After proposing to her on a flower lined stone bridge in northwest Georgia, Katlyn and Noah both wanted to keep their wedding traditional and their reception filled with nature. Guests were served apple cider in carved out apples along with a monogrammed cookie and were seated on church pews for the outside ceremony. The couple were then wed on the farm where Katlyn grew up under a beautiful archway of branches built by Noah’s father. The reception took place in a country-vintage decorated barn and they ended the night with a fire pit outside complete with hay bales for roasting marshmallows. Images by Atlanta based wedding photographer EHF Photography!
The bride’s gown was cream and had short sleeves with a small train. The bridesmaids wore dresses of their own preference, all in cream to create cohesion but not be too matchy. The bride and bridesmaids also all wore baby’s breath flower crowns. The groom wore a red and white plaid shirt with dark green corduroys while the groomsmen wore khaki pants with a dark brown button down shirt with either a tie or bow tie in cream.
The groom’s grandfather cut two 3-4 foot long wood slabs for the couple, which they stood on for the vows. He actually took it from two trees, a slab for each of them. Tasteful Events decorated the altar with floral arrangements to create the woodland environment the bride envisioned.
Each of the couple’s grandmothers made southern pecan pies, cherry-cream pies, and many others. Together they made between fifteen and twenty. In addition, the wedding cake and the groom’s chocolate cake was made by his grandmother.
Venue: Private Residence | Photography: EHF Photography | Wedding Coordinator, Floral & Decor, Catering & Cake: Tasteful Events, Inc. | Wedding Dress: David’s Bridal | Hair & Makeup: Lauren Topping | Pies & Groom’s Cake: Family