This Vintage Farmhouse Wedding Features a Blush to Blue Palette
by Maria November 13
This vintage farmhouse wedding is a quintessential picture of class and timelessness, and its color palette is what we are in love with! Makenzie and Alex’s big day is accented with blush and ombré shades of blue ranging from navy to cornflower, and these photos are overflowing with blooming floral installations and tablescapes adorned with greenery and rustic elements. Makenzie looks beautiful in her embroidered lace bridal gown and veil from Bridal Boutique, and her bridesmaids complement her perfectly in their various shades of blue gowns. To accompany the bride’s gown, her stunning chandelier earrings from The True Gem framed her face so elegantly. Held at The Orchard, the rustic barn feel, antique tin lanterns and mercury glass candles tied their whole vintage farmhouse theme together perfectly. Read on to hear from the bride about her favorite wedding memory from this quaint and pretty wedding. Cheers to the newlyweds!
Photos // Kortney Boyett Photography
From the bride: “We could not have asked for a more perfect wedding day! We both arrived early (separately, of course) to get ready with our wedding party at the venue. Our vendors did a fantastic job of working together to have the venue set up exactly how we imagined it. In the bridal suite, we ate Chick-fil-a and drank mimosas. In the groom’s suite, they played pool and enjoyed craft beer. We did a first look and exchanged gifts to each other. We’ll never forget that moment together. It was so sweet to have time together and let everything soak in before the rest of the events took place.”
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