Wedding photos for Autumn & Bryce’s May wedding are via this photographer link: Courtney Fletcher Photography
This was an unforgettable March elopement. Eva and James sang a love song duet that brought tears to our eyes. Photography by Autumn Harrison with blog link here: https://autumnharrison.com/couples-2/eva-james-nc-elopement-photographer/
This August wedding was as sweet as the couple who were married that afternoon. Liliya walked down the aisle at 2 pm. to live musicians after first look photos in the front gardens by Kevyn Dixon Photography. The grounds of the 1812 Hitching Post are so lush in the summertime and were the perfect backdrop for the gorgeous bride . . . . . those eyes and that romantic dress!
Live flowers on the arbor and aisle were provided by florist, Chelsea Rupp. Party favors were jars of honey that we displayed on a suitcase. The cake, provided by the 1812 Hitching Post, featured the exposed look and was made of pound cake with caramel filling and lemon cake with raspberry filling. Tables were covered in burgundy with lace overlays and centerpieces were the aisle jars along side of white lanterns and bird cages. The meal consisted of baked chicken, vegetarian ravioli, mashed potatoes, house salad, fresh rolls, fruit, and an ice cream topping bar!
Linda gave us a 5-star review on “The Knot” which I’ve posted, below. Thanks so much, Linda!
Their wedding included their children and people they loved with a special ceremony including readings and a hymn sung by the entire group. It was lovely!
Please view their photos by Wendy Waldron Photography, below.
The Waldrons hosted our small (bride, groom, and about 40 others) ceremony and reception at their historic home on a lovely Sunday in November. We could not have imagined a more beautiful or meticulously organized event! Through their passion for perfection and their years of experience, the Waldrons have fashioned an ideal setting for one-stop weddings. The home and grounds are welcoming and well-designed to accommodate separate dressing areas for the bridal party, waiting areas, and a variety of expandable spaces for ceremonies and receptions. It’s easier to list the items they did not provide than those that they did: we brought our own candles, clothing, and flowers for the bridal party. Bearing in mind our preferences, the Waldrons provided and expertly coordinated everything else, including the photography; silk flowers for the arbor and reception tables; a DJ and sound system for both ceremony and reception; a variety of foods and drinks for the reception; and the wedding cake. They were even prepared to furnish an officiant, if needed.