Meghan & Kevin

Meghan and Kevin were married in a gorgeous, traditional Southern wedding on June 6th at All Saints Episcopal Church. If I had to say there was a theme to their wedding, it was flowers. There were LOTS of beautiful, lush flowers everywhere, so we are going to be focusing on the flowers in this post.

I love that Meghan chose a pretty, neutral color palette- whites, creams, champagne and a hint of light pink. The bridesmaids dresses were adorable. I heart the bows on the shoulders.

And don't the groomsmen look so dapper?

What a cool picture of a peek of the ceremony through the sanctuary doors.

The reception took place at Capital City Club Brookhaven. The newlyweds took a few photos alone before joining their guests.

The flowers at the reception were absolutely stunning!

And we can't forget about the cakes! Meghan's textural cake is so pretty.

Kevin's cake might be one of the best Groom's cakes I have seen! It encompassed all of his favorite things- the University of Georgia Bulldogs, his Westminster high school colors {the dog's scarf} and golf. So fun!

{Can you believe this is a cake!?}

Steal this idea! Meghan and Kevin had their guests throw lavender along with rose petals for their grand exit. It smells so good and looks kind of like snow falling!

Congratulations Meghan and Kevin! It was a pleasure to work with you-- I hope that you are all settled in North Carolina and that Meghan's residency is going well! Thank you Christine Gallagher for these pretty pics.

1 comment:

Leslie - Wedding Noise said...

By far my favorite photo from this wedding was the one through the keyhole of the church. Probably the most creative shot I've ever seen of a couple saying their vows. Thanks for sharing this.
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Leslie Jenkins
"Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads which sew people together through the years. That is what makes a marriage last"