Bride Abby knew exactly how she wanted her vintage-inspired outdoor wedding to look…and she pulled it off brilliantly! She selected white Aster Dahlias, white mums, yellow craspedia, baby’s breath, cotton, rosemary and yellow yarrow to decorate her ceremony and reception sites at Fair Weather Farms in Monroe, Georgia. The rosemary was used in the boutonnieres to honor groom Jeremy who is a professional chef. Her floral choices created a perfect antique look.
An assortment of containers was used as centerpieces for the reception including milk glass, water pitchers and even an antique flour sifter. Many of the items were borrowed from Abby’s grandmother’s home in Ohio, giving the décor a personal touch.
The ceremony site was decorated with galvanized containers holding baby’s breath. They surrounded the base of a huge oak tree and lined the aisles. Together they gave the appearance of clouds as Abby walked down the aisle towards Jeremy.
Guests gathered near the pond for the cocktail reception with croquet, corn hole and specialty drinks. They then made their way into the barn to enjoy the couple’s perfect vintage-inspired party.
Abby and Jeremy thought of every single detail and Bloomin’ Bouquets was proud to play a tiny part of it.
Photos by Hilde Marie Photography