I so adore this wedding for so many reasons. Not only are all the details perfectly unique and so fitting, but Alyson planned the entire wedding on a budget of $10,000…amazing! What a perfect example of how you don’t need to spend a lot money to have a wedding that is memorable and beautiful. I love her idea of finding a little white church in the country, getting married on the grounds, and having a brunch reception afterwards. There is something so wonderfully old fashioned about it. A few more details…

The Decor was potted succulents( we wanted people to be able to take
them home), white pumpkins, and origami paper flowers scattered on the
floor. I owe my friends a big Thank You for that!  We had the napkins made at a paper place here in Austin. I gave them my image from the invite and we decided silver ink on grey napkins.  For the favors we gave out little emergency sewing kits that had the
image from our invitation on it. It went with “Tying the knot” and my
mom said.

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Alyson, I can’t thank you enough for allowing me to share your beautiful wedding with everyone today. I can’t wait to see the new collection! If you would like to see images from her wedding, check out Ashley Garmon’s blog.

[Images c/o Ashley Garmon and Emily Joyce of Ashley Garmon Photographers]


Comments (10)

Kathryn | Reply

They’re tying the knot illustration is one of my favorites things I’ve seen all month!

DS2000 | Reply

I love the vintage caketopper!

Jordan | Reply

What a sweet favor. I love the idea of getting married in a little white church too.

meredith | Reply

oh my goodness it’s all so beautiful!!

and the ring is spectacular!
may i ask where you purchased it????

Melissa | Reply

Such a simply pretty wedding :)

jessica | Reply

i was wondering if you could tell us where the ring is from? its absolutely marvelous.

Kenzie | Reply

I LOVE the space — what a cool church and an absolutely lovely wedding!

alyson | Reply

Thank you so much for your sweet comments. The ring was designed with a vintage setting I had by Cyrus Sheenum. I wanted something with mixed metals that morphed vintage and modern together. His e-mail is: cshennum@gmail.com
Kathryn, I’m so glad that you like the image on the invite. I’m thinking of making them available to use as custom invites with the press that I used.

GINA | Reply

I love this adorable church! Where is this?

jessica define | Reply

Gorgeous! I’m going through all the pre-my-engagement stuff now :)