Archive for the ‘Outdoor Wedding’ Category

Stephanie & Pat were married this past summer at Celebrity Dairy Farm in Siler City. Their big day combined vintage elements with hints of southern hospitality resulting in a truly lovely summertime wedding.

These gorgeous colorful flowers were from Knot Hill Flower Farm.

Thanks to Megan Kime of Megan Kime Photography for these fabulous images of Stephanie & Pat’s special day.

Mason jars were used as decor throughout the ceremony and reception adding a taste of vintage inspiration.

Love these images of the new Mr. & Mrs.

Lanterns are a beautiful way to add a romantic touch of elegance as the sun goes down and these mason jar lanterns were the perfect touch for Stephanie & Pat’s relaxed outdoor reception.

Their vibrant yellow cake incorporated elements of the the outdoors.

For favors, the couple chose to stick with the theme of their venue and give their guests sweet scented goat’s milk soap.

Congratulations, Stephanie & Pat!

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Emily and Mike’s big day in October was truly one of a kind. This Chapel Hill wedding took place in a gorgeous secluded garden behind the home of the bride’s father. Between the large cedars and pines and the babbling streams this venue felt like a setting out of a fairy tale.
Makeup Art by Jenny did the bride’s makeup.
The bride and groom took some time to connect and snap a few photos, thanks to Jeremy Lange, before the ceremony took place.
The couple had a sitar player perform background music while the guests were seated.
This statuesque tree was the perfect backdrop for the bride and groom to exchange vows.

Natural elements were even incorporated into the favors. The bride did these DIY centerpieces of potted impatiens which the guests took home as favors at the end of the evening.

Mercury Band from New York set the mood for the reception with their music. A cocktail hour in the garden followed the ceremony before guests moved under the tend provided by Party Reflections for dinner.

Catering Company of Chapel Hill served a delicious Asian inspired menu.

The cake was an angel cake made by one of the bride’s friends.

How creative is this origami cake topper?

This bohemian inspired photo booth was a surprise from the bride’s brother.

After dinner, the wedding party and guests moved back out into the garden for an evening of dancing.

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