Hello, gorgeous! This wedding is just darling. In this pin-crazy, inspiration-whirlwind kind of world we live in, it is so amazing to see a wedding beautiful and simplistic. This particular wedding holds a touch of whimsy, and reminds us of The Secret Garden.
I never really sink into autumn until November. The changing colors in the leaves and the colder weather really sets us over the edge. As we get ready for the holidays, the bridal sessions and weddings we receive in our inbox only get prettier and prettier. This Knoxville Botanical Gardens bridal session from JoPhoto has become one of my all-time faves. The orange trees, the bride’s dog, and the fairytale inspiration is perfect!
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.
An intimate 2 o’clock wedding in Maryville, Tennesseese is up next on The Lovely Find, and this wedding is sure to inspire all our vintage brides. The afternoon wedding included antique handkerchiefs for “happy tears” during the wedding ceremony, and the reception was a blissfully sophisticated English tea-inspired event. Marmalades mingled with sugar lumps next to decorative tea bags. Guests were offered favors of blackberry, raspberry, and blueberry jam canned by the bride’s family from berries picked on their own property. The reception catering included scones, tea sandwiches, and hot tea served in vintage tea pots. What a perfect way to spend an afternoon!