This sweet North Carolina wedding is colored in shades of white, pink, peach, and coral. Aaron and Nicole’s wedding day was an obvious celebration of love, laughter, and family, and we love every photo captured by Robin Lin Photography. Bridesmaids carried delicate parasols and bouquets of white blooms, and their wedding cake was decorated with ruffles and metallic gold accents. We love that each bridesmaid wore a unique dress!
From Mariee Ami Wedding Planning Studio: “Kristan & Jeremy are such a genuine pair. Everything about their day was “sweet.” They are just a perfect match and really only cared that they got married. Kristan had a piece of fabric that she got while on a mission trip, and the entire wedding design from the paper to the florals stemmed from that — the turquoise, the hydrangeas, the rustic elegance — it all began from that fabric.”
We are so excited to share our very first wedding at The Pavilion at Pepper Plantation with y’all! Charleston brides will adore this sweet wedding. Catering was traditional Southern foods and a wedding cake decorated with a peacock feather motif. The outdoor ceremony was on a gorgeous day, and bridesmaids in persimmon dresses carried bouquets of white flowers.
This gorgeous Texas wedding, shaded in pretty colors of gold, cream, and pink, is lovely and romantic. The bride and groom chose to have their ceremony outside at sunset, overlooking the Texas skyline. The bride later changed into a short wedding dress for her wedding reception so that she could dance the night away. We love their reception space, glowing and sweet, with an abundance of white roses and pink florals.
This wedding is a favorite. The collection of gorgeous tiered wedding cakes decorated with lavender roses and purple blooms, the mason jars wrapped in burlap and lace, the fact that the bride and groom chose to pray together before their wedding ceremony… as their wedding photographer, Courtney Leigh, states, “it really is one of the loveliest.” The bride and groom even chose to show their devotion to one another by ceremoniously washing each other’s feet, an echo back to Biblical times.