I love when couples not only marry each other but their cultures, styles and favorite things into one ship-shape, spectacular celebration. This “Scottish meets American” Tallahassee wedding by Elizabeth Davis Photography blends two worlds and two personalities into a lovely and unique affair that seamlessly pairs tradition with style. Plus how adorable is that flower girl! Hop, skip and jump over to the full gallery to see the entire wedding!
From Elizabeth of Elizabeth Davis Photography… Peter is a Scotsman and Elisabeth is an American. They met in Scotland, where Elisabeth studied in college. Their wedding was a seamless, unique blending of their two worlds — Traditional Scotland and Southern American Charm. The groom, groomsmen and many wedding guests wore traditional formal Scottish attire. Colors were red, green and blue. Goodwood Museums and Gardens offered a brilliant backdrop for an “old-south” wedding with its southern architecture and giant oak trees, and Catering Capers offered a menu of southern cooking, beginning with an appetizer of fried pickles. Centerpieces were comprised of Lucy & Leo’s flawless, decadent cupcakes; red and white wines; and the couple’s favorite books, which were used to identify and number each table.
Wedding Photography: Elizabeth Davis Photography / Ceremony: St. Paul’s United Methodist Church / Reception: Goodwood Museum and Gardens / Wedding Planning: Ricky Radford of John Gandy Events / Caterer: Catering Capers / Florist: Designs by Darin / Cupcakes: Lucy and Leo’s Cupcakery / Linens: Silver Lining Linens / Live Music: Loco Motives / Salon: Haute Headz / Bagpiper: Joe Ashcraft