Mallory and Reed were married beside a beautiful lake in Jasper, Ga. on October 19. Mallory walked down the aisle wearing a strapless wedding gown with lace detailing and a bejeweled sash, accessorized with pearl jewelry. Reed and his groomsmen looked dapper in gray suits and donned blue paisley ties. Mallory’s bridesmaids wore floor-length deep purple dresses and carried wildflower bouquets. The ceremony had a unique backdrop that featured a collage of picture frames. The couple really “tied the knot” by doing so with a piece of rope during the ceremony. Guests sat at long banquet tables at the reception with birdcage centerpieces, and enjoyed the gorgeous view of the lake through floor-to-ceiling windows. The couple even had their guests fill out a “Mad Lib” card on their way out to rate their overall experience!
Which three details from your wedding were your favorites?
My husband, Paul, and I wanted a venue that showed off the natural beauty of the area, so our guests, who were all traveling from out of town, would really be able to feel outside of their everyday. We also wanted a blank canvas that we could make our own and a venue with at least some lodging on site. My family and oldest friends are mostly from the Chicago area, Paul’s are largely from New Jersey, and we live in Brooklyn. It’s not very common for everyone we love to be in the same place at the same time, and we wanted to provide the stage for that kind of togetherness.
Although I have chosen red and black as my wedding colours, I have always loved the elegance, richness and beauty of the colour purple. It has become one of the trendy wedding colours this year and I love it because it can be so versatile – from a soft lilac to a deep eggplant, there is a shade of purple to fit your every mood.
Inspired by the lavender being used for my upcoming shower, I had the urge to gratuitously search purple wedding photos and create this board – enjoy!