Entries Tagged as 'Wedding Wednesday'

Ginny & Kyle’s Vintage Inspired Carolina Wedding

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Hello my dears!  We have a very special Wedding Wednesday surprise for you guys today.  Lauren, one of my best friends since forever, is here guest blogging to share her younger cousin’s exceptionally beautiful wedding.   I have also known Ginny for a long time through Lauren and I am beyond thrilled that she was willing to share with us.  In other exciting news, Ginny just launched a new online clothing store full of very fabulous and affordable pieces.  As soon as you guys check out her lovely wedding, follow the link below and pick up some new goodies for yourself for your spring wardrobe.  Without further ado, here is Lauren…

Ginny and Kyle were married on July 5th 2013 in Pinehurst, North Carolina. They are the sweetest and most fun couple you will ever meet!  I am a bit biased being the cousin/older sister of the bride, but you will be able to see from these pictures what an adorable couple they are.

The wedding ceremony and reception were held at The Fair Barn in Pinehurst, North Carolina.

The bride and her mother worked hard at making the day even more special with the DIY touches including vintage milk jugs/mason jars for flower arrangements, and vintage china mixed and matched for place settings. As you can see, it all came together beautifully and made for a picture perfect wedding.

The sweet couple met in Nashville, Tennessee where they now live as newlyweds.  Kyle works for Provident Records and Ginny is about to launch a new online clothing boutique, Vinnie Louise.  You can support her new store starting April 1st!  If you like Anthropologie and Free People styles but prefer to shop on a TJ Maxx Budget, look no further! She has some awesome items in her line.

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The locket on Ginny’s bouquet had a photo of her father that passed away when she was young. This way he could “walk her down the aisle.”  So sweet.

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Ginny wedding Guest Book | Two Delighted

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Ginny wedding Photo Booth | Two Delighted

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Venue: The Fair Barn in Pinehurst, North Carolina

Photographer: Tim Sayer, Sayer Photography

Floral: Florist, Janet Robertson of Aberdeen, North Carolina

Make-Up/Hair: Lauri Canter

Dress: Allure

How is that for some serious eye candy on a Wednesday?  Thanks so much to Lauren for posting, Ginny for sharing her special day, and Tim Sayer for use of the stunning pictures!  

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Fantastic Mr. Fox Wedding Inspiration

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Hey friends!  Remember Wedding Wednesday?  No?  Us neither, apparently.  Well for old times sake, I thought it would be fun to put together a little wedding inspiration post influenced by Fantastic Mr. Fox, the film adapted from the Roald Dahl book.  Clever, adorable, and full of whimsy, this gem by Wes Anderson always leaves me with a smile on my face and a desire to incorporate “what the cuss?!” into my vocabulary.  I have a feeling Mr. and Mrs. Fox’s wedding would be just as fun as the movie, and clearly not without a large glass of apple cider for all.

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Wedding Created By Cocktail {Eucalyptus Martini}

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Lately I have been very drawn to greens being used in entertaining and weddings.  I think that it feels so fresh.  When I was researching greens to use for the garland at the Irish Rehearsal dinner I helped design,  I found one in particular that I kind of feel in love with…the eucalyptus.  Eucalyptus has has an interesting scent that when I saw this cocktail, I thought that may just be super refreshing.  A little different with the use of egg whites and the need to make simple syrup with eucalyptus leaves.  But certainly perfect for inspiring a lovely little wedding.

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