I have posted some gorgeous weddings on this blog, so I think it's time for another Throwback Thursday blog recap! (You can see part one here.) If you missed any of these weddings the first time around, now is the perfect time to catch up!
We've had a whoooole bunch of gorgeous weddings at The Barn over the years, each with their own unique themes, color schemes and overall style. They have all been pretty in their own way! I've loved each and every single wedding we've hosted, and I think putting them all together in a recap like this shows just what our team is capable of! It doesn't matter how unique or over-the-top a couple's theme is, they always do a beautiful job at creating gorgeous, unforgettable weddings every. single. weekend.
These four weddings were sweet and feminine. Some of them had rustic touches, while others were whimsical. They all had pastel color schemes, and they were all outrageously stunning!
1. Megan + Daniel's wedding was one of my absolute favorites. Their altar was dreamy and beautiful, and their peach and mint rustic-chic theme was trendy and so lovely! I especially loved Megan's gorgeous dress and their flowers. I was crazy about their peach and gold glitter bow napkins, as well as their cute candy buffet! I'm obsessed with this wedding. Looooove.
2. Megan + Jonathan's wedding was pink, super sweet and a little bit rustic-chic. Some of my favorite details from this beautiful wedding: the lace altar, the flowers (that bridal bouquet! my goodness!), the most beautiful bridesmaids' dresses, and their shabby chic reception tables. They also included their pup, Megpie!
3. Kortney + Dakota's pastel wedding was a little bit vintage, a little bit whimsical, a little bit country, and so dang gorgeous. Their flowers were stunning and some of my favorites! I also loved Kortney's dress, their burlap altar, their balloon-filled entrance into The Barn (so cute!), and their rustic-chic reception tables. They also had probably the cutest wedding cake ever!
4. Ashton + Mickey's pink and gold wedding was feminine and rustic at the same time, which is such a pretty combination! They had gorgeous pink flower arrangements, an amazing sweetheart table backdrop, the dreamiest ceremony (with chicken wire cloches down the aisle!), and lots of lace and burlap. This wedding was proof that rainy-day weddings are just as amazing and beautiful as sunny ones!
These four weddings don't have a common theme, but they were all gorgeous in their own way! From bohemian to earthy and Southern to plain ol' country, I love all of 'em.
1. This colorful bohemian chic wedding was certainly one of our most over-the-top and unique, and it also had some of the most incredible details. Highlights from this wedding: glittered feathers (love!), colorful flowers with tons of texture, that ribbon altar!!!, and boho-chic reception tables that you've got to see to believe. This one was good, y'all.
2. Lindsy + Keith's wedding was sweet and Southern, and it sure was lovely. This one had a very country vibe, as well as orange flowers (something we never really see!), lots of boots, and horseshoes worked into the decor. I really loved this couple's altar and their romantic dusk ceremony.
3. Sasha + Nathan's wedding was green, yellow, earthy and totally perfect for spring. Their decor was very simple, and this wedding was proof that sometimes simple is prettiest! I loved the yellow and white bouquets, the bride's flower crown, the lace altar, and the simply elegant reception tables. Their flower petal exit was dreamy!
4. Lyndsey + Brad's wedding was fun and romantic, and their coral and navy color palette was unique and gorgeous! Their reception tables were some of the prettiest, with navy linens, lace runners, pink and burlap napkins, and some seriously pretty flowers. Their altar was simple, but magical! And they had lots of navy chevron worked into their decor... even on the guys' bow ties! This wedding also had lots of sweet, meaningful details.
I seriously mean it when I say that every Barn wedding has been my favorite in its' own way! I love them all.