There is a huge grin on my face this morning thanks to this spring-inspired soiree by Lauren F. Liddell Photography. It just makes me want to find the gorgeous Mississippi field where this wedding took place and twirl around Sound of Music style. The sweet details, gorgeous flowers and vintage vases are divine, and may I just say I L.O.V.E that the bride rocked her spectacles on her big day. So fabulous. So although I won’t be twirling in Mississippi anytime soon, I will be spending my day twirling in this lovely post and its full gallery of images, and I highly advise you do the same…
From the Bride…My inspiration for the day was nature and springtime, I wanted the wedding to have a happy relaxed feel. My favorite part of the day is a tie, I loved the ceremony, being surrounded by those closest to us and having them witness us dedicate our lives to each other was so special, but I also loved riding away with Drew on the golf cart because it felt like the start of a big adventure. My advice for brides: There are a million beautiful options out there as far as dresses, venues, decorations, etc. Try to always let your decisions reflect who you are as a couple. Also keep in mind that you will not be able to please everyone, no matter how hard you try.
Flower colors were yellow, creme, and white and included bitty balls, ranunculus, and monte casino to provide a “wildflower” theme. Seated tables at the reception were covered with burlap. Centerpieces were bubble bowls filled with a wildflowers in fold up twig stands. The menu for the reception included macaroni and cheese served in ramekins, cornbread muffins with black-eyed pea salsa, baby BLT’s, baby barbeque sandwiches, baby banana puddings in small glass containers, crawfish souffle with toasted bread rounds, watermelon slices with the rind on, and water with lemon, sweet tea, and yellow lemonade served in mason jars. Tree stumps were used on the banana pudding table and the wedding cake table. A moss covered column was the centerpiece on the main food table
My mom and I collected bottles for the grouping on the mantel and Wendy provided the yellow, creme, and white flowers. Mason jars tied with twine to the white wedding chairs were filled with yellow, creme, and white flowers and used for pew markers. We tied bottles to the rafters on either side of the fireplace mantel and Wendy provided flowers for those.
Catering + Florals: Fresh Cut Catering and Floral by Wendy Putt / Bouquets + Corsages: Lori Berry / Wedding Cakes: Cakes and Candles / Venue: Providence Hill Farms / Wedding Photography: Lauren F. Liddell Photography