On October 21st, beautiful bride and groom Erin and Steven made the commitment of marriage. This gorgeous fall wedding was a complete dream and we wish nothing but the best for them!
Erin and her wedding party started off their morning in celebratory fashion with a little bit of bubbly and an amazing beautification experience from Beauty by K2. To match the blue schematic of the wedding the girls showed up in adorable chambray shirts to ensure a comfortable morning.
Once the bridal party’s hair and makeup was completed the girls slipped into their elegant powdered blue gowns and were ready for the bride’s big reveal. With the help of her loving mother, Erin slipped into her stunning gown and put on some finishing touches.
Future husband and wife had letters and gifts from each other delivered to their suites to symbolize their deep love for each other.
The bridal party grabbed their gorgeous bouquets, which were a mix of greenery, peachy pink blossoms, all topped off with a cream ribbon, and headed out to take some lovely photos.
The morning was already off to an amazing start setting the tone for Erin and Steven’s special day!
Wedding Party Photos
Everyone in the wedding party looked absolutely stunning! With the simple yet eye-catching combination of cream and powdered blue this wedding party made for a great looking group. The girls were dressed in unique floor length gowns and the guys in bowties to match the bridal parties dresses!
These whimsical floral arrangements were chosen to perfectly compliment the wedding parties attire. Following the group photos the couple snuck away to grab some gorgeous close ups.
Bride and Groom Photos
Is this a model couple or what?!
The Cordelle was the perfect venue for this outdoor ceremony! This created a magical setting for Erin and Steven to say their “I do’s.” Guests were greeted by beautifully designed programs and entry sign embellished with greenery!
Once entering the ceremony a striking floral arch created the focal point of the venue. This was perfectly balanced out by two bushels of florals on each side of the aisle entrance. These florals were accompanied by elegant gold lanterns!
This simple yet stunning look set the stage for Erin and Steven’s big moment and complimented the wedding parties attire beautifully!
There were so many memorable moments form this ceremony including the most adorable ring bearer and flower girl.
Following these precious kids was the father of the bride and the bride herself. As you can see this was a very emotional moment for both parties filled with excitement and sentiment.
Finally Erin and Steven meet at the alter for their big moment. Ready for their next chapter of life together they pronounce their vows and have their first kiss as Mr. and Mrs. Williams!
The ecstatic couple make their way from their ceremony and walk into their new life together as a married couple!
Like the ceremony, the details of this reception were absolutely stunning! The venue was done up with gorgeous florals, greenery, and gold. Centerpieces included an elegant mixture of cream and pink flowers and tasteful greenery to help accent. Alongside these centerpieces, adorable table numbers were placed, small golden candle holders and classic white candles.
An eye-catching backdrop made up of greenery helped create another level of interest of this beautiful reception.
It’s all in the details with the table number and menu cards. Such lovely touches!
When entering the venue guests were greeted with an adorable guest book! This guest book was no ordinary guest book though. Guests were able to snap a polaroid to place in the book, then write down some sweet words for the bride and groom.
Upon signing in there was a seating chart to show the guests which table they were at. Once the got to their seat there was a small Tennessee shaped wooden place card for them to designate their seat.
Guests also were given a complimentary candle with a simple design including the title and date of the event! Alongside the guest book was an elegant glass box which held cards from family and friends. The bar was equipped with classic greenery and a witty sign saying “She’s whiskey in a teacup!”
To put the icing on the cake for these reception details this gorgeous cake by The Cupcake Collection truly stole the show. This classic three tired cake was embellished with a lush section of florals and gold marbling. We can assure you that it tasted just as wonderful as it looked!
This reception was far from boring and involved so much dancing and laughter! The bridal party was greeted with upbeat song “You Look Good” by Lady Antebellum to set the mood for their grand entrance. Bride and groom then shared their first dance to the sweet song “Swept Away” by the Avett Brothers.
Toasts were had and dinner was eaten followed by the cake cutting. This elegant cake was topped with pinky florals and rimmed with gold.
More dancing was had and Erin shared a special moment dancing with her father and step-father to sentimental songs “I Loved Her First” by Heartland and “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts. Then, Steven and his mother followed up by sharing their dance to the lovely song “Forever Young” By Iron and Wine and Rhiannon Giddens.
The reception then went on with more dancing and good times had by friends and family! There was never a dull moment in sight at this reception and it is safe to say that everyone attending had a blast.
As the reception wrapped up guests made their way outside to form a tunnel for the bride and grooms grand exit! The freshly married couple was showered with white petals and kind words as they made their exit into their getaway car.
We had such an amazing time helping Erin and Steven on their big day and we wish them the best on this new chapter of their life!
Reception Music – Russ Pollard
Ceremony Music – Corwin Trio
Photographer – Madi Flournoy Henderson
Cake – The Cupcake Collection
Bartender – Bar Magnolia
Hair/Makeup – Beauty by K2
Florist – Foxlove and Heather
Rentals – Southern Events
Caterer – Actual Food
Transportation – Sedan on Demand
Wedding Planner – Kellie Eavey of Vision and White Events