Weddings are often lively due to the couple’s excitement, the guests’ anticipation, and of course the dancing - but don’t forget about lush fall leaves and vibrant flowers! Yellow and orange flowers paired with an abundance of leaves spruced up Leanne and Andrew’s wedding, giving it a natural, fresh feel.
Leanne began the day the way a bride should - with margaritas and loved ones. After their hair and makeup was done, both Leanne and her matron of honor stepped into their dresses. The matron of honor’s dress was a shade of red, adding a nice contrast but not overpowering the bride. Leanne looked gorgeous in a Beauty and the Beast inspired gown with a full skirt and sparkle detailing. The bouquets, bursting with fall blooms and greenery, heightened the fresh feeling created by the natural landscape around the house. Andrew and his best man looked handsome in black suits and fun, fall ties.
The sun cast a gorgeous glow over the ceremony, which was held outside of her parent’s home. Leanne and Andrew said their “I do’s” under beautiful trees covered in fresh leaves interspersed with birds singing.
Guests moved over to the tent for the reception. Natural light flooded from the sky, accentuating every thought-out detail from the personalized pictures to the intricate signage. Tables were dressed in brown linens and covered with yellow and red blooms, gold votives, and of course leaves. Gorgeous, elegant arrangements of florals hung from the tent fixtures, drawing guests attention to the beautiful architecture of the land.
After a day full of celebrating, toasting, and dancing, it was finally time for Leanne and Andrew to bid their loved ones adieu. What kind of wedding would it be if they didn’t leave under an archway of sparklers, stopping for a kiss along the way? Cheers to the newlyweds!
Venue: Private Residence in Selma, North Carolina
Rentals: DeeJay's Event Rentals
Photographer: Hardison Photography
Florist: Jeffrey's Florist
Caterer: Em's Catering
Cake: Outta the Box Cakes and Confections
Hair and Makeup: Taylor Summers
Officiant: James Sutton