Hannah and Joseph had an exceptionally beautiful fall wedding in early November, with a perfect mix of rich fall colors.
The decor, centerpieces, and linens were chosen in harmony with the colors of fall in the mountains and featured creams, golds, rusts, maroon elements filled with luscious greenery.
The bride's sister arranged stunning and vibrant flowers for the reception in a variety of glass jars and vases with wood rounds set at different heights - creating these stunning table settings that wowed all the guests.
The bride wore her mother's gorgeous veil, giving a whole new meaning to "something borrowed," and later wore it while dancing to beautiful bluegrass tunes from Through the Hills and enjoying the amazing fall colors.
Guests were served a delicious pulled pork and brisket feast, and treated to homemade pies in lieu of a traditional wedding cake all prepared by Lulu's on Main,
The sweetest touch at this wedding was a piece from the Groom's family farm in south Georgia - a slab of wood cut to serve as the guest book. The bride and groom plan to model it into their fireplace mantel in their future home, so they'll always have an incredible reminder of their special day.
Our congratulations and best wishes to Hannah and Joseph as they begin their new life together!