When you’re a lover of wine and the great outdoors, it makes total sense to get married in a vineyard. And that’s exactly what this adorable couple did. Every detail from the cute as can be flower girl’s floral head wreath to the simple mercury glass centerpieces was captured perfectly by Amy Arrington Photography. And lucky for us, there’s an entire gallery just full of images to inspire! Click here for more!
From the Bride… As soon as Bryan and I saw Wolf Mountain Vineyard, we knew that this was the venue that we wanted to get married at. Beyond being wine enthusiasts, Bryan and I have a deep passion for the outdoors … especially mountains. Bryan has lived in the North Georgia mountains his whole life, and we have enjoyed many hiking trips together. I am thrilled to say that our wedding day was perfect. I was expecting some flaws along the way because of all the horror stories I have heard from other weddings. Lindsey and Linda from Wolf Mountain were terrific making sure that the day went according to plan and that our whole family was looked after. We got married on May 5, and the weather was absolutely beautiful. It was also the night of the super-moon, so our guests got an amazing view from the back patio. Bryan and I are more than pleased with the vendors that we chose for our wedding, and if we were to do it all over again, we wouldn’t change a thing.
Wedding Photography: Amy Arrington Photography / Wedding Venue: Wolf Mountain Vineyards in Dahlonega, Georgia / Floral Design: The Flower Post / Officiant: Durwood Snead / Wedding Cake: Frosted Pumpkin / Wedding Invitations: Paper Affair / Harp: Lisa Handman / Wedding Dress: Alfred Angelo / Bride’s Shoes: Nina / Hair: Alisa Lawson / Makeup: Lindsey Bryant Carter / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: David’s Bridal / Groomsmen’s Tuxedos: Men’s Wearhouse