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Growing up in a small town where you’ve known everyone since childhood may make finding your soulmate a little trickier…unless they come to you! While Madeline and Jordan hit it off as soon as they met, when he was visiting her East Texas hometown for baseball, it wasn’t until a few years later that their relationship really began. Even though they met and got engaged in the town where Madeline grew up, they knew they wanted their wedding to stay on the intimate side, so they opted for a mini destination celebration at the dreamy Creek Haus. 150 loved ones from across Texas joined them as they exchanged the vows they had written together and then celebrated in the barn, surrounded by Madeline’s favorite spring blooms and peaches. The best thing about their day though? How much they soaked it in and enjoyed every second–their expressions when Madeline walked down the aisle are proof enough of that!

Thank you so much to Jenna McElroy for sharing this sweet day with us!

Both of my parents, my sister, and our close family friend went with me to choose a dress. I had a distinct style in mind: something flowy with tulle and with a little bit of a boho vibe. At the first store, I found two awesome dresses, both just as I had pictured, but for some reason, I just couldn’t commit to either of them. The next store was a total flop, as I only found one dress I even wanted to try on. The next appointment wasn’t for several more hours, so I considered canceling and heading back to the first place to choose a dress. However, we went ahead, and I’m so glad we did, because I found my dream dress there! It was absolutely nothing like what I had said I wanted–it was fitted, had a lot of lace, and there was a peplum skirt! But, to this day, I am still in love with it!

Did you decide to do a first look? Why or why not? We did not do a first look. I did not have strong feelings either way, but did kind of want to do one originally. However, Jordan was against it from the beginning. He said “That’s just not the way it’s supposed to be! I want to wait.” Since he had hardly any other opinions or requirements for the wedding, I went with him on this one. I’m so glad I did! It was so special for him to see me as I walked down the aisle, because that is what HE had dreamed of. The entire time I was walking down the aisle, all I could think about was how excited I was to finally show him the only secret I had ever kept from him: my dress!

Surprisingly, I think the most memorable moments were the twenty minutes before the ceremony. I spent those moments looking out the window at all of our guests arriving and finding seats at the ceremony site. I could see Jordan outside, talking with friends and family. One by one, my closest friends, cousins, and aunts came inside to give me a quick hug before the ceremony. I had my parents, my sister, and my best friends in the room with me, and I could see my hero, Jordan, outside along with the most beloved people in our lives who had driven across the state to celebrate this moment with us. It was just the most peaceful, surreal moment of my life.

Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? We did write our own vows. We came up with one set, then we each recited them. I had two favorite phrases. The first was “I joyfully accept all that you are, and I will always celebrate the treasure I have in you.” The next was “I vow to follow you as we seek God’s guidance and wholeheartedly submit to his call for our lives.” To me, these two lines sum up what I pray our marriage will be.
What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? We stood in front of a backdrop that had Psalm 103:1-2 written on it, which says “Let all that I am praise the Lord. With my whole heart I will praise His holy name. Let all that I am praise the Lord, may I never forget the good things He does for me.” Our pastor read these verses and discussed their significance.

Describe your wedding flowers. INCREDIBLE. They included all of the light and whimsical colors of our wedding–blush, peach, lavender, and plum. They were wild. They were simple. They included fresh lavender and rosemary and greenery. Oh, and LOTS of peaches! Some tables had greenery going down the middle with peaches placed throughout. Others had a small and short (and wild!) arrangement in the middle, with more peaches. We had a small bundle of lavender placed at every place setting, just to further give that natural and organic vibe that I love!

I had a “naked” cake. I told our baker I wanted it to look messy, and she did it perfectly!! It was a vanilla cake with fresh strawberries in the filling. Our florist topped it with freshly sliced peaches, lavender, and rosemary. A small bowl of sliced peaches sat beside it. My husband played football at LSU, and his cake was so fun. It was a football field with a 3-D LSU helmet on top. One end zone said LSU, and one said A&M!

Our favorite detail of the wedding was: I think my favorite small detail was all of the peaches. I had no idea how to make it work, I just knew I wanted herbs and peaches…and my florist blew me away! To me, the peaches represented what I have always loved: natural beauty. I also loved other small details that made the wedding a celebration of who we are and our stories: my husband’s LSU jersey displayed, my bridal pictures displayed that were taken in my parent’s front yard and at my aunt’s home, the pictures of my dogs and me, the English bulldog statue (yes, we adore our Bully), our baby pictures hanging on the doors of the restrooms, the puzzle pieces on the back of our chairs that read “perfect match” (I love all things quirky)…all elements that weren’t expensive or fancy. They just told our story.

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. I first met Jordan during the last few weeks of my senior year of high school. He was a freshman in college playing baseball at the junior college in my small hometown in East Texas. We met through some guys I had grown up with, who also played baseball on this team. Jordan is from Houston, so it was a big deal to meet a boy I had not known my entire life! We hit it off from the beginning and hung out many times over the course of the next month. However, the end of the semester came and Jordan moved back home. The next fall, I started my college career at Texas A&M and Jordan transferred to play football at LSU. I thought I would never see him again, but despite the fact that we had no mutual friends or common ground, we always seemed to keep in touch. Every few months, I would hear from Jordan through a random text or Facebook message. Two and a half years passed, and then Jordan called me to say he was going to be visiting College Station with some friends and he would love to meet up. I was so excited, yet totally nervous about hanging out with this guy I barely knew!! I went for it, and the rest is history. Not a day has passed since that weekend that I have not been absolutely infatuated with him. I knew when I watched him walk away after that weekend that I could never go another day of my life without him.
Tell us all about the proposal! Jordan and I were visiting my parents in East Texas, the most special place on earth to me. It was a Saturday night, and my parents and I had plans to attend the wedding of a family friend. Jordan was not really invited to the wedding, and my sister had plans with friends from high school, so I was not the least bit thrown off that neither of them was attending with us. Towards the end of the speeches during the reception, my parents started saying they were ready to head home. It was an afternoon wedding, so it was still early, and I was not ready to leave! Nonetheless, we headed out, and on our way home, my dad said he needed to run by our church and grab something for the Bible study he was leading the next day. I thought this was totally normal, as my dad has a key to our church and is constantly running by there. As we pulled up, I looked up and saw my sister standing outside the front door of the church. At that moment, I knew, and it was the most surprised I have ever been in my life! I walked in the front doors to see our extremely close friend who is like a sister standing there holding my and Jordan’s baby English bulldog puppy that we had just adopted a few months before. They led me to the doors of our worship center, where I walked in to see Jordan standing at the front of the room by the most incredible and romantic display of candles and flowers I have ever seen. I totally ruined the photo op by sprinting towards him and into his arms. We danced to our song, and then he asked me to be his wife. It was so special that he chose this room where so many incredible moments of my life had occurred. We shared a few moments with family and then headed to my parents’ house, where all of my closest friends were waiting for us. It was so special!
When did y’all get married? May 29, 2016
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 150
How did you plan for your marriage while planning your wedding? We prayed. And then we prayed some more. We asked God to lead us, to prepare us to be husband and wife. We also met with our pastor and his wife, who walked with us through scripture and who talked with us about what it really means to be in a covenant marriage with one another–the good, the bad, and the ugly. We left no stone unturned, and it was often difficult to have conversations about in-laws, past heartache, and personal struggles. However, it made us realize that our marriage is worth fighting for, and that there is nothing we wanted more in life than to spend our lives devoted to one another as we follow Jesus Christ.
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? I am from a small town in East Texas. It’s the kind of town where everyone knows everybody. I absolutely LOVE it. However, I knew that I wanted a more intimate affair with only our closet friends and family. We decided to take our wedding to the Texas Hill Country as a mini destination wedding. It was difficult to have those conversations with people whom I love, but did not include as guests. Typically, East Texas weddings top 400-600 guests in a celebration that involves almost the whole town, and this is so neat! I have loved my friends’ weddings like this! However, with Jordan being from Houston and with a lot of thoughtful consideration, we felt strongly that we wanted only the closest of our friends and family to witness such an intimate moment in our lives. It was the only part of wedding planning that was stressful to me; I hated the thought of hurting the feelings of the people from my hometown!
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 used acrylic plates, flatware, and cups, as well as paper napkins (cute ones, of course). I couldn’t even remember this stuff from other weddings I had attended, so I felt it was a great way to cut costs. I also did not make programs for our ceremony. Instead of lots of florals for our ceremony background, I chose to spend only $300 having a banner made, and used it as our only ceremony decor. I felt that God’s creation surrounding us in the Texas Hill Country was the best decor we could have asked for.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Truly, my best piece of advice is just enjoy it. Enjoy this time with your family and your friends. Enjoy preparing for the biggest party of your life, as you will celebrate God’s best gift to you, your husband. Every day, choose JOY. No matter what little things that WILL go wrong, choose to soak up every single moment of your engagement and wedding day. Eventually, the details and the decor will fade in your memory, but you’ll never forget the way you felt.
What’s next for you as a couple? What memories are you looking forward to making together? Jordan is a high school football coach, so next for us is football season and many more football seasons after that! We are most looking forward to the crazy lifestyle his job brings, and seeing how God will use it to grow us and use us to love others through it.

Photographer: Jenna McElroy Photography | Videographer: Adams Film Productions | Planner: Karis Crawford | Venue: The Creek Haus at Vista West Ranch | Florist: Bristol Lane | Wedding Cake: Michelle’s Patisserie | Caterer: Pappas Catering | DJ: The Premier Entertainment Group | Napkins: The Knot | Invitations: Reveleigh and Co. / Seating Display, Reception Signs, and Menus: Paper Mark Creative | Bridal Salon: Blush Bridal Lounge | Bride’s Veil: Kleinfeld Bridal | Hair Stylist: Stacy Squyres of Studio 319 | Makeup Artist: Kalin Hale | Bride’s Shoes: DSW | Maid of Honor’s Dress: “Charlie” in Shell by Plum Pretty Sugar | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Azazie | Groom’s Attire: Calvin Klein | Groomsmen Attire: Jim’s Formal Wear | Ceremony Banner: Wondrous Whimsy | Calligrapher: Lindsey Lee

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  1. avatar Brianna Tucker reply

    My husband and I have been married 5 years but I want one of those Mrs. Ring boxes so bad!

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Let me tell you, friends, it’s a good time to be engaged! Not only are the options and resources for customizing your wedding ever-expanding, but these days, the same holds true for your wedding registry. We’ve covered several registry options over the years, but I have to say, today’s post is one of my favorites, because it’s a company many of the Southern Weddings gals use and love: Wayfair! They’ve just launched their first ever wedding registry, and it’s the perfect solution for stylish Southern belles.

Is your style oh-so-classic? Well, this oh-so-modern registry is just for you! To prove the point, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite elegant and traditional pieces for the bedroom, living room, and kitchen — all perfect to add to your registry!

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1. Lucca duvet cover | 2. Amesbury upholstered bed | 3. Gingham sheet set | 4. Driffield upholstered bedroom bench | 5. Cape May 3 drawer dresser | 6. Stockholm throw blanket | 7. Turkish cotton bath towel set

1. Francoise dining table | 2. Lyla side chair | 3. KitchenAid artisan series stand mixer | 4. Honeycomb pitcher | 5. BoosBlock maple cutting board | 6. Mason jar beverage dispenser | 7. Le Creuset cast iron dutch oven | 8. Calphalon santoku knife

1. Traditional porch swing | 2. Loria tufted arm chair | 3. Navy blue area rug | 4. Hello Sunshine framed print | 5. Blush pineapple | 6. Maison settee loveseat | 7. Caprice side table

The Wayfair Registry offers endless options (more than seven million products!) for every room of the house across all styles and price points. They’ve got beloved brands — Dwell Studio, Le Creuset, Kitchen Aid — as well as registry staples like crisp sheets, santoku knives, and fine china. The Southern essentials are there, too, like porch swings, rocking chairs, and pineapples.

The Wayfair Registry offers free shipping on all orders shipped directly to the couple, white glove delivery for large items, an extended 90-day return policy, and a 10% completion discount on remaining items not purchased (perfect for larger furniture items!). Speaking of larger items – say howdy to Group Gifting! This feature allows multiple guests to contribute toward your biggest wishes, like a new sofa or headboard. Just mark an item as a Group Gift, and your friends and family will be able to pitch in their desired amount. You’ll get the gifts you love at the price they want — win-win!

To celebrate the launch of their Registry, Wayfair is also offering the chance to win $20,000 to put toward their big day! To enter, couples must sign up for Wayfair Registry and add at least $1,000 worth of product to their registry between September 20th, 2016 and November 30th, 2016. No purchase necessary. More information about Wayfair Registry Dream Wedding Sweepstakes can be found here.

This post is brought to you by the Wayfair Registry – thanks for your support of the brands that make Southern Weddings possible!

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  1. avatar Lara reply

    Wow, I love that whole home board! Can I register even though I’ve been married for ten years?? ; )

  2. avatar Jennifer reply

    I LOVE how user friendly the Wayfair registry is and how they provide you with suggestions based on your style and needs. Thank you for making this process easy for my fiance and I to walk through the website and make the selections that we need to make our house a home!

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Some couples are together from the first day they meet, but for Maggie and Kevin, their relationship needed time to bloom…as did they, considering they met when they were just five and six years old! After their families moved apart, Maggie and Kevin spoke sporadically over the years until college, when a bold text message from Maggie gave Kevin the confidence boost he needed to take a chance on his childhood friend. They’ve been together ever since that fateful message; however, since their families were no longer from the same town, they had to make the big decision of where to say “I do.” After creating memories there in college and on their first vacation together, Maggie and Kevin chose to celebrate their marriage in the beautiful city of Charleston. Both families traveled to witness their wedding at The Governor Thomas Bennet House, and many even planned extended vacations after–something Maggie had hoped for when inviting their guests to share the culture and history of a place so special to her and Kevin!

Big SW hugs to Magnolia Photography for sharing such a sweet day with us!

Did you have something borrowed, blue, old, and new? If so, do tell! YES! My somethings borrowed were the stunning diamond earrings and gold and diamond bracelet from my mother-in-law, Mary. She ended up gifting me the bracelet after the wedding! My something old was lace from my mother’s wedding dress, wrapped around my bouquet. My something new was my new monogram inside my wedding dress! I used to have four initials, so it was exciting to finally be able to monogram something. My something blue was the Swarovski crystals that were sewn into the dress around the monogram in little clusters. My mom picked up these crystals at the Swarovski Museum in Austria during a whirlwind tour of Europe we went on together the summer before I started eighth grade. This trip really meant a lot to both my mom and me, so it was a real gift when she thought of incorporating these as my something blue.

I would describe my flowers as very organic, whimsical, romantic, lush, and soft-looking in shades of coral, ivory, and gold, with yellow, orange, and peach accents. All of the arrangements were full of some of my favorite flowers, including ranunculus, poppies, peonies, lily of the valley, sweet pea, garden roses, and tulips. My bouquet included lace from my mother’s wedding dress, and wrapped around the base were my late grandfather’s wedding ring and a ring we found of my late grandmother’s. We had a floral chandelier and a floral garland going up the staircase. We also had a wreath and floral garlands draping the signage and bars. Little posies dressed the cocktail bars and gorgeous centerpieces in mercury glass and hobnail vases adorned the tables.

Did you decide to do a first look? Why or why not? We did not do a first look. Kevin was very opposed to the idea and wanted to stick with tradition and see me for the first time at our ceremony. I was happy with this choice. Since we weren’t getting married at our church, I thought it was nice to stick with this tradition, and I couldn’t wait to see Kevin’s face!

What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? We had different friends and close family members read selections from “From Now We Are Six” by A.A. Milne, “In One Another’s Souls” by Rumi, and “Adam Bede” by George Eliot during the ceremony. Also, a very dear family friend of my parents and a good friend to us married us. It is something that we hold very close to our hearts.

Like any little girl, I had always dreamed of finding my wedding dress and what it would be like. I was scrolling through Instagram one night when I stumbled upon Monique Lhuillier’s (one of my favorite designers) Spring 2016 line. I saw the Ella dress and instantly fell in love! I took a screenshot and sent it to my mom, saying “This is THE dress!” I was very serious! The next day, she called Maddison Row in Charleston, South Carolina, which carried Monique. We asked when the dress would be available, and Lindsey informed us that it wouldn’t be there until October…but, she had an idea! She decided to call Monique Lhuillier’s people to see if she could intercept the dress from photo shoots between LA and Milan. She got the good news that she could, but that she could only have it for a few hours! When I heard this news, I was so excited, and my mom and I planned a trip down to Charleston to try on the model-sized dress. We got to Maddison Row and were able to spend three hours with the dress. I tried it on and instantly fell in love. Even though it wouldn’t zip up all the way, I could envision the dress in my mind perfectly. Just to be sure, I asked Lindsey, “If I had come in as a normal appointment and told you my style, what dresses would you put me in?” She pulled four other dresses, some that I liked and some I hated. Then, I tried on Ella one last time. I started to cry when I saw myself in the mirror–it was romantic, whimsical, and fun all at the same time.

What made you choose your ceremony and reception venues? Did they have any special significance to you? We had our ceremony and reception at the Governor Thomas Bennett House in Charleston. I first saw the house online and made it a must-see on my list of places to go while venue hunting. When I saw it online, it reminded me of a Southern plantation in the middle of the city. Driving up to the house, I was hesitant, but hopeful. After taking one step into the front gate, I gasped. It was gorgeous. The gardens were lush and full of blooming azaleas. There was a huge live oak tree, the planter boxes were bursting with flowers, and ivy covered the bottom piazza. The fountain was flowing and I could instantly envision bistro lights and cornhole in the “secret garden” area. When we went inside, I started to tear up. I was in love and could picture us getting married here! We toured four other venues, but none made my heart skip a beat like the Governor Thomas Bennett House. The next trip to Charleston, we brought Kevin, and he instantly fell in love with the venue as well! Charleston has a very special place in my heart. I was a graphic design intern for Charleston Magazine during the summer between my junior and senior year of college. I used to walk the Battery and ride my bike around South of Broad and dream of having someone that I could share this romantic and beautiful city with. I had a bit of a rough year my junior year in college, so when I moved to Charleston, I really found myself as a person, and since then, the city of Charleston has always had a very special place in my heart. Charleston is also where Kevin and I went on our first vacation together and was always a fun, long weekend getaway destination for us! Our families live all over the country, so anywhere we were getting married, people would have to travel. We wanted to share this special place with the people we loved.

Our favorite detail of the wedding was: The venue, hands down. Our favorite detail of our wedding was being able to share Charleston and the Governor Thomas Bennett House with our family and friends, especially my 83-year-old grandmother from Washington state! The house was truly everything we could have wanted and more! Most of my family comes from the Northwest and most of Kevin’s is from the Northeast. Having everyone cross state lines to come see our favorite place and share in its culture and history is something amazing, and then having them LOVE it was incredible! A lot of folks planned extended vacations after our wedding, which is exactly what I had hoped for.

Describe your wedding cake or dessert. Our wedding cake was a lemon cake with a raspberry filling and Italian buttercream icing. The small desserts by Cru were: Grand Marnier strawberry shortcake with macerated strawberries and vanilla bean whipped cream, mini biscuits served in mini mason jars, layered with dark and milk chocolate mousse with fresh berries, and mini bourbon pecan pies with vanilla bean meringue.

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. Kevin and I first met in 1996 when we were five and six, and both living in Cary, North Carolina (yes, there are pictures!). We were friendly as kids, but by no means were we best friends. Kevin’s family moved to Newtown, Connecticut, but our families kept in touch through the years, and we finally saw each other again when Kevin’s family moved back to North Carolina in 2006. When he came back to visit for the first time that summer, we got together and went to the movies with his older brother. On the ride home, a song by The Fray came on the radio and I turned the channel and said “Oh, that song brings up bad memories.” Kevin remembers thinking to himself in the backseat, “I don’t want her to have any bad memories.” He didn’t tell me this until we started dating. We kept in touch through high school and college. I had heard through the family grapevine that Kevin was back in school at Barton College in Wilson, North Carolina, and when he came back, I tried many times to get together with him. Kevin was a little to nervous to see me and would always have something come up when we had plans to get together. I finally decided enough was enough and texted him, “Kevin, how have we not hung out yet?” We literally haven’t stopped talking to each other or being around each other since that text I sent to him. He always says he was so happy I was forward and took a chance on him.
Tell us all about the proposal! Kevin took me to one of my favorite places to go in North Carolina during the fall, the Biltmore Estate. It was the perfect fall day, and we toured the house and saw some of the new rooms–one of my favorite things to do! I noticed Kev seemed a little distracted, but I didn’t think much of it. We wanted to walk a little, so we went through the gardens, which were gorgeous. I was walking ahead of him when he said “Hey Maggie!” and I turned around to see him standing under a big oak tree. I walked back over and he got down on one knee, struggling to get the ring out of his back pocket, and asked me to marry him! I said “YES, a million times over, yes!” I was so excited and happy that it was intimate and a moment for just the two of us to remember.
When did y’all get married? April, 16 2016
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 130
Tell us about some of the songs you used throughout your wedding and why you chose them. Our first dance was to an acoustic version of “Home” by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, sung live at our wedding. This has been our song ever since we heard it, and it still is! My walking down the aisle song was “Bright” by Echosmith, which always reminds me of our love story when I hear it, and how Kevin can always brighten up my darkest day with his jokes or laugh. Our father/daughter dance was to Billy Joel’s “Lullabye.” I actually didn’t know this, but my dad had this song picked out for years to be our dance song. The mother/son dance was to Paul Simon’s “Loves Me Like a Rock.” This has been Kevin and his mom’s song since Kevin was a little boy. Their dance was incredible and joyous! The song we cut our cake to was “L-O-V-E” by Nat King Cole, which was just a classic song to both of us, as well as one of Kevin’s grandma’s favorites.
How did you plan for your marriage while planning your wedding? We have amazing role models and examples to look to–my parents have been married for 36 years and Kevin’s have been married for 30 years. Whenever we would get off track while planning the wedding, we would turn to these trusting couples for advice.
What is the one detail or vendor that you were so happy to have as a part of your wedding? Ben Keys from Wed on Canvas was the vendor from our wedding that I think separated it from the rest. My mom surprised me by having him there after I saw his work on Instagram. What was really surprising and great about Ben was how in love and surprised all of the guests were with his work. They were able to see him paint us getting married and exchanging our vows through the whole ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception. They were so impressed by this!
What’s next for you as a couple? What memories are you looking forward to making together? In June, we moved to Boston! I am starting a letterpress and design business and we hope to be traveling soon. We look forward to ALL of the memories together: the laughs, the cries, the fights, and the make ups…that’s the best part about marriage!

Photographer: Magnolia Photography | Planner: Winship Productions | Venue: The Governor Thomas Bennett House | Florist: Branch Design Studio | Wedding Cake: Cakes by Kasarda | Caterer and Desserts: Cru Catering | Rentals: Pure Luxe Bride | Ceremony music: Charleston Virtuosi | DJ: Darby Events | Paper Products: Maggie DeMar of Honeysuckle Letterpress & Design Studio | Bride’s Gown: “Ella” by Monique Lhuillier | Bridal Salon: Maddison Row | Bride’s Accessories: Sara Gabriel | Hair Stylist: Reina Lawrence of Sola Salon Studios | Makeup Artist: Rebecca Walsh of Pink Dot Beauty Bar | Bride’s Shoes: Dolce & Gabbana | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: “Annabelle” in Coral Dune by Jenny Yoo | Groom’s Attire: Liles Clothing Studio | Groomsmen Attire: The Black Tux | Escort Card Table: 428 Main | Ribbons: Frou Frou Chic | Hat Box: Trousseau & Co. | Rings: Tacori from Diamonds Direct | Bow Ties: Brackish Bow Ties | Candles: Rewined Candles | Transportation: ACW Limo & Vintage Rolls-Royce | Cornhole Boards: Victory Tailgate | Live painting: Wed on Canvas

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  1. avatar Matt Selby reply

    Awesome styling! The dresses & bouquets look great :)

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