I’m loving the soft color palette of this pretty, farm wedding. The flowers, the dresses, the cute-as-can-be gingham bow ties on the adorable aisle attendants, they go together so sweetly! This wedding also has a lot of history as well…the bride chose to rock some pretty fab earrings that were passed down from the 1800’s and the ring bearer pillow was handmade by the groom’s mother from her very own wedding gown. How special! Melissa Schollaert Photography was on hand to capture all the pretty and meaningful details. Click here for even more!
From the bride…On October 2, 2010 I married my best friend in Madison, Georgia at the Farmhouse Inn. It was the perfect day 77 degrees and not a cloud in the sky. The Farmhouse in was a magical place for our storybook wedding. The earrings that I wore were from the 1800s from the grooms side of the family and my pearls were given to me by my grandmother. The ring bearer pillow was made by the grooms mother with her wedding dress and also her mothers wedding gown.
Photography: Melissa Schollaert Photography / Invitations: Miss Pickle Press / Hair and Makeup: Lori Neeley / Gown: Pronovias / Shoes: Gap and Zappos / Groom’s Attire: Jos. A. Bank / Tie: Macy’s / Boys Ties: Me and Matilda / Flower Girl Basket: April Hiler Design / Venue: The Farmhouse Inn / Officiant: Ken Cross / Catering and Design: Epting Events / Florist: Birch Blooms / Ceremony Music: Georgia String Ensemble / Day of Coordination: Ashley Baber Weddings / Cupcakes: Cami Cakes / Cupcake Toppers: Goose Grease / Mr. & Mrs. Sign: Family Attic / Here Comes the Bride Sign: Funki Folk Art / Reception Band: Glow / Transportation: The Lakeside Companies