Sunday, August 23, 2015

Wedding | Southern Style

Back in May, we celebrated the unity of my niece Robyn Kathryn to Michael. It was a rememberable weekend that I hated to see come to an end. The southern style wedding embraced elegant vintage details such as vintage china plates, an assortment of vases, lace runners, and a 56 Chevy.

Robyn Kathryn is my firstborn niece and is a true Southern Belle. She possesses beauty, charm, style and has a core of strength and intelligence. Michael is a true gentleman. He is well mannered, considerate, has high standards and proper behavior (well most of the time...(love you Penick)).

The wedding celebrated their love for each other, their love for God, and their love for all things southern. Friends and family gathered to witness the unity, shared in Holy Communion, ate, and danced the night away.

The ceremony took place at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Wilmington, NC.
The reception was held at The Barn at Rock Creek in Leland, NC
Photos of the wedding were taken by Jennifer Priddy Photography. 
Catering by Middle of the Isle that consisted of bacon wrapped scallops, shrimp and grits, bbq sliders, honey chicken wings, honey and biscuits, just to name a few. 
Music provided by the band Jack Jack 180
Cake was provided by Gina Robson, cousin of the bride.
Flowers by the grandmother of the bride, Susie Shepard.
Videography by KVN Media
Trolly service by Wilmington Trolly Company.
Program and printables by Jenn Britt Design

Hydrangeas, peonies, baby roses, bells of ireland 

Robyn's bouquet was wrapped with her Grandma Etta's handkerchief and pinned with her Alpha Delta Pi pin.

Father of the bride and the groom

Brides parents and grooms parents

The bride's father made the wood piece and engraved it for the cake to sit on. 

vintage china place settings

Trolly ride for the bridal party from the church to the reception. 

The bride sang to her groom.

Alpha Delta Pi sisters

.......and they're off.

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