This southern soft blue and peach wedding takes place in a picturesque historical southern home. The color palette mixed within the extraordinary florals pairs perfectly with the elegant greenery throughout this venue. We are totally here for the combination of both the bride and groom’s unique styles colliding and creating a perfect balance. Scroll on to be inspired by all the details throughout this Georgia wedding!
The photographer shares,
“A native of Rome, GA, Katie, had always dreamed of getting married in the iconic Frost Chapel on the Berry College campus. The stone chapel, built in the 1930’s, is one of the most beautiful spots in town. It speaks to a timelessly romantic style and tradition.
Katie and Forrest decided on Martha Berry’s home, on campus, to host their garden inspired reception. Katie described their wedding style as, ‘classic and timeless with a few twists’. Those twists came mostly in the form of fun treats for their guests, as well as a guest appearance and impromptu first look between Katie and their handsome pup, Bodie.”
The photographer continues,
“A team of amazing vendors brought Katie and Forrest’s vision to life. The Season Events and Roots and Willow Floral Studio really brought the design of this gorgeous dinner and reception together. It was a magical night under the lights on the grounds of the picturesque historical southern home.
Soft blues accented with peach and blush went perfectly with the greenery of the gardens and the tradition of the white columned home. 2nd Coming Band got the evening started off right with a mix of lively and classic party favorites and kept guests on the classic black and white checkerboard dance floor.
Katie and Forrest incorporated so much of themselves into their entire day. From Bodie’s appearance in their wedding crest, to Forrest’s love of golf in the bar favors. The couple kept their guests entertained with custom hats and a late-night snack of pizza on the dance floor. They also included espresso martinis to keep everyone fresh until the end of the night. This wedding was one was one for the books!”