Katharine and Max, also known as “Matharine” celebrated their highly anticipated wedding on what was a perfect October day. At the end of their two year engagement was an impeccable wedding day with every detail a bride could dream of. Sweet bluegrass music filled the air while guests played games of cornhole. Corks from bottles of wine Max and Katharine shared together were used as escort card holders. In place of a traditional guest book, the newlyweds set out squares of fabric for guests to personalize with a message. These fabric swatches are then sown together to create a quilt…ummm yes, so freak’in cute! Flowers and succulents from Ann’s Garden covered the dinner tables in a blanket of whimsically beauty. Hands down the most ornate collection of floral decor ever! The list of fun and fancy details goes on but, my favor detail of all was Katharine’s happy tears and Max’s ear to ear grin. I have to admit, I was a little sad when the day was over. I had such an amazing time with these guys I didn’t want the fun to end. Their great sense of humor is contagious and I couldn’t have dreamed up a more beautiful wedding and delightful couple. Congrats Max and Katharine!
– Wedding dress and bridesmaids dresses: Betsy Robinson.
– Florist: Ann’s Garden
– Venue: Antrim 1844
– Vintage rentals: Rusty Love Vintage
– wedding invitations were Betsywhite stationary.
-Programs and menu cards: Bride DIY
– Cornhole, Signs, backdrop for the photo booth and props: Etsty.com
– DJ Carl Brashears
– Second Shooter: Robert Lawrence Photography