We are loving this indoor rustic wedding that took place at the Locust Grove in Georgia. We love how them mixed vintage, rustic and winery all into one. This wedding shows that you can also have a gorgeous ceremony indoors during the winter months. Here is what the bride had to say about her indoor rustic wedding.
From the Bride: “Jason and I dated for 3 years before we were engaged. He proposed on Christmas morning of 2011. We were so excited and began planning our BIG day! December 29, 2012 was the day, and we knew right away we wanted a rustic wine theme. After looking around, we could not find what would fit our theme so we set out to create it. Our families were thrilled and helped us create the wedding of our dreams.
The columns, custom built by my husband and his uncle, framed the fireplace and were capped with asparagus ferns and mason jars with candles. The center aisle was created with wine barrels, lanterns, and mason jars with candles. We continued the rustic theme throughout the bridal and family tables using miss matched wooden chairs. The guest tables were decorated with brown table clothes, burlap overlays, hard wood stumps, moss, mason jars, candles, wine bottles, corks and wild flowers. Hand crafted chalk boards outlined the ceremony and added a unique touch. Our guest book table was an old dresser that we found and refinished with an antique look.
The groomsmen wore chocolate brown tuxedos provided by Katie at Black Tie Formal Wear and the bridesmaids wore sangria dresses by David’s Bridal to add a splash of color. Bouquets were simple and elegant wildflowers wrapped with burlap. Our guests enjoyed a wonderful, authentic Italian dinner prepared by Cakes and Catering by Originals. Our cake was a simple 3 tiered cake with ruffled, rustic icing wrapped with a burlap bow, topped with a simple antique bronzed letter “P” also by Originals. Jim Chester delivered a beautiful, heartfelt ceremony. At the end of the evening our guests were able to take home a bottle of wine, personally made by my husband and myself. We could not be happier with how it all came together!!”
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