When Lacy May and John Andrews set their wedding date of April 28, 2012, Lacy gave us 3 words; water, vintage, and fried okra. I knew the spot.....Pisgah Hill. It was the perfect setting. I remember taking them over to see it for the first time. I couldn't help but be nervous! Would she like it? Would she see what I see....the possibilities? But, the second we turned in the driveway and headed toward the pond Lacy made her all familiar noise "ooohhhhhh" and I immediately knew this would be our first wedding on the land!
The nuptials took place in nature's cathedral complete with antique doors that opened for all to gaze upon the ceremony, the sunset, and their reflections in the nearby pond.
In order for guests to get to the reception, we knew many would have to walk around the pond dam. It was important to us for it to be an enjoyment rather than a chore. SO, what'd we do? We got creative with it! We created 10 frames with letters and pictures from friends and family of the couple. While sipping lemonade, guests strolled across the memory adorned trail to the tented reception area.
The reception was “vintage-ly” fabulous; from the antiques, to the lace linens, to the fried okra and cornbread by Red's Little School House.
It's all in the DETAILS!
Happy anniversary to our great friends John and Lacy! We were thrilled at how beautiful it all turned out 1 year ago today. Not only did we come away with beautiful pictures and memories we made some amazing friends! Below is the video clip by The Bearded Man Film Company.
- Photography: Wes Roberts Photography
- Videography: The Bearded Man Film Company
- Rentals: Brendle Rentals
- Design, Floral, Styling: Le Rae Events and Design
- Bride's Cake: Sara Dixon-Chapman
- Catering: Red's Little School House
- Doughnuts: Krispy Kreme (of course)
- MIni Pecan Pies: Made by the bride's grandmother