I began working with Jennifer and Ryan on their October wedding in early January. Jennifer knew she wanted to incorporate the beautiful fall colors into their wedding day with a black and white base color scheme. It worked out beautifully!
The ceremony was held at 5:00 on top of Mount Sequoyah in Fayetteville. It was a gorgeous and warm fall day with plenty of sunshine! The bridal party walked down a white carpet aisle runner in their black cocktail dresses and beautiful fall bouquets.
The aisles were marked with metal buckets of yellow gerbera daisies suspended from the pews with black satin ribbon and tied with black and white gingham ribbon; a precious touch!
A cascading arrangement of yellow sunflowers, red roses, orange lilies, white hydrangeas, and greenery sat on top of the podium.
The reception was held at Uncle Gaylord's in Fayetteville. The tables were draped in white pin tuck linens and topped off with glass vases filled with the beautiful fall colors.
The vases were all tied with black satin ribbon and the same black and white gingham ribbon used at the ceremony.
Tables in the patio were also adorned with tall cylinders with floating candles and a floating single yellow sunflower.
These are just a few of my photos and do not do the wedding full justice. I"ll post more once I locate them!
Vendors who helped to make this wedding a beautiful success:
I still do not know how a girl with a double major in Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies with a minor in Arabic ended up owning a Social Event Planning Business! Let's just say that the gears started shifting when I had my beautiful twin boys, Peyton and Parker. I have a love of entertaining, organizing and being surrounded by creativity.