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Elise and James, you know how to throw a Southern party. In the details, you never lost focus of your focus. The faith that you share, the love it cultivated and the celebration of that love with friends and family remained true as the heart of your wedding day. Elise, is a gentle, kind, elegant bride who loves simplicity, family and cotton! As mother of the bride, Chris wanted to bring Elise's vision to life. After getting to know a bit about what makes Elise smile, we pulled together a plan to create a floral signature with cotton details, Southern roses and hydrangeas punctuated with Elise's favorite, babies breath. We pulled in Miss Milly's vintage sofas, barrels and charming hobnail decor to give the guests a true taste of Southern hospitality. Loved seeing some of my happy brides again. Super sweet girls  Shannon, with Pine and Pen even helped Elise with her invitation design. The hint of the red berries was a perfect compliment to her favorite red boots. I was certain they would make an appearance.Happy ever after, you two. May your love continue to BLOOM!

Venue: The Trolley Barn

Photographer: Kayla Johnson Photography

Vintage Furniture/Decor: Miss Milly's

Cake: Blooming Flour Bakery

Planning & Design: Danielle Hulsey for Chancey Charm

Catering: The Epicurean

Event Draping: Event Drapery

Hair/ Makeup: Becca Whittinghill

Transportion: Georgia Trolley

Invitation Suite: Pine and Pen