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Full of garden whimsy in shades of French country blue, this wedding’s theme actually resulted from the bride receiving the plates setting the head table as a gift from the groom’s grandmother! Haleigh and Lawton’s family heirlooms were the perfect touch to this big day and made for a seriously stunning wedding! Garden vibes radiate from these lush and full floral arrangements by Blushington Blooms made up of the prettiest ivory and periwinkle petals, plus plenty of eucalyptus and greenery. Haleigh looks absolutely radiant in an off-the-shoulder tulle WTOO by Watters gown in style “Heaton” from WED Bridal Boutique that is completed by a pearl-studded veil that is just sweeping us off our feet! With lush blooms and tasteful elements all around it’s hard for us to choose a favorite detail, but Haleigh had no trouble at all. “My absolute favorite part of the whole day was when we did our first look and read the vows we wrote to each other,” Haleigh says. “I also loved that I incorporated a lot of items from our families (plates, vases, champagne flutes) to make the day even more special for us.” Heirlooms can truly make a wedding day feel so much sweeter than it already does, and we love the effect those French country blue plates had on this gorgeous garden wedding! Read on to hear from the bride about the floral in her wedding and why it was a little extra special due to a college internship she held. Cheers to Haleigh and Lawton!

Photos // Kortney Boyett Photography

From the bride: “I interned with Blushington Blooms in college, so I really loved having them be a part of our day and seeing all of the beautiful creations they made for us!”


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