This Louisiana wedding is so stinkin’ cute it hurts! I love all the handmade details, especially the way they tied the silverware with teeny-tiny flowers and twine. Captured beautifully by Three Nails Photography, it’s country, it’s vintage, and it’s all sorts of sassy. And it’s all here in the gallery for us to devour, lucky us!

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From the moment we got engaged, Jared knew that this was going to be an exciting but exhausting project. He gave me full control to plan and perfect the wedding of my dreams. He only had one request–that we get married outside. I happily obliged since that fit into my rustic fantasy wonderfully! I was completely inspired by the venue, Dixie Gin. I came across it in a magazine and instantly knew that this was our place. It had the country feel I had wanted but with an added vintage touch that made it so welcoming.

When our day finally came, it was absolutely everything I had hoped for. The unpredictable Louisiana weather turned out perfectly for our field ceremony and outdoor reception. The Dixie Gin looked amazing. The lighting, décor, and the beautiful chandelier made my budget friendly wedding look so extravagant!  Our caterer went above and beyond adding simple touches to everything from the cake tables to the food display. It looked fantastic and tasted even better! However, my favorite moment was by far dancing with my friends and family. Our D.J. kept the party going and our feet moving all night. Even Jared, who doesn’t dance, was all over the dance floor! It was an amazing day with amazing people that we will never forget.

Photography: Three Nails Photography / Venue: Dixie Gin / Caterer: Charles Ashley Event Productions / Florist: Keepsake Korner / Wedding Dress: Azarue’s / Cakes: Priscilla McGee / Tuxes: Men’s Warehouse