Lindsey was a stunning bride and Ross was one the most appreciative grooms! Sue and I loved working on their design theme. We loved all of the details and elements. Lindsey wore a traditional veil for the ceremony then changed to a birdcage veil for the reception. In true southern style, Lindsey and Ross were married in the shade of the pecan orchard. Small red maple trees were displayed on the porch of the barn and were given to each guest as a favor.Our wedding director's, Jessica and Amy, made sure everything was perfect for Lindsey and Ross's wedding day. Their beautiful cake was made by Lisa Mae Cakes - the topper was courtesy of their very talented photographer, Jenny Evelyn Prater. (Thanks for the early photos!) The guest danced the night away to the sounds of the Celebration Band. Lindsey was very close to her grandmother who had passed away. To keep her memory close on the wedding day our design team incorporated some of her jewelery into Lindsey's bouquet. One of her butterfly pins was even used on Ross's boutonniere.
Ross really wanted to leave the reception in a vintage car. Our staff was able to find the perfect ride for their style. We hope Lindsey and Ross had a great time in Paris on their honeymoon. We really enjoyed working with them on their wedding day! This was a dream wedding for our staff.