Summer perfection in this lovely wedding of a super sweet couple photographed by Taylor Cline Photography. Words cannot express how gorgeous this wedding was. Enjoy the loveliness!
Amy and Justin had a gorgeous plum and white vintage style late autumn wedding with 4 p.m. ceremony.
The romantic centerpieces and décor included floating candles, submerged silk orchids, plum tablecloths, and lace tablecloths. The arbor was decorated with silk vines and flowers, our vintage chandelier, and lace curtains. White lanterns lined the aisle of the tent. All decor provided by the 1812 Hitching Post.
The couple had five appetizers including bacon wrapped smokies and our famous spinach dip. Dinner included roast beef, chicken, and roast turkey for a Thanksgiving style feast fit for a November weddings. Sweet potato casserole, green beans, and mac and cheese were also served. After dinner, their butterscotch maple flavored cake with caramel cream cheese filling was cut and the chocolate fountain with fresh strawberries and other yummies was served.
Flowers were provided by Cline’s Florist
Photo booth provided by 1812 Hitching Post
Photography by Taylor Gregory and Jordan Austin
Bridal portraits by Taylor Gregory
One of the sweetest, most adorable couples I’ve ever met were married last May. Anna’s step-father performed the ceremony and walked her down the first half of the aisle then handed her off to her bio dad while her step-dad then took his place as minister. Sean literally bounced with excitement when he first saw Anna come down the aisle. It was emotional and lovely.
Anna’s unique dress had a back floral applique detail with bling closure. The bridesmaids wore soft, flowing gray dresses and the groomsmen wore suspenders. Burgundy accents in the flowers and navy tablecloths with natural touches of burlap, wood, and lace completed the look. Photography of the couple’s engagement, bridals, and wedding was by Taylor Cline.
Lauren & Clayton had perfect weather for their mid-October Sunday wedding. Their 4 p.m. ceremony was officiated by Patrick Waldron of the 1812 Hitching Post.
Ceremony: 1812 Hitching Post provided the natural wood arbor decorated with silk fall leaves and sunflowers and live babies breath. We added two tall galvanized buckets either side of the arbor filled with babies breath. 1812 Hitching Post provided aisle mason jars hung with raffia containing babies breath and sunflowers provided by the bride. Guests signed Jenga pieces that bride provided. Our wine barrel tied with burlap held the couple’s unity candle.
Reception: The tables had full length cream tablecloths. Each place setting had a gold charger topped by a cream napkin and white pumpkin. The centerpieces were created from the bride’s provided painted white bottles and babies breath on top of our wood slab centerpiece bases topped with a doily and our jelly jar candles. Muted fall leaves lined the jelly jars for just a touch of fall color. The chairs were covered and sashed with burlap. It was one of the prettiest reception set-ups I’ve ever seen!
Menu: Appetizers of Carolina crab bites, fig and mascarpone puffs, and spinach dip with tortilla chips
Entrees of grilled chicken and pork tenderloin with sides of roasted red potatoes, sweet potato casserole, tossed salad, and rolls
The wedding cake provided by 1812 Hitching Post was pineapple flavored with apricot filling. It was decorated with white fondant fall leaves cascading over a butter cream iced cake and displayed on our wooden cake base.
Extras: The ceremony included an adorable sign carried by the the groom’s niece, Parker, that said “Uncle Clayton, Here Comes Your Bride” on one side with “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” on the other side. The bride provided shadow boxes of the couple that we put on the mantle. We were given lots of babies breath and sunflowers to use as well as the adorable mini white pumpkins. The couple had their send-off with ribbon wands.
There is nothing like a June wedding! Kailey and Werther had PERFECT weather for their June 1st wedding. The groom and his ushers/swordsmen were in full uniform for this romantic and elegant wedding. Cline’s florist provided the beautiful arbor decoration for the ceremony and also provided the bouquets, boutonnieres, and hydrangeas for the reception centerpieces. The couple provided a “guest book” was a fingerprint tree.
The appetizer menu included bruschetta, fruit kebabs, chicken wings, bacon wrapped chicken, mini quiches, and BBQ buddies. The beautiful wedding cake, provided by the 1812 Hitching Post, had a red velvet layer between two butter yellow layers. It was decorated with this gray ribbon and lilac roses. The couple danced a salsa medley for their first dance together. The reception tables looked beautiful with lilac overlays and gray chair sashes. The bride provided all centerpiece items. A sparkler send-off followed an evening of fun.
Photography was by Taylor Gregory Photography for the 1812 Hitching Post.