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Fall/Winter 2016

Tiffany & Christopher

Tiffany and Chris met at Grey's Tavern on a casual night out with their friends. With very few people in the bar, the couple started talking pretty quickly. They immediately shared great conversation and ended the evening with plans for a first date.

After a little over a year of dating, the couple made plans to have dinner with friends at the same place they had their first date, Sticks and Stones. When they walked in, Tiffany surprisingly saw her mom and when she looked back, Chris was down on one knee proposing.

The couple held their shabby chic wedding at Summerfield Farms. Their ceremony took place under the “ Tree,” which included live music, several readings and Tiffany and Chris reciting their own vows to each other, followed by their reception in the barn.

Tiffany wanted a wedding that represented their personal style and also to incorporate a fall feel without the use of the traditional fall colors. They chose shades of marsala and sage, with some cream and gold as well. Using elements such as mason jars, tree stumps, and burlap combined with candles and other elegant accents, it was the perfect blend of rustic elegance!

When asked about one of their favorite memories from the day, Tiffany replied, “The live music we had in our ceremony. A friend and colleague of mine, Preston Kendall wrote and performed a one-of-a-kind wedding march and was accompanied by Chris' cousin, Josh Lyle, on the acoustic guitar. One of our guests, Jay Gammon, also sang a beautiful version of ‘When I Say I Do'. Our wedding day was nothing short of a dream!”

CEREMONY/RECEPTION
Summerfield Farms
PHOTOGRAPHY
Megan Travis Photography
GOWN
Divas Boutique and Bridal
SEWING/ALTERATIONS
Sew4U
GROOM'S/GROOMSMEN'S FORMALWEAR
Men's Wearhouse
CATERING
Fresh.Local.Good. food group
FLOWERS
Sedgefield Florist
HAIR/MAKEUP
Face Forward
CAKE
Maxie B's
MUSIC/LIGHTING
815 Events
VIDEOGRAPHY
Nelson Wedding Films
INVITATIONS
Elli and Wedding Paper Divas
Officiant
Kirk Lejurne
Photo credits: Megan Travis Photography