Venue shots from recent October weddings including some of our new signs, assorted desserts, and six gorgeous cakes!
April is such a beautiful time to be married! The cherry trees and weeping willows are fully leafed out and the dogwoods, azaleas, lilacs, and rhododendrons are typically in bloom.
Bethany and Jeremy chose mint as the color of the bridesmaid’s dresses. The flowers on the arbor, provided by 1812 Hitching Post, were silk green and white white hydrangeas with greenery. Babies breath in mason jars lined the aisle. The reception centerpieces were silk hydrangeas in blue mason jars with jelly jar candles on a burlap runner and slab of wood. The cake had a cute green ribbon accent. On the buffet, the couple chose to have a mashed potato bar. It was delicious!
Most of the couple’s photography was provided by Amanda Caldwell Photography. The photos on this page were taken by Taylor Gregory and Wendy Waldron at the venue to show you some shots of the decor and the yummy mashed potatoes!
Aisle decorations are a great way to extend the look and colors of your wedding. Lining the aisle of your wedding with decor is like wearing a necklace with a pretty dress. Some girls prefer a truly natural look with little or no aisle decor. With an outdoor wedding ceremony, you really don’t need much to decorate. Add a pop of color or continue the outdoor look with these options for your wedding at the 1812 Hitching Post.
The 1812 Hitching Post staff will bring your ceremony aisle decor to be used at your reception after the ceremony. Often, aisle decor does double duty by becoming part of the centerpiece arrangement.
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Click here to view more images of weddings using a variety of containers as their aisle decor.