A Dusty Blue Brunch Wedding at Ashton Gardens | Corinth
Combining some of our most favorite things, Madison and Eliezer planned the prettiest dusty blue brunch wedding! Shades of blue and white look so elegant with plentiful greenery all around while this wedding’s earlier start time provided all the sunny Saturday afternoon vibes so guests could relax and celebrate all day long. The couple opted for a first look before their “I do”s which Madison says made all the difference. “It was a moment of just us two before the ceremony and it helped the nerves,” she said. “In that moment, nothing else mattered, just us two getting married and spending the rest of our lives together.” Held at Ashton Gardens | Corinth which offers the most exclusive setting to exchange your vows in their distinctive glass enclosed chapel, this pair celebrated in style among stunning views of the surrounding trees, lush greenery, and fountained courtyards. Guests received invitation suites created by Hazelwood Paper Co. in lovely hues of blue that are just as dreamy as the ceremony’s décor! Food for the reception was provided by the venue, and a brunch wedding wouldn’t be complete without some sweets! Guests enjoyed slices of cake and a fun donut bar, with the whole day captured in full, fresh detail by Kelsey LaNae Photography. Read on for a note from the bride about one of her most helpful wedding vendors and what made them so great. Cheers to Mr. and Mrs. Cruz!
Photo // Kelsey LaNae Photography
From the bride: “Kelsey LaNae Photography was such a blessing! We got a little behind on our timeline (who doesn’t), but she was so calm and encouraging. She captured our love perfectly on our wedding day. Not only is she a super talented photographer, but she is the sweetest person! Our day would not have been perfect without her!”
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Other Local Vendors: Hazelwood Paper Co., Kelsey LaNae Photography