One of the things I love about weddings in the South is the sheer variety of thematic cues and inspirations. Where else can you find the perfect rustic vintage wedding living harmoniously with a chic modern event? Perhaps one of the most elegant of designs is the classic Southern wedding complete with tapered candles and structured white bouquets. After having the chance to get to know Brittany & Greg, and I do not think any type of wedding would suit them better!
Their day started off with rain and clouds, but luckily, the wet weather subsided and stayed that way for the rest of the day.
Something blue: a token from Brittany’s parent’s wedding:
As Brittany & Greg planned an evening ceremony, they opted for a first look in the Founder’s Garden:
Elegant, regal, yet playful and loving:
The trolley transported the wedding party around campus in order to reach all of the most picturesque locations:
I have to give a huge shout-out to one of the most supportive and helpful wedding parties I’ve ever seen! Greg & Brittany’s friends were always close by to lend a hand!
I should probably mention that Brittany is a DIY maven and crafted every last detail of this wedding. She did an amazing job of sticking to her vision:
I should also mention that Greg was super-involved and helped coordinate the entire event.
Remember this Youtube video? Greg was explaining the song to their reception entrance:
A caricature artist and plenty of dancing made for a fun reception!
On my way home I saw that sign; I think it sums everything up nicely.
Ceremony Venue: The Cecil B. Day Chapel
Reception Venue: The Georgian Grand Ballroom
Catering: Trumps Catering
Florist: Gardenia Floral Design
Dress: Allure Bridals from I Do, I Do Bridal Boutique
Hair/Makeup: Flawless Finish
Groom’s Attire: Perno’s Formal Wear
Bridemaid’s Dresses: Jasmine from I Do, I Do Bridal Boutique