It is always such a treat when I have the opportunity to feature a wedding comprised of some of my favorite Atlanta vendors. Kelsey and Brett were married a few weeks ago at a great local spot, The Trolley Barn, with the help of Amy Osaba and Dolci Odille. Both of these ladies are so talented and it is always so fun to see what they come up with. I especially love the paper flower installation which Ashley created for the ceremony…

Sparkly Wedding Shoes

Pink And Orange Wedding Flowers

Grey Bridesmaid Dresses

Paper Wedding Flowers

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Kyle Hale Wedding Photography

Kyle Hale Weddings

Atlanta Wedding Photographer

Rustic Wedding Centerpieces

Orange Pink Wedding Centerpieces

Orange And Yellow Wedding Flowers

Pink Wedding Bouquet

Photography: Kyle Hale

Flowers: Amy Osaba

Paper Flower Installation: Dolci Odille

To see more images from this lovely wedding, check out Kyle Hale’s blog!


Comments (42)

cara | Reply

how pretty! where are the wooden table numbers from?

amy osaba | Reply

You are too sweet, Emily! What a great suprise to be on the blog today! You are always so good to me. Great job, Ashley & Kyle!

Shannon Moore | Reply

Soooooo beautiful!

Punctuation Mark | Reply

love the colors used in this wedding and all the details that made it very unique… have a nice weekend!

Meagan | Reply

Congratulations Kelsey! So, so beautiful…

Wedding Photography Sydney - Thina Doukas | Reply

Awesome photography! Love the composition and use of creative framing! Highly credible work cheers!

Miss Giny/Au Pays des Merveilles | Reply

It’s so beautiful and refined :)
I love these colors.

Album Boutique Team | Reply

Love this!! Very unique with the bride in chunky jewelry and the groom not in all black – I think it works great :) And I love the shoes!

Kat | Reply

The Trolley Barn is very unique and I went to their page. Very nice even, outside in the evening. I love all the floral touches for Kelsey and Brett’s wedding and the photographer captured this so well. Congratulations on a beautiful weddings.

Vermont Barn Wedding | Reply

I love the flower combination…Though the flowers are simple but still looks elegant ! it is perfectly arranged!

Lou ~ Whimsical Wonderland Weddings Blog | Reply

This is totally stunning!! I love the decorations and the flowers – they are to die for :) xxx

Michele | Reply

Gorgeous wedding! Great photographer! ? it

WeddingXpert | Reply

You had me at “Sweet Trolley Barn Wedding”. This is incredible, such divine details that are beautiful yet whimsy.

Nate Henderson | Reply

What a gorgeous feel! I love these.

forget.me.knot.weddings | Reply

I love everything about this!

Irini Fambro | Reply

how gorgeous! we wish we had been there:(

chelsi | Reply

anyone know where the bridesmaids dresses are from?

L. Premo | Reply

Brett’s suit, Kelsey’s dress (& necklace) and the bridesmaids dresses are from JCrew. They made the table numbers themselves with a laser cutter.

Amber Moon | Reply

LOVE! Does anyone know where the stationary is from?


kelley | Reply

ok those shoes are perfect!! anyone know who makes them?!?!

Tink | Reply

Oooh those shoes are precisely what I’m looking for for my bridesmaids….anyone know where they can be bought?

hannah | Reply

Does anyone know where this favors bags came from?

emily | Reply

I’m pretty sure the bride made the favor bags.



Leigh Anne | Reply

I’m getting married at the Trolley Barn in April, so you can imagine how excited I was to see these pics. Well done!

alyson | Reply

omg, that paper flower installation is incredible!!

Marybeth Patton | Reply

Friend of mother of the bride and so glad these pics on the web for us to see. Love the flowers and the barn so unique. Ok, she looks like her mom!

L. Premo | Reply

The bride made all the stationery (including the favor bags) and the shoes are by Vera Wang.

Abbey | Reply

I am pretty sure that the shoes are Vera Wang Lavender Label. I wanted them too, but they didn’t fit in the budget. Totally lovely!

S | Reply

Gorgeous! Does anyone know where the flower/veil are from?

Chaucee | Reply

Totally adorable! I love the picture of the groom kissing the bride on the forehead. Too adorable :D

Jessica | Reply

Would the bridebe interested in selling her table numbers? Or at least letting me know how she made them? Gorgeous wedding!

Brett (groom) | Reply

Hi everyone.

I made the table numbers myself out of two layers of 3/4″ birch plywood cut with a CNC (computer numerical control) router and an AutoCAD file that I drew myself. Then they were rubbed with linseed oil. The typeface used is Bodoni Poster.

Brett (groom)

Elise | Reply

What a beautiful wedding with incredible decorations! Does anyone know what font is used on the favor bags?

hepsibob plodka | Reply

I love that paper flower installation- so beautiful! Any chance of Dolcie Odille sharing some of her secrets? I noticed she is a generous contributor to your DIY blogs.


Julie lane | Reply

Are the table numbers for sale?

Lea | Reply

The prettiest wedding I’ve ever been to!!!

Meghan | Reply

Brett — I absolutely LOVE your table numbers. Any chance you would send me the AutoCAD file?? (david.meghan.2010@gmail.com) We have access to a CNC machine and this is exactly the type of wedding project my fiance would actually enjoy!

Alex Kay | Reply

Beautiful wedding photography set.

Linda | Reply

I hope that the bride gets this. I love the stationary. Would love to connect with you since I’m doing our invitations too!

Jo | Reply

I love all things barn. Thank you so much for sharing this marvelous series of ideas and concepts with us all.

AC | Reply

I adore your wedding. I have a soft spot for naturalistic barn-y weddings. Just gorgeous. Love. Thank you.

Alicia | Reply

This is my venue! So excited! Neat to see ideas & how someone else used the space.