All photos by Joy Marie Photography.
I love the buckle on Meredith’s heels.
Here’s a close up of the bride’s beautiful, vintage lace veil.
Meredith pinned a photo of her grandmother to her bouquet.
You normally don’t see shots of the groom’s shoes, but I think this photo is so cool. The carpet is in the couple’s home, which is also pretty cool!
Meredith collected colorful handkerchiefs for the ceremony. She used the A-Z motif as a play off of their respective last names.
Meredith made the escort cards using a variety of patterned papers. I like how nothing about this wedding was too matchy, yet all looked great together.
This may be my favorite guest book yet. Guests signed pages of this Snow and Graham calendar. I would have definitely signed my birthday month, August!
Mason jar vases were scattered throughout the cocktail hour. The labels showcased different quotes and lines of poetry.
Meredith and Jeremy opted for a classic cake with a vintage topper.
Centerpieces included low clusters of different flowers. Meredith and her bridesmaids hand painted these canvases for the tables.
The steps were lined with these glowing lanterns.
Congratulations, Meredith and Jeremy!