Monday, April 9, 2012

Snaps from Katherine's Fall Wedding at Serenbe Farms


They chose to keep the ceremony simple and center their vows underneath this old pecan tree. We hung some cool wicker lanterns in the branches and that was it! It was FREEZING that day and we were all hovering together to keep some warmth but you can't tell in these pics. Looks sunny and warm! Katherine's uncle was the officiant and gave such a personal, informal and sweet ceremony, which I always prefer!
Finally got these fabulous images uploaded to our blog from the talented and super sweet, Kellie Kano This is one of my bestests, Katherine Kirk, who married Hunter this past October at The Inn at Serenbe. It was one of the best weekends! Her sweet dad put all of us up in the cozy farmhouse so we had a whole weekend of being around our best friends and hanging out. Katherine was too die for and so gorgeous! I know I am partial but I thought she was stunning! Glorisosa,  and I worked together to help capture Katherine's desire to incorporate the grey and soft peach color scheme in the rustic pavilion for the reception. My sweet little girl, Georgia, was one of many little ones who were part of the wedding. Below are some shots for you to see the details of the wedding and the lovely bride! Congrats to Katherine & Hunter who are settling into married life in Charlotte. Can't wait to come stay in their new house and be a guest. Love you both!

I gotta say, that food was out of this world! I usually don't eat much if I am at a party because I am too busy running my mouth and drinking wine, but I definitely enjoyed their mac and cheese!

Because of the cold snap, we walled in the pavilion which became it's on tent!

Kept the main bar outside around the lake and strung some barebulb lighting with space heaters.
Lots of people hing around the huge bonfire and we had baskets of s'mores for guests to enjoy.

Here's my daughter and my other best friend's daughter running through the field chasing the loose goat that was out during the ceremony. How often does a loose goat get out during a ceremony, you wonder? Well, apparently quite often around here!

Georgia petting "Billy the Bandit". He became our pretend pet all weekend. Now, we want one to add to our family of chickens, dogs, fish, and kids!

Poor Reynolds. He spent most of his time during the ceremony in "time out" and had to face the woods, far, far away from the ceremony. He saw my coming down the aisle and lost his cool. Lesson learned next time.
My sweet family!

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