Sarah and Quincy had a stunning color story for their beautiful June wedding. With all of the bright blooms and the amazing DIY touches, their wedding at Long Hollow Gardens was one you’ll want to follow along for!
Sarah used her love for color throughout the smallest of details, right down to her adorable wedding shoes. They tied in her love for plants and went so well with her bohemian-detailed style dress. Peep below for some getting ready fun!
Sarah’s stunning bouquet popped against the contrast of her gown, with the bright pops of pink, purple, and orange, and the rich greenery this bouquet was a show stopper.
Sarah looked absolutely perfect in her sweetheart neckline gown with her matching lace sleeve detail. Her turquoise earnings added the pop of color back when she wasn’t holding her bouquet, stunning!
Quincy looked so handsome in his dark royal blue suit. His boutonnière worked with the complementary colors of orange and yellow to tie together their flowers throughout the day!
Bride and Groom Photos
Sarah and Quincy’s photos together are breath taking. The scenery complemented their lovely summer vibe.
With all of these stunning photos, the sunlight plus the backdrop and the couple equal perfection and you can’t beat it!
The love these two have for each other shines through these photos just like the beautiful summer sunshine!
Along with her bright blooms, the long stems on Sarah’s bouquet were a fun touch to her boho, garden wedding. Her dress fit her perfectly with a detailed train adding the perfect touch of drama.
A stunning couple! We are drooling over all of these bride and groom shots.
Wedding Party Photos
The color story carried throughout Sarah and Quincy’s wedding party with everyone wearing something different while all coordinating perfectly.
The girls in all different colors and having some in different prints that pulled them all together. The guys were all in different blue suits, everyone looked amazing!
The bright colors of the dresses went wonderfully for a fun vibrant summer wedding. A great idea for all of your bridesmaids to feel comfortable in their own dresses!
Wedding Ceremony Details
Entering into the ceremony space, guests were greeted with an adorable wood sign. When heading over to the entry table, guests could place their cards in a vintage mailbox and take a Polaroid picture for the guestbook!
Each of the seats had program fans so the guests could keep cool while in the June heat. Pretty aisle markers with greenery that hung down and popped against the dark wood in the pretty Allee.
The altar was a beautiful arch that was covered in greenery with asymmetrical pops of flowers.
Wedding Ceremony Highlights
Sarah’s father, Steve walked her down the aisle to her happily awaiting groom. Sarah’s maid of honor and Quincy’s best man stood by them during the ceremony.
Reading their vows to each was such a sweet moment. Their unity candle ceremony showed their dedication and love for each other.
A kiss to make it official! Sarah and Quincy are officially married with fist pumps to prove!
Wedding Reception Details
The reception was set with handmade table runners, vintage candelabras, orange tinted goblets, a terracotta napkin, and a fun boho inspired salad plate with their pretty menu card.
With cocktail hour winding down, guests found their place cards on a skeleton key. All of the vintage touches were so cute!
A turquoise cake for your boho dreams! The intricate details of the flowers on the cake were stunning and the real flowers throughout were such a fun contrast of color.
The grooms cake was an amazing bright colorful cake with the phrase, “Have fun, ok?” Great little nod to the party for the reception.
Wedding Ceremony Highlights
Their grand entrance as a newly married couple was to “Marry You” by Bruno Mars. To dive into dinner being served, mother of the bride, Patti gave a blessing.
With the toasts wrapped up, Sarah and Quincy went into their first dance as husband and wife to “Conversations in the Dark” by John Legend.
With the couples first dance as husband and wife finished, Sarah and her father shared their father daughter dance to “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts. Quincy danced with his mother to “What the World Needs Now” by Jackie DeShannon.
Time to cut into the gorgeous cake and dance the night away!
A grand exit with colorful streamers to close out the amazing night! A fabulous way to incorporate their bright colors even at the end of the night!
Thank you to Sarah and Quincy for choosing us to help them along on their special day. We wish them the best and many years to come!
Venue – Long Hollow Gardens
Cake – East Leigh Desserts
Florist – Vision in White Events
Photographer – The Reason Photography
Ice Cream Machine – Music City Margarita
Ceremony Music – Mockingbird Musicians
Reception Music – Warfield
Hair/Makeup – The Agency of Beauty
Officiant – Kelly Bowman
Rentals – Liberty Party Rental
Photobooth – High Tone Entertainment
Caterer/Bartender – South Fork Catering
Transportation – Grayline of TN
Wedding Planner – Vision in White Events