Here is another long post. So get ready for it.
The Gordon Lee Mansion in Chickamauga Georgia. All ready for the bride. I made magnolia garland for the rail upstairs, and a wreath to match. All for free, from my mothers back yard!!
The car that drove her to the aisle and took her and her new Mr. away after.
The wreath and garland
We borrowed some ferns from my mother in law and my mom had a few. It was gorgeous and simple. Then we moved them to the reception afterwards.
The bride and grooms "love seat" complete with my toile pillows.
The mos letters I made for the back of their love seat
The programs that matched the wedding invitations. My mom, me and my sister made them
All the dresses lined up and ready to go
Another detail of the aisle
We had 2 ferns on shepherds hooks in the back of the aisle
The guest sign in table, under a tree. My new lantern and another arrangement from my mothers back yard in a mason jar that I got from my husbands grandmother who cans beans every summer.
My mother (the Mother of the Bride) flowers
Flower girl basket. An old egg basket
The brides flowers
Father of the bride getting his bow tie fixed
The Groomsmen wore seersucker ties. the groom wore a seersucker bow tie
The magnolia wreath I made on the front door of the mansion
Blazer on the rocking chair
Hanky from my sister. I gave this to my mom on my wedding day that has my date and "Mother of the Bride". My sister did the same and put her date.
Earrings the Bridesmaids wore. They matched the bows on the dresses
The dresses the bridesmaids wore from JCrew.
Old window with the moss wreath I made hanging above the cake table
Getting dressed. Details
The Bride and her Bridesmaids
The married couple
Yummy summertime fruit so beautifully displayed
The cake and the brides flowers
We did 2 galvanized tins with sticks and cloths pins to display the family wedding pictures. This one is the brides
This is the grooms side
The programs on the toile table runners that my mom made.
Behind the Bride and Groom. Lanterns with a sign "and they lived happily ever after" and a flower petal W
Doesn't get more southern then this
We made the signs and Greek cookies for favors
We also had glow sticks! How fun!
The Bridesmaids flowers
Lanterns with a burlap runner on the family picture table
The centerpieces (made by the florist there)
We brought our own tables to make for a more cozy feel and put lanterns on them
Gotta love the sign! People breaking it down!
"Something blue"- her toes
The cake-love it
Leaving... gotta have sparklers!
Hope you enjoyed, I took a ton of pictures but wanted to share a small bit and some of the details. It was the perfect day. Wonderful weather and all!