From the bride, Xanna:
When pulling together the details of our wedding, we wanted it to be simple, intentional, and feel like it was truly our wedding. I’ve always appreciated the meanings in details, so I wanted to translate that in our wedding day. I am crazy about setting the table, even when it’s just us two at home for a quick meal. Our tables were one of my many favorite details from the day. It is so enchanting when people gather around a table, let alone when it is all of those closest to you.
With such an incredible team of people I adore and admire, we were able to relax and enjoy every fleeting moment, and I wouldn’t trade that for anything. Although, I did joke throughout planning that I wanted to be there the morning of setting the tables. My biggest piece of advice would be to stick to what is important to you, and and don’t over-complicate the rest. Also make sure to sip on some bubbly before the day is over.
Photographer Haley Sheffield | Stylist/Planner Kaela Rawson | Floral Designer Mary Mcleod of Amy Osaba | Floral Illustrator & Ceremony Backdrop Meredith Mejerle Rush |Bride’s Dress Leanne Marshall from The Sentimentalist |Hair and Makeup Hannah Yancey of Akasa Salon | Bride’s shoes: Sevilla Smith | Venue The Brickyard | Wedding papergoods design Kaela Rawson| Ribbon FrouFrou Chic | Rentals Blue Eyed Yonder | Bridesmaid Dresses Elizabeth Suzann | Groom’s Suit J. Crew | Cake Marian Dobson at Mae’s Bakery
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