Sweet Sara planned a lovely wedding in the middle of May. We were so glad a date came available for her! One of the highlights of her wedding was seeing former bride and groom, Devin and Shea Snow Carter who were married at the Hitching Post two year’s earlier. Photography by Jordan Lani Austin and Wendy Waldron.
Kitrina and Brad were married May 10th in a beautiful wedding featuring gray and blue with accents of red. The festive color palate was carried throughout in the cake, sand ceremony, flowers, and centerpieces. Kitrina used Silver as an accent. The appetizer reception for 135 guests ended with a ribbon wand send-off.
Style Me Pretty featured this sweet and sentimental wedding on their blog. Primary photography was provided by Red, White, & Green Photography. Photos on this page were taken by Wendy Waldron of the 1812 Hitching Post.
1812 Hitching Post provided the natural wood arbor with rustic cross. A bunting, provided by the bride, was hung over the front balcony that said “this is the beginning of a wonderful story.” A fingerprint tree served as their guest book and the unity candle, arbor, and aisle featured live hydrangeas and white roses for a refreshingly simple outdoor garden look. The reception featured Carolina blue accents on the cake and tables with chocolate brown as the neutral background. Signs made with the couple’s engagement photos and party favors of chocolate cigars and hankies were displayed at the reception.
Sara and Jeremy had about 80 guests for their late April wedding. The ceremony, officiated by Rev. Patrick D. Waldron, was held under the rustic wood arbor decorated with silk deep purple flowers and babies breath. Their “guest book” was a trio of engagement photos framed with a mat to sign. Shepherd’s hooks lined the aisles with knobby glass containers filled with flowers to coordinate with the bridal bouquets.
The menu included bruschetta, fruit kebabs, bar snacks, roast beef, grilled chicken and veggie kebabs, roasted red potatoes, and green beans with rolls and butter. Centerpieces, provided by the 1812 Hitching Post, were submerged calla lilies and hydrangeas with floating candles and clear gems. The cake was decoated with similar calla lilies and was yellow and chocolate in flavor. Taylor Gregory Photography covered the wedding on behalf of the 1812 Hitching Post.
The first dance was to Kenny Chesney’s “Me and You” The couple’s last dance was John Legend’s “All of Me.”