsmen. The bridesmaids wore purple dresses and cowgirl boots, and sweet blue and purple wildflowers decorated the day.
We have something sweet from Georgia to share with y’all today. The bride and groom share purple as their favorite color, so purple played a big role in their rustic wedding. The groomsmen wore fancy bow ties and bird nest boutonnieres; the bride’s bouquet displayed a pretty antique brooch. The Farmhouse Inn served as the perfect backdrop for their country chic wedding day.
Are ya’ll ready for a farm wedding? I was; you can tell whenever I’m excited about a feature, because it will echo into my daily life. Like last week’s “sweet home Alabama,” this week is all about, “what happens in the barn, stays in the barn.” Ashley and David’s wedding at Plantation Farms in Byron, Georgia, began with their gifts to each other. They both gave each other Bibles with cards addressed “to my husband” and “to my wife.” Ashley’s dad wore her grandfather’s badge as he walked her down the aisle. Their barn reception is just pretty — don’t forget to read the chalkboard sign in the background! It’s the little touches like this that make a wedding perfect.
This is the kind of wedding I dreamed about as a little girl. A pretty white church, a wedding gown with pearl buttons down the back ending with a perfectly tied bow, the perfect shade of blue. It’s a day so sweet that it makes everything old look new again — the antiques just make it that much lovelier.