I find a new reason to fall head over heels for The Peach State every.single.day – and today’s fabulous reason just so happens to be the prettiest DIY affair I have ever seen. The breathtaking Barn at High Point Farms setting and sweet, meaningful details are what wedding dreams are made of… and the adorable bride and groom? Seriously. Stunning. John Shim Photography snapped up every last joy-filled moment and, believe me when I tell you, you’re in for a glorious day of L.O.V.E. Click here for more.
From John Shim Photography… It’s hard to put into so many words the day that defined the marriage of Clayton and Ashley. Located in the scenic Chattanooga Valley, the Barn at High Point Farms provided the beautiful backdrop for this joyous day. It was fun spending the day with Ashley and Clay following them around as they prepared for their meticulously planned wedding. All the decorations were handmade and flowers hand arranged by a friend. The ceremony was outside on the most perfect spring day of the year. Guests were greeted by goats and the smell of hay. The small number of guests made this an intimate affair of close friends and family. Food with contemporary southern flair was served in the evening by Events with Taste. Their beautiful spread of braised pork shoulder, cornish game hen, roasted potatoes, and collard green risotto made the delicious meal an ideal way to fuel up before the dancing began. The evening was spent dancing the night away to the bluegrass tunes of Bluebilly Grit and enjoying a bonfire on the cool spring night. It was an honor to be a part of their wedding day and one that I won’t forget.
Wedding Photography: John Shim Photography / Wedding Venue: The Barn at High Point Farms in Flintstone, Georgia / Floral Design: Rebecca Shelt (A Friend of the Bride) / Decor: DIY / Catering: Events with Taste / Wedding Cake: Couture Cakes & Confections / Band: Bluebilly Grit / Wedding Dress: Vintage via Etsy / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: ModCloth / Flower Girls’ Dresses: DIY