The sticky summer air was just beginning to transform into a cool September breeze when Katie and Miles exchanged their vows at Dutch Ford Farms in Metter, GA. A few years before, the couple had visited the farm and before wedding bells were even ringing in the distance decided that this was exactly where their nuptials would take place. That afternoon, the guests sat on antique pews in front of a large white barn, surrounded by pedestals of bright, luscious floral arrangements by Mark Williams Studio. The bride carried a bouquet of roses, Juliet garden roses, succulents, and Dusty Miller and wore a lace gown with a sweetheart neckline that perfectly captured the romantic, vintage feel of the wedding. Her bridesmaids donned dark teal dresses in various styles and the groomsmen wore taupe. After the vows were exchanged, the barn doors were flung open to reveal a large reception space with an abundance of lavish, plush florals and seating areas of antique and vintage furniture, many of which were family heirlooms. The event, planned and designed around the bride’s collection of vintage pieces, was a celebration of the traditional and all things charmingly classic. Dinner, catered by Fancy Q’s, was served on mismatched antique china sets and the cake – accented by lace fondant that matched the bride’s dress – was surrounded by a pie bar of apple, pecan, chocolate, and egg custard, all baked by Patti Hendley. Toasts, speeches, and first dances concluded and late night nacho bar consumed, Katie and Miles took their leave under a canopy of confetti and well-wishes. Wedding videographers Rustic Image Productions captured every joyful moment of the couples’ dream day to enjoy for years to come.