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One of our best pieces of advice for planning the design of your wedding is to work with your venue, not against it–if you try to throw a rustic celebration in a ritzy ballroom, chances are, it’s not going to look quite right. With the help of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Leigh Pearce, Katie and Doug followed this advice to a tee–every detail, color, and even flower at their Adaumont Farm wedding fit their surroundings perfectly. Nothing distracted from the true purpose of the day: Katie and Doug saying their vows and becoming husband and wife. As you can read in their love story that Doug shared below (so sweet, y’all!), these two have approached their entire relationship with prayer and intentionality, and their wedding day was no different!

Thank you so much to Alisandra Photography for sharing this lovely day with us!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. From Doug: We met at Elon University. It was Katie’s first year at Elon, and I had just started working with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at the university. As a campus minister, dating a student was not exactly encouraged, but it was hard not to notice a special woman like Katie. I remember the first time I really “noticed” her–it was at a retreat to the beach the fall of her junior year. She had coordinated the entire weekend for the 150 students in attendance. Once everyone arrived, Katie got up front to welcome folks and set the tone for the weekend. I don’t even remember the specifics of what she shared, but it was tender and heartfelt and so sincere. I remember thinking to myself that she was a really special woman, and began to notice how attractive she is as well. The rest of that weekend, I tried to subtly end up around Katie so I could spend as much time with her as possible. Over the next year and a half, we had many more opportunities to spend time together and develop a friendship. My attraction to her and feelings for her deepened consistently through that period of waiting. It wasn’t until January of her senior year (at this point, she had finished her leadership role in the ministry) that I was finally able to share my feelings with her. Her response was one of complete shock and surprise. After a week of praying and seeking advice from older women, she decided to spend some time going on dates with me to get to know me outside of our staff and student roles. And, as they say, the rest is history.

My mom, my sister, my now mother-in-law, and I spent a day in Raleigh at two different stores. I had pinned a few dresses on Pinterest to give people an idea of what I liked. At the first place, I tried on four dresses and loved the fourth one. I decided to go with that one, but we still had another appointment. While I was unsure about going, my mom made the point that we only had one opportunity in my life to go wedding dress shopping, so we decided to go. The woman who helped us at the second store was so nice and let me pick out a dress or two that I thought I would like. Since, in my mind, I already had the dress I wanted, I picked a dress that I thought I would never wear, just for fun. Sure enough, I tried that dress on and my mom cried. I totally fell in love with it!

Tell us about some of the songs you used throughout your wedding and why you chose them. The song I walked down the aisle to was a mix of Trumpet Voluntary and “Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles. Doug liked the classical-style music more than I did, so we ended up compromising. We were googling “songs for brides to walk down the aisle to” when this mix came up, and we loved it! We had a guitar and violin play at our ceremony, and we asked them to do something along those lines. It turned out great!

During the ceremony, a huge rain cloud was slowly making its way toward us. As we finished the ceremony, the cloud was practically sitting on top of us! Doug and I were rushed out of the ceremony so we didn’t get rained on, and since the ceremony site was a bit of a walk from the reception site, people starting running to get away from the rain that came in as a torrential downpour. All Doug and I could do was laugh from the safety of our car as we watched all of our wedding guests run away. Fortunately, everyone had a great attitude about it and it got everyone’s energy up for the reception!

What made you choose your ceremony and reception venues? Did they have any special significance to you? We chose our venue mainly based on location. We wanted it to be near where we lived, because that was where the bulk of the people coming to the wedding were coming from. We researched a few other places that allowed us to do the ceremony and the reception in the same place, and we were really blown away by the beauty of Adaumont Farms. Plus, the people there were so friendly!

My bouquet was a mix of peonies, garden roses, lisianthus, ranunculus, veronica, eucalyptus, and amaranthus, just to name a few! We went with a hand-tied look that felt natural but lush. The dinner tables showcased three different stories: low, lush compotes filled with florals and greens; towering urns overflowing with the same mix of florals and greens; and planted runners of greens, blooms, and over a hundred pillar candles.

Describe your wedding cake or dessert. We had our friend Liz Marrota from Elizabeth Ann Pastry make our wedding cakes, and decided to go with three different cakes. The one we cut was pumpkin cake with cream cheese frosting, which was styled as a naked cake. The other two were chocolate with buttercream filling and lemon with raspberry filling. They were all so amazing!

Tell us all about the proposal! From Doug: As I started thinking about the ideal proposal for Katie, I knew that what would mean most to her is for her friends and family to be involved. I had a conversation with Katie’s parents in mid-December to ask for their blessing (which they gladly gave!) and talk with them about my plans. I was able to arrange for Katie’s parents, her sister, and three of her best friends to all be a part of the night, along with my parents, too. The day finally arrived, and I suggested to Katie that we go out for a nice dinner. We both dressed up a bit, then as we were about to walk out the door, I told Katie that I had a little surprise for her and handed her the first clue to a scavenger hunt. The eight locations we visited were all significant places in our relationship, and then we arrived at Elon’s campus for the final three clues. It was here that I left Katie to wait for her at the final spot. But Katie wasn’t alone for long–she found her college friends waiting for her! Finally, Katie arrived to the final location, Irazu Coffee Shop. It was where we used to meet each week while she was a student leader in InterVarsity. I had the room decorated with about 60 luminaries, and was waiting for her with a single red rose. She had already cried more than a few tears that evening, but there was really no holding them back at that moment. I dropped down on one knee, told Katie how much I loved her, and asked her to marry me. She said yes! We had about 15 minutes for just the two of us to savor the moment, then I surprised Katie with our families and her friends, all joining us in Irazu. We took a bunch of pictures and Katie showed off her ring. It was such a sweet moment.
When did y’all get married? June 20, 2015
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 200
Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? We went with the traditional vows. We thought there was something deeply meaningful and poetic about using vows that have been used for centuries.
Did you have something borrowed, blue, old, and new? If so, do tell! My something borrowed was a silver bracelet of my grandmother’s that my mom often wears. For my something blue, I wore a sapphire ring of my mom’s, because sapphire is my birthstone. I tied lace from my mom’s and grandmother’s wedding dresses around my bouquet for my something old. And for my something new, I bought plain white canvas TOMS shoes and painted them with verses that were meaningful to me.
How did you plan for your marriage while planning your wedding? Because we were really fortunate to have a wedding planner, Leigh Pearce, we got to spend more time preparing for our marriage! We met with the pastor who married us multiple times for premarital counseling, and we also had a chance to read several books on marriage like The Meaning of Marriage by Tim Keller, The Mystery of Marriage by Mike Mason, and Intimate Allies by Allender and Longman.
What was one way you saved money or cut costs at your wedding? We were really concerned about bridesmaids and groomsmen spending a lot on the wedding, so specifically for the bridesmaids, my family and I offered to pay for a portion of the bridesmaid dresses as a gift.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Our advice would be to have a talk right after you get engaged about what is important to you both during your engagement time, as well as for your wedding. Remember that you have limited time and resources. Hold each other accountable in pursuing the vision that you have for your time of engagement and your wedding, and don’t get caught up in things that are not the most important to you.
What’s next for you as a couple? What memories are you looking forward to making together? Doug and I recently began working together with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Elon University, where we met. Through InterVarsity, we mentor college students and connect them to a fun, vibrant community, where they form deep friendships and grow in their faith. While we both have different skills in our jobs, we are really looking forward to working together as a team and learning how we complement each other.

Photographer: Ali Williamson / Videographer and DJ: K2 Productions / Planning and Event Design: Leigh Pearce Weddings / Venue: Adaumont Farm / Florist: Just Priceless / Cake Baker: Elizabeth Ann Pastry / Caterer: Painted Plate / Rentals: Party Reflections, Partymakers, La Tavola / Lighting: Kenneth Eller / Ceremony Music: Rob Massengale Entertainment / DJ: Mario of DJ Complex NC / Vintage Car: Fantasy Limo / Bridal Salon: Traditions By Anna / Hair and Makeup: Carla White / Bride’s Shoes: TOMS / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: David’s Bridal / Menswear: J. Crew / Invitations: Smitten on Paper / Day-of Paper: Confetti Grey / Welcome Box Cookies: Details Cake Design

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lisa Written with love by Lisa
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  1. avatar Maureen reply

    I love the shoes! Such a sweet touch. :)

  2. avatar Ashton Dreyer reply

    The dessert table is fabulous!

  3. avatar Dana reply

    love the flowers in her hair! so pretty!

  4. avatar Leigh Pearce reply

    What an amazing couple! Thanks SW for sharing K+D’s big day :)

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BDK and I chose very traditional vows when we got married–like many couples, we loved the history of saying those powerful words that so many generations have said before us. Vows are such an intimate aspect of any wedding, so I love when our couples share a little bit more about the ones they said with us. Lauren and Justin grew up together–meeting in sixth grade and becoming a couple in tenth. With such a vast history, I was so curious to know what they might have said to each other during their ceremony. Y’all, it’s even sweeter than I could have imagined! Together with their pastor, they customized vows that were perfect for them. Lauren vowed her “deepest love and unselfish devotion” and Justin promised his “protection and Godly leadership.” Swoon! Their favorite wedding detail makes these vows even more romantic: the arbor that they tied the knot under was built by Justin and his father. It will someday be kept in their backyard, so they can tell their future children the story of their wedding!

Big hugs to Kati Mallory for sharing this beautiful day with us!

Did you have something borrowed, blue, old, and new? If so, do tell! Yes! Each of these items is so special to me. My something old was a diamond bracelet that my grandmother gave me. It was so beautiful and perfect for the occasion. For my something new, I picked out the perfect pair of Chinese Laundry shoes–they’re heels, but are thick enough that they worked in the grass for our outdoor ceremony. For my something borrowed, Justin’s godmother lent me a handkerchief that every woman in her family has carried when they were married. The handkerchief has each bride’s name stitched on it along with their groom’s name, their wedding date, and the location of the wedding. It was really special to see our names added to it. For my something blue, I wore my blue sapphire Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority pin inside my dress.

When I started looking for my dress, I really had no idea what I wanted. I browsed online to look for ideas, but knew that I was going to be indecisive. It was important to me to have my bridesmaids, sister, and mom there to help me. The day was filled with all kinds of beautiful gowns. I came to a conclusion that I wanted a sweetheart gown, but wasn’t yet sold on a particular dress. It was important to me not to settle, even if that meant leaving empty-handed. I went back two weeks later with my mom, grandma, and aunt. After trying on a few dresses, I came across one I had seen the last time, but hadn’t tried on. It had a low back that added more flair, and I kept wanting to put it back on! We added the long cathedral veil and I was sold. I loved the lace detail and lightness of the dress. I knew that I would feel beautiful in it on my wedding day.

Did you decide to do a first look? Why or why not? We did decide to do a first look. I had gone back and forth on it, but after talking to other brides and our photographer, Justin and I decided it would be the best thing for us. Not only did it help the day go smoother, it also allowed us a few moments alone before the wedding. It made the first time we saw each other more intimate and we shared our excitement with laughter, tears, and prayers.

Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? We chose not to write our own vows, but instead, chose to say scripture-based vows that our pastor wrote specifically for us. They were related to each of us and laid out what we wanted our marriage to look like. We each began our vows by saying that we joyfully received each other as God’s perfect gift to us. I vowed my deepest love and unselfish devotion and to always be Justin’s helper, and Justin vowed his protection and Godly leadership. While our pastor was the one who wrote the vows, they were very personal and specific to our marriage.

My favorite wedding detail would have to be the arbor that Justin and his dad built. We were married underneath it at the edge of the lake and it was absolutely beautiful. We draped it with garlands of flowers that coordinated to the bouquets and it tied the whole look together. It was perfect and we can’t wait to put it in our backyard and someday tell our children the story of our wedding.

What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? By having the wedding on a farm, saying our vows by a lake, and transforming a working barn into the site of our reception, we gave the whole day a Southern feel. We tied in elegant accents with tall, dramatic centerpieces, white tablecloths, and chandeliers.

My wedding flowers were one of the more important details of my wedding day to me. I wanted a romantic, organic, whimsical look for my bouquets and arrangements. My wedding planner and florist took my vision and turned it into a reality. When I couldn’t describe what I wanted, they knew exactly (if not better) what I was picturing! We chose lots of greenery mixed with pops of pink and peach, and ended up with ranunculus, peonies, and David Austin garden roses, and added in silver dollar eucalyptus and other greenery.

Our wedding cake was a traditional white wedding cake with white icing. It was a simple three-tiered cake, and I asked the florist to add a few clusters of flowers to it that coordinated with the centerpieces. It was exactly what I wanted and it was delicious! I added a gold “Mr. & Mrs. Eldridge” cake topper that we will be able to use for years to come! The groom’s cake was a chocolate cake with chocolate icing. I made the platform out of a piece of wood with a natural bark edge. To make it stand out, I added greenery around the base and accented it with deer antlers. There was also a surprise later on in the night–every year for Justin’s birthday, I make him his favorite dessert, Funfetti cupcakes. His birthday was two days after our wedding, so I surprised him with cupcakes, and our entire reception paused to sing Happy Birthday as he blew out the candles!

Tell us about some of the songs you used throughout your wedding and why you chose them. After the ceremony was over, we walked back up the aisle to “You Make My Dreams” by Hall & Oates. We chose it because it’s so fun and made walking back up the aisle as husband and wife a blast. It is also a song we’ve been known to sing and dance around to–we even made a music video to it during our freshman year of college. Justin’s mom found it and played it at our rehearsal dinner, so that really tied it all together! Our first dance was to “You Are The Best Thing” by Ray LaMontagne. It’s a fun and upbeat song, and we chose it because we could picture ourselves dancing to it we are old and gray!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. Justin and I met in 6th grade at a church camp and instantly became friends. We went to different schools, so we would only see each other from time to time at youth group and church on Sundays. In 9th grade, our friends started becoming more mutual and we began spending more time together. Justin asked me to be his girlfriend in 10th grade and we’ve been together ever since. It really has been such a blessing and so fun to grow up together!
Tell us all about the proposal! The proposal was a complete surprise to me! While on vacation in Cozumel, Mexico, Justin and a couple of his friends went for a walk on the beach–I later found out that they had really gone to scope out a location for Justin to propose. They had walked down the beach to a private house, knocked on the door, and asked the group staying there if it would be okay for our friends to hide on their balcony and watch the proposal. They said yes and even volunteered to film and take pictures! Later that day, when Justin was ready to propose, his friends suggested that all of us go on another walk down the beach. As our friends started walking away, Justin said that he needed to go the bathroom first, and my friends told me to stay behind with him and then catch up. I was kind of concerned that my friends were okay with leaving me alone on a beach in Mexico, but luckily, I just went with it! When Justin came back, we started walking down the beach and talking about our future and how lucky we had been to grow up together. This was a normal conversation for us, so I didn’t think anything of it. We kept walking and I had no idea what was happening until Justin was down on one knee! He proposed, I immediately said yes, and he picked me and spun me around as our friends cheered from the stranger’s balcony! I was so surprised, and really have no idea how they pulled it off without me finding out. My friends know me way too well–when we started getting ready that morning, they even knew that if they dressed cute, then I would too! After the proposal, we all celebrated by going snorkeling, and Justin and I finished the day with a private dinner as our waiters sang “Happy Engagement to You!” It was the perfect day and we were so happy to share it with our closest friends!
When did y’all get married? April 25, 2015
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 300+
What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? We chose two Bible verses that really expressed what marriage meant to us and the commitment we were making: Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 and Matthew 19:4-6.
How did you plan for your marriage while planning your wedding? It was really important to us to be intentional and plan for our marriage during the excitement of planning for our wedding. During the engaged chapter of our lives, we attended weekly premarital counseling and read several marriage books together. We also loved hearing insight from other married couples and learning about a marriage centered around God.
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? The first most memorable moment was our first look. I remember the exact look on Justin’s face when he turned around and saw me in my dress–we were both struggling to fight back tears! The second moment would have to be immediately after the ceremony. We chose to take a little time by ourselves while our guests were at our cocktail hour, so we went upstairs to the loft area of the barn, where a meal had been prepared for us. We ate, practiced our dance moves, and watched our guests from the balcony while we took in the moment! It was special to have time together and reflect on the vows that we had just made.
What’s next for you as a couple? What memories are you looking forward to making together? We just moved into our house and are working on getting it fixed up. In the next year, we hope to travel, enjoy life and each other, and raise our puppy dog!

Photographer: Kati Mallory / Videographer: Betwixt Magnolias / Planner: Anne-Claire Allen / Venue: Hidden Valley Farm / Florist: Tipton & Hurst / Cake Baker: Patti Cakes / Caterer: Simply the Best / Rentals: Confetti’s Party Rentals / Lighting and DJ: Central Arkansas Entertainment / Paper Products: Hobart’s Printing / Bride’s Gown: Casablanca / Hair Stylist: Kristen Spann of Red Beauty Bar / Makeup Artist: Lauren Benet / Bride’s Shoes: Chinese Laundry / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Allure / Menswear: Paul Morrell Formalwear

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  1. avatar Kati Mallory reply

    Thanks so much for sharing this wonderful day with your readers! So, so good!

  2. avatar Dana reply

    the confetti!!! I love it!

  3. avatar Rachel Nordgren reply

    Oh, I have a soft spot in my heart for arbors! Hans built one for us to use as an altar on our wedding day as well. We love seeing it every day in the backyard! It’s a great way to incorporate bits of the wedding into married life :)

  4. avatar Judy Denio reply

    What a wonderful story-gift Lauren and Justin will be able to share as they move through a life filled with God at the forefront. I was a guest at the wedding and am so glad to learn about their journey that led them to an evening filled with family, friends, things they both love and a shower of blessings to their life together. Lauren’s God-Mother, Judy Denio

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  7. avatar Sandra | Wedding Handkerchiefs reply

    Love your entire article, especially the part of the wedding hanky. I love creating custom wedding handkerchiefs.

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After a serendipitous meeting on a cruise ship, Jeni and Adam knew there was something special between them. So special, in fact, that just three weeks after their vacations, Jeni flew to Oklahoma to see Adam, and they began a long-distance relationship. Over the next year, Jeni and Adam not only fell in love with each other, Jeni also fell in love with Oklahoma, so when given the opportunity, she decided to take a chance on what she and Adam had by moving cross country. A few years later, charming country details, a rustic venue, and plenty of hospitality gave Jeni’s family a lovely introduction to the Southern state Jeni and Adam had made their home, and the celebration couldn’t have been sweeter!

Thank you so much to our Blue Ribbon Vendor, Amanda Watson, for sharing this lovely wedding with us!

My mom flew out to Oklahoma City from San Diego to go dress shopping with me. We went to three different boutiques and had a great experience at each of them, complete with champagne and oversized mirrors, but by the end of the day, I become somewhat discouraged because no one dress seemed to be perfect for me. After I tried on the last dress that I had picked out, my stylist, Christina, said she had one more that may fit my desires. I wasn’t too impressed when I saw it on the hanger, but when I came out of the dressing room, we all knew it was the ONE!

What made you choose your ceremony and reception venues? Did they have any special significance to you? I wanted to give my family (who is mainly from California) the perfect Oklahoma experience. We wanted a venue that was country, but also clean and romantic. We searched for weeks and visited so many, but when we pulled up to the Tatanka Ranch, we knew it was perfect. My whole family was able to stay on the ranch for the entire weekend, which made it feel like a family reunion. It was in a perfect central location in Oklahoma too, so none of our local guests had to drive more than an hour.

Our entire wedding had a rustic, country theme that highlighted the natural beauty of Oklahoma. The field we got married in, the boots we all wore, the oversized barn doors draped in white fabric, the homestyle food we served, the horses all around us…all of it made for the perfect Southern wedding.

What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Enjoy every minute, because no matter how long your engagement seems, time goes by so quickly. Also, spoil your bridesmaids and your parents–they deserve it.

Don’t miss Jeni + Adam’s wedding highlights by Glorious Day Films!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. In May 2011, my mom and I took off for the California coast for a “girls trip” to Cabo San Lucas and Puerta Vallarta. Along with his parents and older brother, Adam also set out on a trip to visit Los Angeles and Hollywood. After seeing the sights of Southern California, we boarded the same Carnival cruise ship. We were introduced to one another on the cruise ship deck (the seas of Mexico are quite romantic!). We spent the rest of the trip together, and started making plans to see each other afterwards–I was finishing school in Tucson, Arizona, and Adam in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Three weeks later, I took my first trip to Oklahoma, and after a year of long distance, I moved to central Oklahoma to pursue graduate school and love.
Tell us all about the proposal! We made plans to attend our first OKC Redhawks game of the season together. The day of the game, we walked around Downtown OKC Bricktown and had lunch at a local taco shop. With sunny skies above, we finished lunch and made our way to the Redhawks stadium across the street, but first, we stopped at the fountain to take a photo. After asking my brother, Jake, to take the picture, we posed and Jake counted to three. On three, Adam dropped to one knee and asked for my hand in marriage. Jake caught the whole experience on video.
When did y’all get married? May 17, 2014
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 140
Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? We did do a first look because we wanted to maximize our time together on our special day. We don’t like hearing that first looks are “untraditional” because that time together really did ease our nerves out before the ceremony, and even more so, it gave us the most romantic time between the two of us, where our photographer captured some of our favorite photos. We were never rushed for time, we were able to enjoy each other all dressed up, and we were able to savor every minute.
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 were honest with vendors about our budget from day one. Every single one of them worked with us and found a package that fit our budget and needs. We were very blessed in that regard.
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? Growing closer to God, together. We are so excited about everything that comes along with being married and spending forever with one another–growing our family, setting and achieving goals, serving our communities, traveling, and making memories.

Photographer: Amanda Watson Photography / Videographer: Glorious Day Films / Venue, Catering, and Lighting: The Tatanka Ranch / Florist: Emerson Events / Cake Baker: Rosebeary Design / Rentals: Marianne’s Rentals / Music: Xcell Productions / Paper Products: Unhinged Designs / Makeup Artist: Regina Rodriguez / Bride’s Shoes: Old Gringo Boots / Men’s Attire: Perry Ellis

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  2. avatar Loverly reply

    Love the green truck! It adds such a great vintage element!

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