A Memorial Day wedding at the end of May with flags flying! The ceremony was on the side lawn under the oaks. Mason jars with babies breath lined the aisle and the wood arbor was decorated with lace curtains, greenery, and white hydrangeas. Bridesmaids were in coral; it looks so beautiful against green! Enjoy these beautiful photos by Taylor Gregory Photography of the wedding of Lisa and Grayson!
Archives for February 2016
Kate and Jon planned a fun and unique wedding at the end of September. Their professional photography was provided by Revival Photography. We thank them for generously sharing their photos of the day!
Each centerpiece was different and was created from vintage collectibles owned by the 1812 Hitching Post. The lemon pound and white cake was provided by the venue and was displayed in a suitcase. Thank you cards were tucked into gray linen napkins. Vintage china was provided by Whimsical Rose. Party favors were mini succulents displayed in a three tier galvanized tray. The signature drinks included apple pie sangria and blueberry lemonade. Guests played beer pong in the driveway and had a giant Jenga tent. Despite the sporadic rain, it was a beautiful evening!
April weddings are so beautiful with the dogwoods and azaleas in bloom! Melissa and Dustin had a wedding with plum and white accents. The pretty live floral swag, aisle flowers, centerpieces, and bouquets were provided by Florals by Desi. Spring is the perfect time for hydrangeas! The cake had alternating layers of vanilla pound cake and citrus flavor. It was on our wood cake base surrounded by a mound of babies breath. What a wonderful start for a beautiful family that now includes little Audrey!
Photography by Taylor Gregory Photography.
Ally and Dustin had close to 150 guests at their June 14th wedding. Their wedding was so beautiful that I had trouble narrowing down the photos! Ally’s flowers were provided by Cline’s Florist. They had beautiful white hydrangeas as bouquets and centerpieces. We had LOTS of candles; 12 votives and tea lights on each table. The natural theme included burlap overlays and sashes as well as birch containers for the centerpiece flowers.
Candy bars with the guests names and table numbers directed them to reception seating. Ally and Dustin provided small colored canvases as their “guest book” for guests to paint and decorate. It was such a cute and fun idea for a guest book!
The 1812 Hitching Post provided a candy bar with candy in blue and white to stay with the theme. Ally provided a martini called “Something Blue” that was a hit with the bridesmaids. The couple had piggy banks for “bets” on who would get smeared worse with the cake. Dustin ended up the loser or winner . . . . I’m not sure! :-)
Ally’s wedding was memorable in so many ways. She and so many members of her family have an exceptional bond. It was such a blessing to share in their event.
Photography provided by Taylor Gregory and Jordan Austin.