Molly had quite a few special heirlooms included in her day. Her veil was her husbands mother (who passed away 2 years before their wedding), the pearl bracelet she wore was a gift from Bo, and made from his mothers pearl necklace. The brooch on her sash was her late grandmothers, and she carried another one on her bouquet.
Molly really wanted the scenery and landscape to be showcased, and they were married outdoors next to the Historic Rammell Barn with the mountains in the background. The colors were kept simple and neutral, with less flowers and more nature. The theme was a mix of southern, romantic, vintage, and rustic, with simple nods to the beauty of the destination, like lots of twigs and branches, burlap, and wood elements.
All of the details for the reception decor were handled by Debbie Bernet, and her talented design team. She hand calligraphied the invites, the wish tags (which she tea stained), and created the other rustic elements like the silver antlers, moss balls, and various wood elements. For Molly and Bo the details were a key focal point of the event.
Molly's late grandmother had quite the collection of vintage brooches, and inspired her love for all things vintage. She had a brooch bouquet that was made from the rhinestone and crystal brooches that belonged to her grandmother, which she used as both a cake topper, and for her bridal portraits. For bridesmaids gifts she gave each girl an antique handkerchief to match their personality and a brooch.
A big thank you to Molly and Bo for sharing all the beautiful details for their day and the story behind their beautiful wedding. Also thanks to Katy Gray for the lovely images!