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You know that sweet Southern style we all adore so much? With the peony and garden rose bouquet, and the soft shades of pink and blue? Well, Kelsey + Evan had all that and more, but what I really love is that they staged their sweet wedding not in a backyard, but in the Matt Jones Gallery, a modern art space in Birmingham. Talented planner and stylist Ginny Au brought everything together seamlessly, and Caleb of 509 Photo provided the beautiful photos!

My family is Southern transplanted, and Evan is Southern born and raised, so it was important for us to honor the places that shaped who we are and where we fell in love. One of my favorite details was the glass bottle Cokes representing my Atlanta upbringing and Jack Daniels for Evan’s Tennessee roots. We tied those up with vintage bottle openers that we had collected for that reason. We also had bags of peanuts from the Peanut Depot on Morris Avenue in downtown Birmingham, which is a definite Birmingham must-visit spot!

There was an Amsale dress that I had been dreaming of since before we were engaged. I tried it on in Birmingham, but wanted my dad to see it first, so I made the trip home to Atlanta to try on gowns at Bridals by Lori with both my mother and father. I was sure it was going to be the one, but when I put it back on I didn’t feel the same way. After trying on many other gowns, I tried on the Rivini “Freya” gown. It had just come in the night before, and no one had tried it on yet. I knew it was the one when I was looking at myself in the gown, rather than just the dress itself.

Kelsey’s bouquet was one of my favorite things about this wedding (those ribbons!), so I’m not surprised to hear her guests were impressed! My flowers were absolute perfection. My wonderful planner introduced me to Holly and Katie who teamed up to create my garden party florals. Every arrangement they designed was different, from the bridesmaids’ bouquets to the altar arrangements. Because of the early spring this year, I got really lucky with flowers in that I was able to get my beloved peonies and lush dahlias mixed with varieties of garden roses. The girls tied my bridal bouquet with vintage ribbons and a handkerchief that my mother had collected for me. I am a sucker for a big ole full bouquet, and my arm was surely tired from toting it around. I still have people raving about our flowers, which is such a compliment!

Did you decide to do a “first look”? We decided not to do a first look before the ceremony. It was such an emotional moment when the doors opened, and we locked eyes all the way down the aisle.
Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? We decided to use traditional marriage vows; there is something so romantic about speaking the same words so many couples have said through the ages.
What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? Evan’s sister and brother-in-law also live in Birmingham. It was so important to us to have them participate in our ceremony, so we had them read Colossians 3: 12-17 (NRSV) and a poem called “The Wedding Vow.”

A little PSA from Kelsey: Please please please hire a wedding planner that understands your aesthetic. Even if you know what vendors you want and possibly have already booked them, a planner will take your pieces and turn them into a cohesive vision and eliminate all the stresses of having everything done for the big day. It is a MUST!

My wedding cake was a vanilla butter-cream confection designed to mimic the textures in my dress as well as the flower from my sash. We also had a chocolate and peanut butter ganache groom’s cake and a milk and cookie bar.

How did the two of you meet? Tell us your story. Evan and I met our freshman year at Samford University. We had a class together that fall semester, but didn’t really get to know each other until the end of the school year. We had mutual friends within our Greek organizations and started hanging out in groups until we began dating exclusively the following October.
Describe the proposal. One of our favorite things to do throughout our college years was exploring Birmingham, but we never made it to the Vulcan. The Vulcan is a symbol of Birmingham and looks out over the entire city. I had always secretly hoped that maybe a trip there would mean a proposal. Evan picked me up that Monday night and asked me if I wanted to head over to the Vulcan. We enjoyed looking out over the city for a few moments, and then he let me know that it was time to go. I was kind of surprised that we were leaving and that nothing had happened, so when we were walking to the car he asked me if I was expecting anything up at the top of the statue. Evan loves to joke around with me, so it was appropriate that he stuck it to me right before he asked for my hand in marriage. After calling our families (who had no idea that we were getting engaged that night!) we enjoyed a beautiful dinner at one of our favorite spots in the Edgewood neighborhood of Birmingham at Gianmarco’s.
In what month did you get married? June
How many guests attended your wedding? 125
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: My precious grandfather passed unexpectedly two weeks prior to our wedding. It was so important for us to honor him during our day, so I wore his wedding ring sewn into my dress along with the lace from my Nana’s wedding dress, while Evan wore one of his cuff links along with one of his late grandfather’s cuff links.
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? Our biggest challenge that we had to overcome in planning our wedding would probably be keeping everything organized once everyone arrived in Birmingham. Almost every guest had to travel to celebrate with us, so making sure everyone felt included and appreciated was something we really needed to be mindful of (thank heavens for Southern hospitality, y’all!).
What is the one thing you are most happy you splurged on? The photographer! Caleb Chancey of 509 Photo is one of the most incredibly talented and wonderful people I have ever met. My family and I could not be happier with that decision.
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? After leaving our reception, Caleb drove with us to Samford to take pictures at the place where everything started for us as a couple. I felt so relaxed and happy with how the day had gone, and was finally able to take it all in with my new husband.

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Leanne Polk reply

    Beautiful and creative — down to every last detail. Amazing ideas!

  2. avatar Madelynne Moulton reply

    I may be biased, but I absolutely love matt jones for a reception space! Their decor was polar opposite of ours – color, style, decor – and it looks STUNNING in the gallery. Beautiful wedding!

  3. avatar Desiree reply

    Beautiful! Can we please find out the instructions for making that incredible chandelier that hung over the cake!? I love that idea! :)

  4. avatar Cameron reply

    Love!! Really love the mint ties and grey suits! Could we find out where they purchased those from pretty please?!? Thanks!

  5. avatar Lauran Stephens reply

    Beautiful bride! Handsome groom! Lovely wedding……….every single detail! My hat is off to Lori and Kelsey! Ginny did such a wonderful job, such organization! Caleb!!!! beautiful memories captured on film. I may be a tiny bit partial……….the groom is my son :o)

  6. avatar Brittany reply

    Would love to know where the mint ties are from also! Great color!

  7. avatar Ginny Au reply

    The groomsmen ties are from Tux & Tulle, and Etsy shop. Also, it is a doily chandelier, and you can find great instructions on Martha Stewart’s Weddings website. Hope that helps. Ginny

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I have one word for Elizabeth + Michael’s wedding: darling. The newlyweds first met in the fifth grade when they went to the movies with friends to see Godzilla. Though M + E didn’t hit it off right away (he spilled his popcorn on her and she left the movie early!), they started dating seven years later and became high school sweethearts!

Their Alabama wedding looked cool and breezy despite the sweltering Southern heat. (It was in the 90’s that day!) According the Elizabeth, it was the Southern hospitality that really made their wedding come together. Friends and family chipped in to make their casual outdoor wedding perfect — we couldn’t love it more! Big thanks to White Rabbit Studios for sharing this with us.

Tell us about finding your wedding dress: I had been to a few dress shops with my mom, Michael’s mom, and friends and I had a few favorites picked out, but I wasn’t ready to commit just yet. My mom came to visit me in Huntsville to go shopping for her dresses for the rehearsal dinner and the wedding and at the last minute, we decided to go wedding dress shopping for me. When I put the dress on, my mom kept saying “This is your dress! This is it!” The day we found my wedding dress was the last day I saw my mom outside of the hospital before she passed away suddenly from cancer, so my wedding dress will always be very special to me.

Michael’s mom did all the flowers and they were so pretty! I just gave her a list of my favorite flowers and told her to have fun with it! The arrangements included peonies, ranunculus, snap dragons, Queen Anne’s lace, bells of Ireland, anemones, billy balls, chrysanthemums, and many others! I wanted them to be bright, casual, and fun! A friend of hers, Beth Jordan, did the bouquets and boutonnieres, and they all coordinated quite nicely!

I love the bright, baubly necklaces that Elizabeth’s bridesmaids donned! What a fun way to mix up wedding colors.

Get out your tissues, ladies. Remember our post on first looks with Dad? Elizabeth’s was especially sweet.

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? Although I loved the idea of seeing each other for the first time when I walked down the aisle, we decided to do a first look and take all of our pictures before the wedding. It gave us a special moment together before all of the guests arrived and it allowed us to really enjoy ourselves at the reception. It also settled our nerves a little to see each other! Looking back, I wouldn’t have done it any other way!
Did you write your own vows? Sort of. I researched ceremony wording and vows online and took bits and pieces of various ceremonies to really make it our own. I knew I would be way too emotional to write my own vows or to hear Michael read his!
What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? 1 Corinthians 13:13 and Matthew 19:6

All of our ceremony music was played on ukuleles by two friends and they were amazing! I walked down the aisle with my dad to “Stand by Me” by Ben E. King. Michael and I walked back up the aisle to a Beirut song, “Postcards from Italy,” one of our favorite songs to dance to in the car together. Our first dance was “That’s How Strong My Love Is” by Otis Redding. We have always loved Otis!

Describe your wedding cake or dessert: My cake was a pound cake with peach filling and cream cheese icing. It was made by my uncle’s friend who is also a chef. My best friend Kari, who is a cake decorator, iced it the day of the wedding. It looked perfect and it tasted great too! Michael’s mom made his cake. It was chocolate with chocolate chips and Kari iced it to look like a sandwich! It looked and tasted amazing!

Describe the proposal. It was my birthday and Michael took me to one of our favorite restaurants. Afterward, we went to where we usually open gifts for holidays and birthdays…the headless dinosaur. It is all that was left of a natural history museum near downtown Birmingham. There was a girl sitting on the dinosaur having a photo shoot when we pulled up and Michael had to ask her to leave so he could propose. Michael had some of our friends decorate the dinosaur earlier that day, they put yellow roses where the head should have been and wrapped the body in Christmas lights. Michael handed me some fake presents to open and then when I looked up, he was on one knee asking me to marry him! I started calling friends and family one by one to tell them the news, and when we got back to my house, they were all there for our surprise engagement party! It was such a memorable birthday!
In what month did you get married? May
How many guests attended your wedding? 200
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: Probably the wedding balls! We hung them in the tree where our ceremony took place. They were Styrofoam balls with muffin liners hot glued to them! Several of my friends pitched in to help make them and I just love that! My dad came up with a system to hang them in the tree that involved a fishing pole and a golf ball with a hole drilled in it. They were a really fun project!
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? Not having my mom around was definitely the toughest part. She was a huge help with the early stages of planning, and I know she enjoyed it so much. It was really hard not having her there, but I know she was looking down at us on our special day.
What range did your wedding budget fall into? $10,000-$25,000
What is the one thing you are most happy you splurged on? Two things: the catering and the photography. Everyone said the food was SO yummy and the caterers really helped the reception flow smoothly. I didn’t have to worry about a thing! Photos are all we have now that the day is over and White Rabbit did such an amazing job capturing all the emotions and special details of our day!
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? My friends and family keep asking me what my favorite part was and I just can’t help but say the whole day! It was perfect and relaxing (compared to all the days of planning!). Our wedding was very special and a work of love and it was such a joy to share it with everyone we love!
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Let your friends and family help you out! Use their special talents and gifts to your advantage! Don’t worry if something doesn’t go according to your plan because something will go wrong! But at the end of the day, you will be married to the person you love and that is all that matters.
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you looking forward to in the future? We just moved to New York for Michael’s veterinarian internship and we look forward to our next big adventure, whatever it may be!

nicoleyang Written with love by Nicole
  1. avatar Madelynne Moulton reply

    What a gorgeous and sweet wedding – I love Sonnet House – it is right down the street from me! I esp. love the bride’s bouquet and the bridesmaid’s dresses. Just all around beautiful!

  2. avatar Heather reply

    I think this is one of the sweetest weddings I’ve ever seen on SW – I love how much their families contributed to the wedding and the story about Elizabeth’s dress touched my heart. It’s also the best execution I’ve seen of the mismatched-bridesmaids trend. Thanks so much for featuring these amazing photos!

    • avatar Emily reply

      Hi Heather! I have to say, I agree with you about the execution of the mismatched bridesmaids! They did such a lovely job :)

  3. avatar Millie reply

    Oh man what a cute wedding! Loved this. By the way who made those adorable cake toppers?

    • avatar Elizabeth West reply

      Hey! This is Elizabeth (the bride). My maid of honor and I made the cake topper. We saw one online that was a bit out of my price range so we made our own with things from a craft store. I think we ended up spending about $30 and it just took a couple of hours. It was so fun!

  4. avatar Megan reply

    This wedding is so beautiful! Especially loving the bride’s bouquet. I’d love to see a picture of the “wedding balls” she had hanging from the tree!

    • avatar Emily reply

      Hi Megan! Check back tomorrow, and we should have the RW gallery up for this wedding – we often put extra images in them, and I know there’s one of the ceremony balls in there!

  5. avatar Jess reply

    Love love this wedding, how wonderful that both families came together to make it a special day for the couple! Elizabeth, I would be interested to hear how the bridesmaids dresses came about. I love the idea but have some questions.. did you pick out the dresses or did you let the bridesmaids? Did you give them a specific dress or color? How did you decide on who wore what color? I would love to know the details as I am considering a similar look for my wedding! Congrats! Hope you are enjoying New York!

  6. avatar CJ Hughes reply

    Great wedding, I created the chalkboard with their names on it. It’s available from my website. CJ

  7. avatar Personalized wedding ribbon reply

    A very lovely wedding! I love the colorful dresses of the bridesmaids! I never seen such idea for a wedding. I thought that a wedding will just look good with one or two color dominating the day, but this wedding proved me wrong! It is also nice and fabulous to mix more than two colors. It made the wedding more lively and beautiful. A successful and wonderful wedding!

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    I was noticing your chalkboard signage and was wondering if you had someone do tht for you… and if so who did it. I am also in Birmingham.

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Doesn’t Christine look so very Gone with the Wind in that first image? I’m swooning over plenty in Christine + Josh’s sweet summer nuptials, starting with her fabulous Southern style. From C’s classic lace gown and edge-detailed veil to the magnolia leaves in her bouquet and the romantic ceremony outside of The Reserve at Oak Bowery, I couldn’t dream up a more beautiful wedding. Make sure you pause to admire their chalkboard photobooth towards the end of this post – I mean, the family tree detail? SO fun, and such a great way to incorporate family heritage and tradition! Big hugs to Ms. Tiffany at Lucky Photography for sharing this beauty with us!

One of my favorite moments – a quick prayer with Christine and her ‘maids before the ceremony.

Tell us about finding your wedding dress: I’m one of those people who doesn’t shop well with others. But since it was for my wedding dress, I wanted my mom and sister to be there. I’m from the Mississippi coast, so we shopped around Mobile, Alabama with no luck. I easily tried on about a hundred dresses and just couldn’t find the right one. I went back to Auburn empty handed and a little frustrated. While surfing the web, I came across a beautiful lace gown that was absolutely perfect. I called a local salon to see if they had it in stock and they did! I was so excited to see it in person; I drove over there even with class beginning in 30 minutes! When I got to the salon, the salesperson persuaded me to try it on and it was perfect. It was funny to be sharing such a big moment with a stranger, but I couldn’t help it. I had found my dress without argument. The best part was that I got it for 50% off and with a free veil!

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? We decided to not do a “first look,” but if you ask any of the crew or wedding party, we kind of cheated. I saw him the morning of, before I left for the spa and again walking around the grounds to check on the setup. He didn’t see the dress, though, and I’m glad for it!
Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? We didn’t write our own vows simply because there are too many good ones out there already. How do we compete with that? We had traditional Catholic vows. Our ceremony was a perfect combination of family traditions. Not only was it a perfect combination for us, but our families and friends all enjoyed it as well.
What readings, if any, did you have at your ceremony? We did a “hands ceremony.” I really cried the first time I read it. It was just too perfect.
Tell us about some of the songs you used throughout your wedding. The ceremony music was all classical piano versions of popular songs. The prelude was a mix of Beatles music with the processional being “All You Need is Love.” I walked with my father to “Here Comes the Bride” and we receded to “Wedding March.” The piano really helped to create a classic and light atmosphere. The reception was a lot more upbeat! We started with our first dance to “I Cross My Heart” by George Strait, I danced with my father to “I Loved Her First” by Heartland, and Josh and his mother danced to “In My Life” by the Beatles.

Isn’t this bridal party a cool sip of water? The gray and cream tones are so light and refreshing for summer!

There’s that chalkboard photobooth backdrop I was telling you about – isn’t it too cool? We’ve long been fans of Dana Tanamachi’s work, and love this DIY project inspired by it!

Describe your wedding cake or dessert: Our wedding cake had four tiers of traditional, wedding cake with a butter cream and raspberry filling. The groom’s cake was a rich chocolate cake and with a peanut butter cream filling! It was themed, like a lot groom’s cakes in the South; the cake depicted a sandlot with a bride and groom cake topper of the groom pitching to the bride!
What was Southern about your wedding? We love Southern culture! It was no surprise that we married outside a beautiful plantation decorated with magnolias, hydrangeas, and small vintage details.

How did the two of you meet? Technically, Josh and I first met when we were neighbors at Auburn University. Josh, my roommate and his roommate brought a huge TV to my condo. It swallowed my console table! When I heard all the grunting from carrying it up three flights of stairs and into my place, I got curious and came out to see the main attraction. The three of them were sitting on the couch admiring their work and the gigantic discoloration of the screen. We were formally introduced and that was that!
Describe the proposal. I was driving back to Tuscaloosa to see Josh after a couple months working in my hometown of Ocean Springs, Mississippi. We had made plans to have a formal date together that evening. Little did I know, everyone else was looking forward to it, too. The festivities started as I was getting ready for dinner. I had several missed calls and suspicious voicemails granting me a “wooooonderful” evening. With some suspicions in the air, we were off to a dinner both of us really enjoyed. When we got back to the house, I instantly wanted to get in my pajamas. However, Mr. Charming distracted me with dessert. He had made peanut butter pie for us to enjoy and my suspicions began to grow again. We ate pie at the dining room table and he chose the seat next to me rather than the one across. Not letting my thoughts ruin the surprise for myself, I started a common topic on the house work. Josh went on and on about all the things that the house still needed only to conclude that it needed me. At that point, he asked “Will you marry me?” I was so stunned that the moment was really happening, that I put the ring aside and just sat there crying and holding his face. Eventually, he reminded me of the ring and I was more than happy to put the heavy bling on my hand. He couldn’t have done better.
In what month did you get married? We married in June.
How many guests attended your wedding? We had roughly 100 guests.
Describe your wedding flowers: I was looking for a clean and classic look. The florist and I chose a pallet of whites, greens, and silver. My bouquet was filled with hydrangeas, white roses, magnolia leaves, dusty miller, eucalyptus berry, and more.
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? Oh goodness! I think the most challenging part was delegating. I’m not a control freak, I promise! But it was surprisingly hard to hand over some of the projects and responsibilities at the end. I don’t understand why because I had the best help and a lot of it came out better than what I could have done myself!
What range did your wedding budget fall into? Our wedding was right on budget! It ranged in $10,000-$25,000.
What is the one thing you are most happy you splurged on? My best splurge was really two things. A lot of the DIY projects added up to an amazing atmosphere, so I’d say the best splurge was on project supplies like drapery fabric for the altar and MDF for the photo booth. All the overlooked details really added up to be not only a great design, but also a great expense.
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? My most memorable moment on the wedding day was taking pictures after the ceremony. All the formalities were over and the pictures show just how much fun we had!
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? The best advice I have is actually something my dad would say. It’s the five P’s: proper preparation prevents poor performance. I’m sorry it’s corny, but so true! Give yourself time to research what you both really like and how to accomplish it within your budget/timeline! Prep as much as you can early so there won’t be any stress the week of. The best elements of the wedding were a group effort and planned early!

marissa Written with love by Marissa
  1. avatar Madelynne Moulton reply

    GIRL! I love seeing all your hard work pay off. This really was a truly stunning wedding and had so much personality and southern charm. I remember being up at studio while you were printing invites! SO DIY :) I think you have some of the most beautiful bridal portraits I have EVER seen. Congrats!!

  2. avatar Christine Rountree reply

    Hey Ya’ll!
    I just want to make sure it’s known that the chalkboard idea was inspired by a wedding design in Chicago. I can’t remember where I found it, but I want to make sure credit gets out somehow! Thanks!
    PS Thanks for the feature!

    • avatar Christine Rountree reply

      *New York wedding at the foundry was the inspiration for the photo booth backdrop. They did it as a backdrop for the ceremony. I’m not sure if it was chalkboard, but mad props to them!

    • avatar Ashley Miller reply

      Christine Rountree: Hi Christine! Your wedding is absolutely stunning! I was wondering if you followed a tutorial for the chalkboard backdrop? I love this idea and also saw it for the New York wedding but am at a loss as to where I should start. Any help/advice/tips is greatly appreciated! Again, congrats on a fabulous wedding!

  3. avatar Marletha reply

    That chalkboard backdrop is awesome!

  4. avatar Heather reply

    What a beautiful wedding! I adore the bride’s lace dress, the mason jar aisle decor, and the chalkboard backdrop especially!

  5. avatar Melissa C. reply

    I loved everything about your wedding, Christine! My favorite thing is that I noticed you wore your hook bracelet on your big day. As a frequent visitor to St. John and the VIs, I find the story behind the bracelets truly romantic — I wear my hook bracelet every day and will most certainly be wearing on my wedding day as well!

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