our wedding: part four

the week is nearly over, and today is the second to last day of wedding posting. so if you’ve had enough of wedding talk, hold on- the end is near. in honor of thursday’s we like it wild column, today i’ll be focusing on our wedding flowers. over on the d*s guest blog i’ve posted 15 images of our bouquets, table flowers, boutonnieres, door wreath, chair swag and much, much more. CLICK HERE to check out the full post!

*more d*s wedding posts here: part 1, part 2, part 3*


  1. Debra says:


  2. Rab says:

    I’m wondering if there’s a wider shot of the first picture. I’ve been doing a similar thing in my dining room, using commercial glass containers as vases, and would love to see another take on it.

    Oh, and YOU KNOW that profile of yours is gorgeous. Gawwwjus.

  3. rhondarella says:

    classy and beautiful from start to finish…especially the bride :)

  4. Sarah says:

    That photography is really, really gorgeous. And so is everything in it!

  5. Monika says:

    You look absolutely stunning in that picture. Simple, classy and very beautiful. Timeless. What a way to start your next chapter in life!

  6. Lisa says:

    The feathers just made that extra not over done touch – lovely. Your wedding pictures make me think of my favourite movie “Midnight in the garden of good and evil”. Thanks for sharing

    1. grace says:

      thanks lisa- that movie was shot in savannah ;) you can visit the actual house from the film when in town…



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