Theres something about this wedding that has us all week in the knees. Yes, the bride is stunning, and yes you can tell the groom loves her like woah, but theres something else. Some unspoken sparkle that is priceless. Between the story of these two lovebirds meeting to the planning of their “i do’s”, this is one for the books.
From the bride: Caleb and I met during college. We were introduced by some of our closest friends, and immediately felt like we had known each other forever. After almost two years of dating, Caleb proposed, and I couldn’t have been more excited to marry my very best friend.
After getting engaged, Caleb and I decided to take our time to plan and hand pick every detail that would go into our day. I stumbled upon the Country Plantation House when I was browsing through nearby venues. I was shocked to find out it was located a little over an hour from where we lived, and was right in the middle of each of our hometowns. We scheduled a meeting at the venue for the next weekend, and immediately booked it upon our visit.
Once we found out venue, other details fell perfectly into place. We knew we wanted to create a timeless feel on our wedding day, and our vendors helped our vision come to life. I chose a classic Very Wang gown, and Caleb wore a black tux. We served raspberry and vanilla bean macarons as our wedding favors, and our flowers included blush and white peonies, hydrangeas, and roses.
As we had planned our entire wedding to be held outdoors, I worried for months about the unpredictable Kentucky weather. When our wedding day arrived, we couldn’t have imagined a better Spring day. As months of planning came to an end, it was so special to celebrate the beginning of our marriage surrounded by our favorite people.
Photography: Morgan Worley | Venue: Country Plantation House | Florals: Welborn Events | Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas | Catering & Planning: Country Plantation House | Hair & Makeup: Katy Yokley | Dress: Vera Wang via Bridal & Formal