We’re convinced that southern weddings are some of the most gorgeous out there, and this Alabama wedding certainly proves us right! Designed by Thorne and Thistle, an elegant green and white color palette mixed with heirloom milk glass takes center stage. A lush greenery floral installation floating above a stunning farm table makes for the most gorgeous focal point. And Katelin and Sean’s classic look is so very perfect- a lace sleeved wedding gown paired with a black tux. We can’t get enough of the beautiful images captured by Colorbox, and we are so excited for you to experience all of this beauty!
From Lisa of Thorne and Thistle:
Katelin and Sean met and fell in love while attending Auburn University . They returned to Auburn to exchange vows in a traditional southern church ceremony at Auburn’s First Baptist Church. Their gorgeous reception was held at Moore’s Mill Club stone and timber pavilion. The bride’s heirloom milk glass collection topped the farm house tables and suspended greenery and floral installations hung over each table. The family’s blue and white porcelains were used throughout for a classic southern feeling. Gray bridesmaids dresses and men and classic tuxedos completed their classic look. Their furry pup, Lucy, attended the reception (and her cute face was featured on napkins and barware ). Guests danced to Motown music until the couple departed in a classic vintage convertible complete with Auburn “Tiger” tail.
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photography: Colorbox, Brooke Glassford // Floral and Design: Thorne and Thistle // Paper Goods: Ashlyn Carter // Coordination: Invision Events // Makeup: Melissa Bogartus // Hair: Adrienne Knapp and Jamison Shaw // Dresses: Wedding Angels // Band: Big Night Dynamite // Venue: Moores Mill Club
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