I have to say.. I was pretty sad when this wedding was over. Not only did I love planning all the little details, but I loved spending time with this couple. Teresa and Drew both have the most wonderful personalities and are just those kind of people you want to be friends with. So the fact that they had a seriously swoon worth day, made it all worth while. And we were oh so lucky to have Liz Grogan to capture all of the pretty. Pop open a bottle of Cheerwine and enjoy.. this is one you will definitely want to pin. P.S. Check out their feature on Style Me Pretty!
In true Southern style, Teresa and I put their custom monogram on anything standing still!
One of my favorite features of Adaumont Farm is the beautiful porch. I have had many a maid of honor spend the morning rocking in these chairs writing her toast.
Absolutely, hands down, my favorite bouquets ever. Peonies, ferns, ribbons… perfection.
I am always a sucker for a cathedral length veil. Especially down a long aisle full of petals. Swoon!
I love this moment Liz captured of Teresa sipping champagne and getting out of the ceremony get away car for photos. It is so timeless!
At cocktail hour, guests enjoyed spiked lemonade and fried green tomato sliders. YUM.
Hi, my name is Leigh and I am addicted to linens. I know, I have a problem. But seriously, how perfect are these blue seersucker napkins and the rosey runner?
We wanted each table to feel like dinner in a garden and I think we knocked it out of the park. The Farmer’s Wife created these beautiful trees that were simple but had a major wow factor!
If your photographer wants to pull you out of dinner for ten minutes, DO IT. Why? See below
Planning, Styling, Coordination: Leigh Pearce Weddings | Photography: Liz Grogan Photography | Venue: Adaumont Farm | Florist: The Farmer’s Wife | Linens: La Tavola | Catering: Iron Hen | Paper: Confetti Grey | Vintage Car: Sterling Carriage | Hair + Makeup: Carla White | Lighting: Kenneth Eller | Cake: Sweet Meg’s | Band: Walrus