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Out of everything that is magical about the South, we believe that the feelings of hospitality, graciousness, and belonging are what captivate people the most. We adore biscuits, sweet tea, and groom’s cakes, there’s no denying that, but even without a single one of those things, a wedding can be characteristically Southern simply by the way people feel as soon as they walk through the venue doors. Andrea summed it up perfectly when she described her and Erick’s Nashville wedding: “We had people from all over the world, most of whom did not know one another. We ate, drank, danced, celebrated, and felt like family for one night. I’m so thankful that the South I know is filled with a spirit of sharing life stories and experiences, mutual acceptance of differences, blended families of relatives and friends, dancing, delicious food, and fun.”

We’re so glad that Kristin Sweeting shared Andrea and Erick’s meaningful day with us!

Tell us about finding your wedding dress. My younger sister went with me to the White Room on a Saturday, without an appointment. We looked through every rack and on the last one, I found the dress. I instantly knew it was the one I wanted, and begged the lady there to let me have a dressing room for a very brief try-on, but everything was booked. Serendipitously, someone called and canceled their appointment at that exact time. I got to try on the dress and fell in love, but the neckline went down to my belly button and I’m a little more modest. I bought it anyway, along with some extra fabric to fill in the neckline. When the dress came in, it came without the fabric. The White Room assured me we could get it in time, so I waited. Luckily, they have the best seamstress in the world, Tu Holman–she only had three weeks to take the dress in several inches, hem the bottom, replace beads, and create a new neckline. Five days before the wedding, my mom and I went to pick up the dress, and she had done beautiful work, but it just wasn’t what I had envisioned. My sister and best friend went back with me three days later and we stayed past midnight at the seamstress’ house until we had the top right. I’m so thankful for Tu and her insistence that we get the dress right, no matter how long it took, because on my wedding day, it was perfect and I loved wearing it.

There was an amazing Southern spirit at our wedding. We had people from all over the world, most of whom did not know one another. We ate, drank, danced, celebrated, and felt like family for one night. I’m so thankful that the South I know is filled with a spirit of sharing life stories and experiences, mutual acceptance of differences, blended families of relatives and friends, dancing, delicious food, and fun.

What made you choose your ceremony and reception venues? Did they have any special significance to you? It was the only place we could agree on! I liked all the small, rustic, restaurant venues, and Erick liked all the big, industrial venues. We walked away from touring Sambuca and both said, “We could get married there.” It was perfect and we love that we can go back there for dinner every year on our anniversary.

When I was in Rwanda, I worked for Monique Lasdosz (Nanny, as we all call her) at the organization Widow’s Might. She started a craft workshop, along with several other business startups, for the widows and orphans of the 1994 genocide. We employed the craftspeople to make place card holders, drink stirrers, and our cake topper. Along with Nanny’s presence at our wedding, these details were extremely special because of the significance of our meeting and our heart for Africa.

We had a two-layer Italian cream cake with raspberry filling, ivory fondant, and gold art deco accents. The topper was intertwining giraffes made my artists at a craft workshop in Rwanda.

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. Erick is Rwandan, and ten years ago, I spent a summer working in Rwanda. The woman I worked for, Monique (Nanny) was good friends with Erick. She introduced us (with Erick’s girlfriend sitting next to him) and we had an instant connection. Lucky for me, the girlfriend was on her way out, so Erick and I hung out for the rest of my stay, but knew it wasn’t likely we could make a relationship work. We kept in touch and literally chased each other around the world. I started traveling around the world with the intent to go back to Africa, and Erick moved to the States. I returned from my trip six months later, and Erick’s job moved him to Guiana. A few years later, he moved back to the US and came to Nashville (where my boyfriend was sitting next to me). A few years and a breakup after that, we decided we had to make a relationship work. We did two years long distance between Nashville and Boston before Erick made the move South. We were soon engaged in October 2013 and married on October 18, 2014.
Tell us all about the proposal! Erick and I had been talking about getting engaged all summer. However, in September, my older sister got engaged, which was a welcome surprise to the whole family. Their engagement made our plans a little less immediate in every one else’s eyes. One day in October, Erick suggested “we spend the whole day together.” I had my suspicions, so I got dressed and planned a fun day. We went to Arrington Vineyards, shared wine, had wonderful conversation, and left without getting engaged. As we were leaving, Erick asked if I wanted to go out to eat. I was a little let down and neither of us was very hungry, so we decided to just go home and watch a movie. Once we were home, I hurried into my pajamas, made popcorn, and settled onto the couch. That’s when Erick walked over, got down on one knee, and asked me to marry him. It was private, without makeup or fancy clothes, in our home, and it was perfect. Then we proceeded to call my parents with the surprise of wedding number two scheduled for 2014!
When did y’all get married? October 18, 2014
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 40 for the ceremony and dinner, 80 for the reception
If you are comfortable responding, what range did your wedding budget fall into? $25,000-$50,000
What was one way you saved money or cut costs at your wedding? We had beautiful elements all around, but we kept it reigned in and as simple as possible. Also, we knew we wanted a small and intimate ceremony, but to celebrate with all our friends, so we had only 40 people at the ceremony and dinner, and then had a great dessert and dancing reception with all our friends afterwards.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Focus on your relationship and marriage, and let the professionals handle the details. It was so much fun being a guest at my own wedding. I had zero stress because I had zero control, but I knew the people in charge wanted the best for us and I was paying them to do a great job without my help.
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? We plan to keep our day-to-day very much the same–working, playing with our dog, cooking dinner, hiking, reading, and being best friends. We look forward to working on our house and yard, visiting Rwanda, growing our friendships, and welcoming children whenever that happens.

Photographer: Kristin Sweeting / Planner: Kristin Kaplan of Stunning Events / Venue and Catering: Sambuca / Florist: Brocade Designs / Wedding Cake: Nashville Sweets / Rentals: Visual Elements / Lighting: Nashville Audio Visual / Ceremony Musician: Eric Knutsen / Reception Music: Cosmo Creations / Special Details: Rwandan craft workshop / Bride’s Gown: “Gianna” by Maggie Sottero / Alterations: Tu Holman / Bride’s Hair Accessories: “Art Deco Bridal Headband” by Veiled Beauty / Hair and Makeup: Debbie Dover / Bride’s Shoes: “Angela” by Coloriffics / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: “041893600,” “04241040,” and “041885760” in Navy by Adrianna Papell

lisa Written with love by Lisa
  1. avatar Hillary @ Brocade reply

    We were so delighted to share in Andrea and Erick’s celebration with the Event Design, Floral, and Paper Goods design. Thank you so much for the feature!

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    Love the glittering bridesmaids dresses and nice photography too!

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We talk often about our mission, including the importance of marriage and sweet Southern culture, and I must say, Julie and Will truly get it! Julie said her best advice for the newly-engaged is “to focus on your marriage more than your wedding!” Amen, sister! These two planned a day that was beautiful from the inside out. They wanted their guests to have the best time, and to see their love throughout the entire weekend. Southern hospitality doesn’t always have to come in the form of sweet tea or handwritten notes (though those are nice!)–one way Julie exuded Southern hospitality was by giving her maid of honor a special bouquet filled with peonies, since they were out of season during her own wedding. What a sweet gesture!

Thanks to our friend Pasha Belman for sharing this wedding day with us!

Tell us all about the proposal! Will popped the question with a surprise like no other. I, under the impression I was going home to Kentucky to spend the weekend with one of my best friends and attend a concert, flew to Kentucky from Atlanta. When I arrived, my friend took me to Lexington for the concert to meet her “friend” that had the tickets. Taking a shortcut through Lexington’s Triangle Park, I saw Will with a big smile on his face by the beautiful fountains, and I instantly knew. Will proposed, with a secret photographer capturing the moment, and I said “yes!” Will then took me back to his parent’s house for more surprises–an engagement party with some of our closest friends and family!

The flowers were one of my favorite things about our wedding! We chose a romantic, yet whimsical, theme for our flowers with lots of whites, creams, and hints of blush. Garlands flowed alongside an abundance of brass candlesticks on the dinner tables to provide the intimate, romantic look we were going for. A special bouquet was made for the matron of honor, who loves peonies, but wasn’t able to include them in her bouquet when she got married because they weren’t in season.

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? We decided to do a first look and I’m so glad we did! The day went by so quickly, so it was so nice to “steal” a moment for just the two of us! I also did a first look with my dad right before my first look with Will, and that was really neat and special too! I have such a wonderful relationship with my dad, and it was great to share a few special moments with him on that very special day!

We knew we wanted a smaller, more intimate wedding, and knew we wanted something that really represented our personalities. We wanted our guests to not only have the best time ever, but also to see pieces of us and our love all throughout the day and the entire weekend. We wanted it to exude Southern charm with a fun Kentucky twist, including a bluegrass band, a Lowcountry boil, and even bourbon barrels! Will is the biggest fan of golfing you’ll ever meet, so our venue included a beautiful plantation home on a golf course in South Carolina–it was absolutely perfect. We also really wanted to make things easy for our guests by having everything in one location, and Pine Lakes Country Club allowed us to have the ceremony, cocktail hour, dinner, and dancing all in one perfect place!

Tell us about some of the songs you used throughout your wedding and why you chose them. To honor Will’s grandfather, who had a bluegrass band in Kentucky before he passed away, we had a bluegrass band, The Blue Plantation Band, play before, during, and after our ceremony during the cocktail hour. We had them play some of our favorites, as well as some of Will’s grandfather’s favorites. They were even able to play a beautiful rendition of Canon in D as I walked down the aisle.

We had lots of great Southern details at our wedding. Dinner was a Lowcountry boil, and cocktail hour included pimento cheese, shrimp, and country ham biscuits. We did a two-step (after I changed into a short dress) for our first dance, and Will wore his grandfather’s cowboy boots! Our “guest book” was the top of a bourbon barrel that guests signed. The bluegrass band and cigar bar provided a lot of Southern charm as well!

Our favorite detail of the wedding was: We loved our location! Having everything (the ceremony, cocktail hour, and evening activities) in one location allowed us to spend a lot of time with our guests and soak up every moment–every laugh, smile, dance, and hug! We were overwhelmed by the joy of having all of the people we love the most in the world in one place to celebrate this wonderful exciting new chapter and journey!

What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? It’s really hard to choose one moment because every moment was absolutely perfect! But, our two-step first dance in our cowboy boots, with guests singing and clapping along to Randy Travis’ “If I Didn’t Have You,” was the absolute best!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. We met at the University of Kentucky and we were acquaintances all through school. After undergrad, Will went on to law school at the University of Alabama, and I stayed in Lexington. After losing touch somewhat, Will asked me to meet for drinks while he was home from law school one spring break. We quickly realized that we felt something more than friendship, so we decided to try long distance while Will finished his last two years of law school. After two and a half years of driving back and forth, we decided to move to Atlanta after Will’s graduation.
When did y’all get married? May 17, 2014
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 135
Tell us about finding your wedding dress. I was by myself when I found my dress at LaRaine’s Bridal in Atlanta, and instantly knew it was the one. I felt guilty for finding it without any of my friends or family there, but I hadn’t expected to find it so quickly! I called my mom and told her that I found it, and she told me to get it right away. She came down two weeks later with my sister, my future mother-in-law, and some of my closest friends, and they confirmed that it was, indeed, “the dress!”
What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? We had two very special readings: a compilation of Thomas Merton readings (which my friend created), and Ephesians 3:16-21.
Describe your wedding cake or dessert. Our wedding cake was a simple, classic cake design, half of which was almond marzipan and half of which was chocolate raspberry. The cake topper was a family heirloom–the same topper used in my grandparents’ and parents’ weddings.
What was one way you saved money or cut costs at your wedding? We did a lot of the decor ourselves–my parents made the neat wooden direction signs, we found all of the brass candle sticks at thrift stores, my mom made the flower girl crowns, and my mother-in-law made the ring pillow out of my grandmother’s wedding dress!
What is the one detail or vendor that you were so happy to have as a part of your wedding? Our photographer, Pasha Belman, was really where all of our wedding planning began! After a quick search of photographers in South Carolina, I knew I wanted him, and his photos led me to our venue, and our venue led us to our awesome wedding planner! All of the other details followed from there.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? My advice would be to focus on your marriage more than your wedding! It’s really easy to lose sight of what the wedding is all about, but the moment you do, you lose sight of everything. We really enjoyed our marriage counseling, and throughout the entire wedding planning process, we tried to keep things into perspective and remember what the celebration was all about.
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? We now live together in Atlanta, Georgia and are loving life as newlyweds. What I’m looking forward to most is just doing life with him every day forever! We are so grateful to have each other as partners in this crazy, beautiful adventure!

Photographer: Pasha Belman Photography / Planner: Sara McCall / Venue and Catering: Pine Lakes Country Club / Florist: Blossom Events / Cake Baker: Croissants Bistro and Bakery / Rentals: Event Works / Lighting: Global Truth Entertainment / DJ: DJ Scott / Band: The Blue Plantation Band / Photo Booth: ShutterBooth / Paper Products: The Blu Sash / Bride’s Gown: Paloma Blanca / Bridal Salon: LaRaine’s Bridal / Hair Stylist: Perfect Reflections / Makeup Artist: Angela at Perfect Reflections / Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Jenny Yoo / Bridesmaid Dress Salon: Twirl / Men’s Ties and Pocket Squares: The Tie Bar / Transportation: Carolina Transportation and Limousine

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  1. avatar Lisa reply

    LOVE this wedding! Julie and Will seem so sweet, and their venue is to die for–the perfect combination of Southern charm and European elegance!

  2. avatar Rebecca Kaneiwa reply

    What a pleasure it was for us to get to know Julie and Will, we wish you a bright and prosperous future together! Pine Lakes Country Club is proud to provide a backdrop for such lovely memories.

  3. avatar Sandra | Simply Peachy reply

    This is such a beautiful wedding! Love all the floral details and the whiskey and red wine sign is adorable!

  4. avatar Lauren Massey reply

    I was wondering if there is anyway to ask where the bride bought her earrings? They are perfect!

  5. avatar Brady reply

    My beautiful girlfriend and I are in the process of narrowing down the perfect design for her engagement ring. She came across the ring in this post and instantly fell in love with it. I was hoping you would be able to point me in the right direction for where I can find this ring to learn a bit more about it. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    let me check with the bride and I will get back with you about the ring.

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  9. avatar Jessica reply

    I was just wondering if I could find out where your engagement ring is from? Its beautiful!

  10. avatar Bobbi reply

    Did anyone ever find out about the engagement ring? It is stunning….thanks for any help!

  11. avatar Sadie reply

    Where is the ring from? I’ve been trying to find one just like it but I can’t find the store where it’s from.

  12. avatar M reply

    Would definitely love to know where this ring came from? Anyone?
    It’s stunning

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I have very unfortunately not been to Charleston yet, but weddings like these that strike such a lovely balance between preppy, coastal, elegant, and feminine have me wanting to plan a road trip ASAP. Cameron and Evan have grace and style for days, and the details they chose for their wedding–from Cameron’s gently cascading orchid bouquet to the groom and groomsmen’s white dinner jackets–reflect that perfectly. They also happen to have one of the most fun modes of exit transportation I can think of, and a wonderful attitude when things didn’t go quite right (see their most memorable moment). They were married, and that was the important thing!

Thank you so much to Virgil for sharing Cameron and Evan’s beautiful wedding with us!

In the fall of 2009, I picked up my life in Washington DC and took a leap of faith by moving to Montgomery, Alabama to work on a political campaign. I remembered a friend from college, Jason, was living in Montgomery, so I called and let him know I was moving. He introduced me to his then-girlfriend and now wife, Alice, and she and I quickly became best friends. Right before Christmas that year, Alice, Jason and I went out in Montgomery and ran into Evan, who was a good friend of Alice’s from high school. Alice always says the rest was history because once she introduced us, it was like she wasn’t even there! We hit it off that night and Evan asked me out on a date the following week. We have been inseparable ever since.

Cameron’s bridesmaids sure were lucky gals–Lilly Pulitzer cocktail dresses and monogrammed bouquet wraps? That’s a style any Southern bridesmaid is sure to love wearing!

Describe your wedding flowers. Our florist, Harriet Gilmore, is so talented and made my dream of an orchid bouquet a reality. One of my favorite parts of our wedding was the bouquet she created for me! My bridesmaids carried bouquets of roses and hydrangeas.

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? I felt strongly about Evan seeing me in my wedding dress for the first time when the doors of the church opened up and I walked down the aisle, so we did not do a first look. We had a close encounter by the church right before the ceremony, but luckily, our wedding party was helpful in making sure we didn’t accidentally see each other. The only person that saw my wedding dress before the day of our wedding was my mom. It was fun to see everyone’s reaction!
What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? 1 Corinthians 13:4-13 and Colossians 3:12-17

Did you have something borrowed, blue, old, and new? If so, do tell! I borrowed a pearl bracelet from my Aunt Fran and I wore my dad’s sapphire pinky ring on my right hand as my old and blue item. The pearl earrings Evan gave to me as a gift on our wedding day and my hot pink bedazzled Kate Spade shoes were my something new.

Our wedding planner, Harriet, had a vision for the wedding decor and flowers and made sure everything came together perfectly. Also, hiring Virgil as our photographer was the best decision I made throughout the wedding planning process. He was perfect and made me feel so comfortable. I couldn’t be happier with our pictures.

Describe your wedding cake or dessert. We had a traditional tiered pound cake with buttercream, decorated with hydrangeas to fill the spaces between the layers.
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: The food! One of our favorite restaurants in Charlotte, NC is called Cowfish, so “sushi/burger fusion” was our inspiration. We had sliders, fresh seafood, and sushi with pink nori wrappers, since pink was one of our wedding colors. We also incorporated traditional Southern foods like low country egg rolls, mini tomato pies and sweet potato biscuits with fried chicken as a late night passing. As a nod to Evan and all our friends that traveled from Alabama, we served a popular drink from the Alabama coast called a Bushwhacker with Auburn flags in them. Evan is a huge Auburn fan.

What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? I wanted our wedding to be traditional, but fun. Part of that for me was not seeing each other from Friday night until the ceremony. Evan stayed at our house with my brother the night before our wedding and I stayed at the Wentworth Mansion nearby, which was special to us because it was the building where my Grandfather’s company was for years before it was renovated to become a hotel. We left the reception on a sailboat, which I thought that was very romantic and unique! To me, being Southern is a state of mind, so I’d like to think all aspects of our wedding were Southern!

Tell us all about the proposal! After a fun-filled week of celebrating friends’ birthdays, we planned to cook dinner in on a Thursday night. Evan acted totally normal that day and nothing seemed off. I went to the gym late that afternoon, and when I got to Evan’s house, he was standing at the front door waiting for me. When I walked in, Evan got down on one knee, said he wanted to spend the rest of his life with me, and proposed. I, of course, said “yes!” and noticed Evan had flowers and champagne in the dining room. We sipped champagne and called our parents and a few friends before going to dinner at our favorite local restaurant, which was where we went on our first date.
When did y’all get married? August 18, 2012
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 175
Tell us about finding your wedding dress. Before Evan and I got engaged, we were already planning to go home to Charleston with my parents during the first weekend of February. Thankfully, Evan timed the proposal well, so my mom and I quickly began wedding planning that weekend. I went to a few bridal boutiques in Charleston and found two dresses that I loved. I knew I wanted something fun and different, and I loved the girls at Maddison Row, so by the end of the day, I knew the dress I had chosen there was the one.
Tell us about some of the songs you used throughout your wedding and why you chose them. I walked down the aisle to “Prince of Denmark’s March” by Clarke and Evan and I walked back up the aisle to “Rondeau” by Mouret. I loved the music played during our ceremony because the organist at the French Huguenot church, George, is so wonderful! Our first dance song was to “Stand by Me” by Otis Redding. The first dance song was never anything we gave a ton of thought to. We picked a song and decided to wing it!
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? Planning long distance was difficult, especially because of our short engagement. Also, I was pretty indecisive at times. There were things I felt strongly about that I made sure were exactly how I wanted them to be and there were lots of things I didn’t feel strongly about. I was very trusting of my vendors and it worked out well!
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? I have so many! I loved getting ready with my bridesmaids the day of the wedding. We listed to fun oldies music, danced and drank champagne. I would say one of the most special moments of the day for me was walking down the stairs in my dress to see my dad for the first time. Most of our friends and family say the most memorable moment of our wedding was one of the groomsmen getting on stage with the band singing “Funky Cold Medina.” Lastly, one of our favorite funny moments was after the sailboat docked and dropped us off at the Ashley Marina. We were standing in the parking lot of a gas station trying to flag a cab for about 45 minutes because our rickshaw ride didn’t show up. Evan and I couldn’t stop laughing.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? I would say decide on a few things that are important to you as a bride and make them your own. And don’t let the process of planning a wedding get in the way of your overall happiness! I let the stress of the planning get to me at times and its not worth it!
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? Evan started practicing law right after we got back from our honeymoon. We bought our first home together in December, so I have been busy decorating! As cliche as it sounds, I am just looking forward to spending the rest of my life with my best friend! Every day with Evan is an adventure. Whether its a road trip or a cooking dinner, it’s always fun.

Photographer: Virgil Bunao | Videographer: Josh Ambrite | Planner and Florist: Harriet Gilmore | Ceremony Venue: The French Huguenot Church | Reception Venue and Caterer: Carolina Yacht Club | Rentals: Snyder | Band: NTranze | Bride’s Gown: Legends by Ramona Kevesa | Hair Stylist: Beth at Allure Salon | Makeup Artist: Joanna Robbs | Bride’s Shoes: Kate Spade and Jimmy Choo | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Lilly Pulitzer | Men’s Attire: Berlin’s

lisa Written with love by Lisa
  1. avatar Joyce reply

    I love the orchid bouquet. So white airy and bridal.

  2. avatar Barbara reply

    Would you be able to tell me where you found your bouquet wraps? They are lovely as is your entire wedding.

  3. avatar Sally reply

    Beautiful images Virgil! I could not love that dress more.

  4. avatar Caitlyn | The Aerialist Press reply

    LOVE the Lilly bridesmaids dresses! So perfect.

  5. avatar Dana reply

    the wedding party looks awesome; love those lilly dresses!

  6. avatar Gretel reply

    Love the Lilly dresses and monogrammed bouquets. Where did you get both please?!

  7. avatar Marisa reply

    YAY – I recognized the French Huguenot Church immediately! Several of my ancestors are on those plaques on the walls. We go there when we are in Charleston every summer. It’s a lovely wedding venue. Also, I LOVE those Lilly Pulitzer bridesmaid dresses…have to drop a hint to my sister :)

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