The ring bearer made his way down the aisle with this natural wooden ring "pillow."
The bride's father cut a tree down from their property to create all of the wooden accents. He then carved the bride and groom's initials into these gorgeous Sycamore stumps.
Flora in Fayetteville , with the help of the bride's brother, created the stunning flowers filled with cream Ranunculus, peach English roses, blue berries, and gorgeous greenery that were all flown in to create the elegant bouquets wrapped in ivory ribbon and pearl pins.
There two table concepts were all designed by the bride's very talented brother: The tall vilsner vases with large floral centerpieces lined all of the exterior tables to add height and color.
The centerpieces were lit from below by hallowed out tree rounds (all created by the bride's father) filled with votives. The table was then covered in a clean white "snow" that was even cool to the touch! The table was sat with clear glass chargers and wooden "cake" name card holders.
Guests were able to choose from Peach Preserves, Peach Sauce or Peach Butter to take home with them!
Chocolate covered strawberries are always quick to disappear!
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bricker headed to Fayetteville in style in the white Escalade limo from Dynasty Transportation.