I have been holding the pictures from Tami and James’ wedding for so long it actually made my heart hurt. Today is finally the day I can share them with you!! This wedding was featured in the Southern Weddings Magazine and also on the Southern Weddings magazine blog, which you can read about here. A million thanks to Adam Barnes photography for his incredible images. I am truly in love with Adam’s work.
Pink peony, cafe au lait dahlias, dusty miller and seeded euc were the flowers chosen for the bride.
Maids carried white hydrangea, sahara roses, cafe au lait dahlias, scabiosa pods, and dusty miller.
The bouts were wrapped with burlap and twine and we loved this accent.
This portrait of Tami is one of my absolute favorite bridal photographs ever. Adam Barnes this photo is insane, you are brilliant!!
Bud vases of the days flowers were hung in a tree next to the reception tent.
The bride and groom’s table was built by the bride’s parents. In fact, Tami’s mom now sells the tables at an antique store in Lucketts called, ‘Rust and Feathers.’ Tami’s mom also made the menu holders and she covered all of the mason jars with burlap and accents.
This wedding also featured an insanely gorgeous Maggie Austin Cake. There are so many wonderful details about this wedding so I hope you will read all about it either in print, or on the Southern Weddings Blog. I am headed into a really big day but I was dying to get this wedding posted. I also want to take the time to thank Tami and James for allowing me to be a part of their wedding. Tami should be highly commended for her incredible sense of style and the amazing details she and her mother brought to this wedding. Tami and James, happy married life!! We loved your wedding.