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Few things tug at my heartstrings quite like a military wedding. The special love and loyalty that Christy and Rob share, which I think is so characteristic of military couples, shines through these pictures! Their vintage-inspired, DIY wedding was a true labor of love, as Christy and Rob collected decor and mismatched china from every corner of the country to use at their barn reception. After vowing to go wherever the Navy may take them, but to always find their way back to one another (so romantic!), they danced the night away to their favorite country songs. Y’all must know that we adore the idea of ending a reception with a family line dance!

Special thanks to Stephanie Fay for sending us this sweet wedding to share!

We met at a Halloween party in Frederick, MD in 2007. We both noticed each other right away and Rob eventually mustered up the courage to talk to me but we left that evening without exchanging numbers. A week later, I mentioned Rob to my best friend Krystal (who threw the party) and told her how handsome Rob was. A few days later, Rob found me on Facebook and for the next five months we talked over the phone and computer while I studied abroad in Italy. One week after returning from Italy, I drove down to Maryland for my best friend’s (as well as Rob’s brother’s) graduation and Rob took me on our first real date. For the next four years, we did long-distance and saw each other every three weeks.

Christy’s style is right up my alley–I love her Plum Pretty Sugar getting-ready robe (in my favorite print, no less!) and her simply elegant gown!

Finding my gown was a lot easier then I thought it would be. While I was on a wedding blog, I completely fell in love with a gown that I saw a bride wearing. Sometimes you don’t even have to try a gown on to know it’s yours. The only hard part was finding the gown to try it on, but once I found it, it fit me exactly how I knew it would. The best part about my gown was that it had pockets!

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? Yes! Doing a first look was probably one of the best things we could have done. We were so excited to see each other and it made the rest of the day so relaxed for us. Getting all the pre-wedding jitters out really made the day a breeze and we were able to enjoy moments together that you normally wouldn’t get to do without having a first look.

Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? Yes, we wrote our own vows. Rob mentioned that he’d love me no matter how many times he had to replace a bumper on the Denali (I “lightly” bumped his SUV into something the week prior while I was in New Jersey and he was in Mississippi). We also vowed to go wherever the Navy may take us and to always find our way back to each other, no matter what life throws our way.

What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? During the ceremony my cousin, Dr. G. Drue Smethers, said some kind words about love, faithfulness, and growing together. He talked about how Rob and I grew closer with them while living nearby in San Diego, CA, our passion for each other, and our adventurous nature that always made us up for something new or spontaneous.

These yellow chairs are one of my favorite details about Christy and Rob’s wedding. They really pop against the wood in the barn!

What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? If you’re a DIY vintage bride like me, start collecting everything early from rummage sales, thrift stores and antique stores. If you’re making a lot of the details yourself, have a plan and write down a project to do each week to keep yourself organized. If you know exactly what you want, go for it; don’t be afraid to be different or unique, even when people around you might think you’re crazy at times! Get to know your vendors really well and make sure you trust them fully. If something doesn’t feel right to you, they probably aren’t a good fit for your wedding. It’s important to choose vendors that you are completely happy with and whose style fits in well with your wedding.

The most memorable moment for us, besides looking at each other while walking down the aisle, was standing in the middle of our reception and seeing all of our friends and family surrounding us. It was the first time everyone was in one spot together and we will never forget it!

Tell us all about the proposal! We were getting ready to go to a Christmas Eve party in NJ three weeks before Rob’s second deployment. Right before we walked out the door, Rob got down on one knee. I was shocked, to say the least, to see Rob holding such a beautiful ring! My response was, “You’re doing this right now?” and then Rob asked, “Will you marry me”? I said YES and gave him a kiss! Rob originally had “a plan” on how he was going to surprise me, but since our life is so crazy and nothing planned is set in stone with the Navy life, it was no surprise the proposal was spontaneous.
When did y’all get married? June 22, 2013
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 110
Describe your wedding flowers. I really wanted the flowers to look organic and chic to add to the vintage feel of our wedding. I wanted to incorporate colors that were soft and pastel. After almost eight months of searching, I came across a bouquet by Floral & Bloom Designs on a fellow photographer’s blog. I immediately fell in love with her work! After I met with the owner, Rachel, I knew I found the perfect florist. We were both on the same page and I basically told her “it’s your show; I want you to have fun with it. Be creative and do your thing.” All of the florals for the wedding were absolutely breathtaking and I couldn’t have been happier. I’m so grateful I found Rachel at Florals & Bloom Designs and I highly recommend her!
Describe your wedding cake or dessert. Instead of having a traditional cake, we wanted a dessert bar that had a mix of different things. We had a mini cake that was made just for Rob and I by Rob’s aunt. The cupcakes and macrons were ordered from Pearl Cupcake in Richmond and were delicious! We also added in some glazed munchkins from Dunkin’ Donuts and my mom made chocolate cookies for us!
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: There were so many favorite details from our wedding, but I think our favorite was the photo booth that Rob and my dad built. All of the guests enjoyed it and it was a lot of fun seeing both of our families taking photos together. To be honest, I think the line for the photo booth was longer then the line for the bar.
Did you have something borrowed, blue, old, and new? If so, do tell! For something borrowed, I wrapped my grandparent’s wedding bands and my grandpa’s dog tags around my bouquet. I borrowed my mother-in-law’s pearl earrings and my garter had blue in it.
What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? I buried a bottle of bourbon upside down exactly one month before our wedding at our venue in the bourbon garden. I believe it helped bring us good luck because the sun was shinning and it was a gorgeous out the entire day. All of our favorite country songs were played. Rob and I were driven to our barn reception in a cameo Rhino—it was awesome! We ended the night with a family line dance called the Tush Push, which is played to “Achy Breaky Heart” from Billy Ray Cyrus. It’s a must-have tradition by the Smethers family at every wedding.
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? The biggest challenge was trying to plan a DIY vintage wedding while living in different states. We literally started collecting the mismatched china plates in Virginia Beach, and bought everything else in Maryland, New Jersey, California, and Mississippi. Another challenge was organizing all the décor and china plates at Rob’s house in Maryland (he was living in Mississippi at the time). The week of the wedding, we had to do about seven trips back and forth from the venue with an SUV and trailer because we had so much stuff. Another challenge that we faced was finding vendors that were a good fit for our wedding and nailing down the details while living in California. Early on, if something didn’t feel right to us, we weren’t afraid to keep searching until we found vendors that we were happy with.
If you are comfortable responding, what range did your wedding budget fall into? $25,000-$50,000
What is the one detail or vendor that you were so happy to have as a part of your wedding? I would say the one vendor that we were really happy to have a part of our wedding day was our photographers, Stephanie and Stephen. They flew all the way from Arizona to capture our special day and there are no words I can express for how grateful we are to have had them there. It’s because of them that we are going to have gorgeous images that will last us a lifetime!
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? Just being married to each other and spending time together, something that we don’t often get to do. With the military, you never know when there’s going to be another deployment or when you’re going to have to move across the country a couple of times in one year (we’ve moved three times in the last 18 months). We want to enjoy every minute that we get with each other! Sometimes it’s the little things that mean the most, like cooking together, watching a movie or just going on long drives.

Photographer: Stephanie Fay | Planner: Bride | Ceremony and Reception Venue: The Silverbrook Farm | Florist: Floral & Bloom Designs | Cupcakes and Macarons: Pearl’s Cupcake Shoppe | Caterer: Mosaic Edibles | Vintage Furniture and Reception Chairs: Something Vintage Rentals | Lighting: Mosaic Edibles | DJ: Mattie Fresh | Bride’s Jewelry: Marolsha Etsy Shop | Bride’s Veil: Jefre Bridals | Bride’s Garter: Rose Bud Lips Etsy Shop | Bride’s Clutch: Juneberry Stiches Etsy Shop | Bride’s Gown: Paloma Blanca, Jefre Bridals | Invitation Design: Paper Dolls Design | Envelopes: Paper Source | Burlap Cases, Tags, Labels, Liners, Vintage Stamps, and Wedding Programs: Handmade by the Bride and Groom | Hair Stylist: Mikyla from The Shop Salon | Makeup Artist: Jodi from Ariel Lewis | Bride’s Shoes: Aldo | Groom’s Attire: Banana Republic | Groom’s Tie: Handsome and Lace Etsy Shop | Groom’s Shoes: Cole Haan | Rentals: DC Rental | Bridesmaids’ Necklaces: JaeCmaie Etsy Shop | Flower Girls’ Dresses: Kate Feist, Mother of Flower Girls | Favors: The Succulent Source Etsy Shop

lisa Written with love by Lisa
  1. avatar Keira reply

    The ties look great Rob!! Of course you guys are the MOST ATTRACTIVE COUPLE EVER!!!


  2. avatar Ken Tan reply

    Love the colours! Beautiful wedding :)

  3. avatar Dana reply

    One of the most beautiful rustic chic weddings ever! I love the color palette!

  4. avatar Resa reply

    Stunning!!! As expected :)

  5. avatar Fred Forbes reply

    Actually, Lisa, Rob did wear his Navy outfit for the ceremony. Check the shot of them during the ceremony where he is wearing his dress whites. Changed for the reception. Great time had by all!

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    Is the dress in natural or cream color?

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Brittany and Ryan met in a (relatively) nontraditional way (!), but their wedding had all the hallmarks of a classic Southern wedding: traditional vows, a lace gown, garden roses, and delicious fare including pork sliders, mac and cheese, and biscuits (yum!). My favorite part of their celebration, though? That would have to be their dessert (glazed donuts and mini peach pie!). The Taylor Grady House was the perfect setting for their spring soiree, and Scobey Photography with Sara Harper captured everything beautifully!

I just love pre-ceremony shots. Can’t you feel the anticipation in the air?

Brittany’s scallop lace-edge veil is gorgeous!

My something blue was a garter that my sister-in-law made. My something old was a piece of my grandmother’s wedding dress that my mom pinned into mine. My something borrowed was a cameo that my husband’s grandmother let me borrow — I pinned it on my bouquet. My something new were undergarments my best friend Cindy bought me!

My wedding flowers were absolutely stunning. There were clusters of soft peaches, pinks, creams, pale grey and mint. It was an explosion of pastel, a variety of textures, depth and romance. I wanted to keep everything very natural. I didn’t want anything overly manicured. The peach David Austin roses were my favorite. I just wanted to bury my face in them, but I didn’t (at least while anyone was watching).

I walked down the aisle to “Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles. This song just makes me happy — it’s like a modern day lullaby. Although I’ve been blessed with such a wonderful life, there have certainly been some rough patches. This song, in its simplicity and heartening melody, is a sign that everything is going to be okay. To me, it represents those little moments of clarity and reassurance, those signs that point ahead. Also, my dad is a huge Beatles fan, so I knew it would be a special moment.

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Ryan and I actually were married twice on April 13. We were married in a small Catholic ceremony in the local Catholic church in the morning. Then, we had our large outdoor ceremony that afternoon. Since we had already seen each other (sans wedding dress) that morning, we decided to wait for the “big reveal” as I walked down the aisle. It was the right decision.
Did you write your own vows? We said traditional vows. There is something so sacred, beautiful and romantic about speaking the same words as MILLIONS who have made this commitment before us.
What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? My bridesmaid, Lauren Cook, read “Love” by Roy Croft. It’s really simple, yet it strikes a chord with me. A little snippet: “I love you not only for what you are, but for what I am when I am with you.”

My new last name is Mason, so that was a theme at our wedding. Drinks were served in mason jars, and we even had a mason jar emblem on our cocktail napkins. During our cocktail hour, we served a peach specialty drink as a nod to Georgia. We also had Southern fare reinvented, including pork sliders, mac ‘n’ cheese and cheese biscuits. Later in the evening, we danced the night away to the Answer Band, a good ole’ fashioned soul band.

These sweet notes to each guest remind me of our Something Old, Something New shoot from V5! What a lovely gesture toward your loved ones!

I love the shot of Brittany + Ryan practicing their first dance juxtaposed with their big moment! Looks like they did a great job :)

Wedding donuts: always a winner in my book.

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. 
We met like many couples meet these days, on I had gone on a quite a few unsuccessful dates and had actually decided not to renew my membership. But five days before my membership ended, Ryan walked into my life. I’ve never looked back.
Tell us all about the proposal! 
Two years prior to meeting Ryan, another man walked into my life and stole my heart. Finley, my wheaten terrier, is such a large part of our lives that Ryan knew he had to be worked into the proposal. On a rainy Tuesday evening, I arrived home to find Finley standing with the apartment door ajar. He led me down a path of “paw prints” with little love notes. As I winded around the apartment, I heard our song playing and was finally led into our dining room where Ryan was waiting on bended knee. There were tears, hugs and maybe even a few excited barks. Finley also sported a dog tag that asked, “Will you marry me?” It was lovely and perfect.
When did y’all get married? 
April 13, 2013
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 
120 people, 1 dog.
Tell us about finding your wedding dress. 
My wedding dress was a lace, fit-n-flare Allure Couture, with a sweetheart neckline, satin ribbon and just a touch of bling on the belt. The dress was romantic and classic, yet the floral rosettes at the bottom added a touch of whimsy and fun.
Describe your wedding cake or dessert. 
We had a variety of cupcakes, mini peach pies and glazed donuts, courtesy of Ike & Jane cafe.
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: 
I loved all the vintage books that I picked up at flea markets over the past year. We had them scattered on the tables and it added such a lovely pop of color.
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? 
Staying within the budget. The end.
What range did your wedding budget fall into? 
What is the one detail or vendor that you were so happy to have as a part of your wedding? 
Sara Johnson, my wedding planner, was phenomenal. I wish she’d help me plan all the major events in my life!
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? 
There were so many little moments that I cherish. My dad is a big golfer, so I gave him an engraved ball marker right before we walked down the aisle. That was a special moment. Also, my mom helping me put my veil on and watching Finley arrive were special, too. All the girls gathered around the window and watched him with his handler.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? 
Don’t sweat the small stuff. They should create that little bathroom book for weddings. And then when you retreat to the bathroom to have panic attacks, it’ll be there to give you perspective.
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? 
We can’t wait to buy a house! And then we will most likely start a family.

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emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Della White reply

    Wow! There are so many great things about this wedding, but I must say my favorite is that the bride walked down the aisle to “Here Comes the Sun” – totally might have to steal that idea! ;)

  2. avatar Be Inspired PR reply

    Absolutely love the colors of this Georgia wedding! Especially the bridesmaid dresses!

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  4. avatar Ashley Scobey reply

    Thank you so much for featuring this amazing couples’ Wedding! It was such a beautiful day!

  5. avatar Sara Johnson with Vivid Events reply

    Brittany and Ryan were so amazing to work with! They knew their style, had fun with the planning process, and were excited about little suprise details… we had a blast making their vision into a reality with custom decor and design! Scobey Photography did an amazing job of capturing the excitement of the day. Props to all involved!

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    The china from Brittany and Ryan’s beautiful wedding is from our rental company, Southern Vintage. They picked china that matched perfectly with their colors and style. Check us out if you are looking for china to compliment your wedding!

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    Who was the designer of the bridesmaid dresses?

  9. avatar Shelby Hassberger reply

    I would love to know how the double ceremony went/felt. I am Catholic too and struggle with finding a venue (that i love) with a catholic church nearby (..and one that would actually be pretty enough to be wed in).

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I just want to hug Emily for letting me introduce this wedding to y’all! Being the office color-lover, I’m a big fan of weddings with a wide color scheme. This aqua, coral and yellow soiree is going all over my Pinterest! Joanna + Paul wanted their big day to feel like a fun and casual get-together in their backyard. “The venue we chose was a chapel built in a small Texas town in 1904 and later relocated to a great spot just south of downtown,” said Joanna. “The building itself was stunning, but all of the history it held made it even better.”

With bright interiors and beautiful stained glass windows, the chapel looked like it was made to J + P’s vision. Just wait until you scroll down and see what else they dreamed up! Big kudos to Lahra Bryant who photographed this day.

Goodness, y’all, are you fawning over this bouquet and the boutonnieres below? I’m loving the fabric scraps that finish them.

I did a brighter bouquet with a mix of flowers and more non-traditional things like succulents. Since my bridesmaids were all in brightly-colored dresses, we did their bouquets in white. I wanted all of the flowers, both in the bouquets and the décor, to look like freshly picked wildflowers.

We will never tire of seeing these adorable striped straws. J + P had Southern hospitality on their minds when setting up this drink station at the ceremony. What better prop to have during a September wedding in Texas?

How cute is Joanna walking toward her groom? J + P decided not to do a first look because they wanted to save the experience for the walk down the aisle. I support their decision purely based off of this photo.

Isn’t this one of the most fun aisles you’ve ever seen? One of my favorite parts of Joanna + Paul’s ceremony decor is the bunting triangles hung from the tree behind them.

Tell us about some of the songs you used throughout your wedding. We had a string quartet for the ceremony playing contemporary songs. Paul and the groomsmen walked in to “All You Need is Love” by The Beatles. The bridesmaids and I walked in to “Such Great Heights” by The Postal Service, which was absolutely beautiful. We all walked out to “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey. Our first dance was to “If I Were a Carpenter” by Johnny Cash and June Carter.

What is the one thing you are most happy you splurged on? The décor. We hired Bird Dog Wedding to plan and implement all of the decorations, and every single detail was perfect and exactly what we wanted.

I love that Joanna + Paul’s guestbook was a compilation of well-wishes held together with colorful paper tape. Not only is it a way for them to look back on the wedding day, but it’s also a great visual reminder of how fun their wedding day was!

Instead of a cake, we did different kinds of cookies – chocolate chip, peanut butter, snickerdoodle, oatmeal and Rolls Royce. Paul’s mom, aunts and sister all made the cookies using my mom’s and grandma’s recipes.

How did the two of you meet? Tell us your story. We met through my best friend and matron of honor, Ember, about 5 years ago. I went to dinner and drinks with some of her friends, one of which was Paul. We ended up hanging out with Paul a couple more times that week, but then I didn’t hear from him again until I randomly texted him a few months later. We met up that night and have been inseparable since.
Describe the proposal. Paul sleeps really late on the weekends, and I get up really early to feed our dog. He said the only way he could ensure surprising me was by waking up early. One Saturday morning, I went to feed our dog, and her food was missing, replaced by a note saying it was in our bedroom closet. We’d been having problems with ants, so I thought that’s why he moved the food. I walked back to the bedroom, fuming that he had put ant-infested dog food in our closet. When I got there, he was down on one knee in the closet with a ring. (It was a decoy ring though, because he wanted me to be able to pick out my own.)
In what month did you get married? September
How many guests attended your wedding? 125
Tell us about finding your wedding dress: I went into it with an exact idea of the dress I wanted. At the first store, the girl helping us told me that she likes to pull a “wildcard” dress for all of her brides that is totally different from what they are looking for. I definitely would have never tried the dress on if it wasn’t for her. It turned out to be amazing. We went to two more stores, and I even tried on the exact dress I was looking for, but I had to go back to the wildcard dress. I’m really glad she made me try it on!
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: Everything was amazing – it’s impossible to pick!
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? Definitely money. It was really hard for me to accept how much everything was going to cost!
What range did your wedding budget fall into? $10,000-$25,000
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? I almost passed out during the ceremony! I hadn’t eaten since breakfast, and my dress was really tight. I had been wearing the dress for a couple of hours by the time the ceremony started, sitting in a chair in the bridal room. When I stood up to walk out toward the aisle, I started getting really dizzy and almost blacked out. While we were standing at the altar, I honestly thought I was going to pass out, so I leaned forward to the minister to ask her to skip ahead to the vows. Paul thought I actually was passing out, and reached over to catch me. I made it through unscathed though – and then I ate!
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Let people help you – they probably really want to. And remember to eat the day of the wedding!
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you looking forward to in the future? We have left the stress of planning a wedding behind for the even more stressful task of buying a house. It makes planning a wedding look like a piece of cake.

nicoleyang Written with love by Nicole
  1. avatar Ashleigh from Marry Me Metro reply

    Oh my goodness these colors are fabulous and I like the mismatched groomsmen. My favorite details are in the reception space with the stained colors pulled from the stained glass windows into the tables, walls, and centerpieces! What a fun weddinng!

  2. avatar Ashleigh from Marry Me Metro reply

    The colors in this wedding are amazing and this event looks so fun and flirty. An adorable southern wedding! Congrats to the bride and groom!

  3. avatar Madelynne Moulton reply

    I love everything about this wedding. Literally. Everything.

  4. avatar Emily reply

    Thank you so much for the feature! We so loved being apart of Joanna and Paul’s big day!! Cheers!

  5. avatar Dee Shore reply

    You know… you guys make it almost difficult to choose a favorite wedding because I’m also in love with this. The color blends are right up my alley. Favorite part of this wedding? The flags along the wedding aisle.

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