Rustic Romance

When dreamy floral arrangements meet a historic Southern estate, you get a timeless event that is both romantic and whimsical.



Photos by Vine & Light Photography

Suggested Venues
Cypress Grove Estate, The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne, The Veranda at Thornton Park, Casa Feliz
Contributors
Planning & Design
Lora Ritzie Wardman
Floral
Bluegrass Chic
Rental Items
A Chair Affair
Hair & Makeup
Victoria Olsen
Cakes
It’s Tasty Too!
Bridal Gown
Calvet Couture
Suit
Absolutely Fitting
Vintage Car
Cole’s Classic Cars






























The exterior of the Peachtree House creates a stunning backdrop for rustic romance. 

































































His tan suit complements the pastel colors of her bouquet, and lanterns lining the grass aisle create a cozy Southern feel. 

































































A mixture of roses, lemon leaf, and eucalyptus combine for a bright and airy bouquet.

































































A mixture of roses, lemon leaf, and eucalyptus combine for a bright and airy bouquet.


Flowers in the bride’s bouquet are mirrored throughout the table centerpieces, and green English pottery adds a playful element to the “well wishes” table.


Her hairpiece of fresh roses is simple yet classic.


His is boutonniere made of greenery.


An oversized wreath decorated with pastel flowers creates a lovely décor piece over the fireplace.


Wooden chairs and greenery bring both rustic and chic components to the table.


Table number “fences” create an easy-going farm table feel, as do the green apple name cards.


Mismatched china—a current trend—gives guests something to talk about.


An antique candelabra adorned with foliage brings a bit of nature to the table,


Different levels create a visually appealing cake table.


A thank you treat is thoughtful and memorable, especially when it includes everyone’s favorite: milk and cookies.


Elements such as a globe symbolize the couple’s passions.


A green ribbon ”necktie” helps incorporate the bride and groom’s furry family member into the occasion. 


An antique car is indicative of vintage glamour.

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