We were lucky to help Kennedy and Carl celebrate their wedding on a family farm! It was a great venue and they were an amazing couple. The first thing everyone noticed about this wedding was the tent! When having an outdoor wedding, it is always best to have multiple tents, especially if you’re having a summer wedding in North Carolina! We had a tent for the reception area and another tent for the cocktail/dessert area.
The day of the rehearsal, it rained so we had to re-arrange the tables and chairs to ensure that none of the guests would get wet during the dinner. Our fearless leader Jenn, was able to do a quick walk-through of the ceremony before the down pour began! Luckily the day of the wedding, the weather cooperated and we had sun-filled skies.
|The ceremony was lovely.|
The ceremony was gorgeous, Kennedy arrived in style in classic car and joined her soon-to-be-husband at the altar. The theme of their wedding was very natural and earthy. Their cake was made to look like stacked logs sprinkled with flowers. Even the centerpieces were earthy and floral! The guests threw lavender as the newly wed exited the ceremony.
|Mini buckets filled with lavender.|
|Kennedy arrived in style!|
Not only did they provide a cake for the reception, but they also had pies, pies and more pies for guests to take home! Kennedy and Carl danced the night away along with their friends and family. This couple and their family were great to work with and we wish them all the best on their new journey as husband and wife!
Thank you to all our wonderful vendors, that helped make this day special for Kennedy and Carl:
Florist: Flowers By Gary
Linens: Southern Events Rental
Lighting: Dream Builder Productions
Restroom Rental: TCS Event Rentals
Catering: Western Steakhouse
Planner/Coordinator: Knot Your Average Events
Dessert: Whole Foods
Minister: Brooks Graebner with Saint Matthews Episcopal Church
Band: The Radio Narks
Live Musicians: Corda Entertainment
Transportation: Brad’s Golf Carts
Photography: Elizabeth Larson Photography
Hair & Make-Up: Sarah Davis
Until Next Time,
Intern Q ?