The ceremony itself was perfect (with a healthy dose of humor thanks to the tractor that zoomed by, fertilizing the field right behind the ceremony site) and so prayerful. They used the Book of Common Prayer for a lot of the ceremony so it was very beautiful. Spencer is a composer and even arranged the music for the string trio to play before, during, and after the ceremony. (These are some talented people, in case you haven't noticed!)
Every detail was so beautiful - her tables had reclaimed wood stretched down the center with candles, vintage cameras, and incredible flower arrangements (by Amanda Jerkins) placed in Emily's collection of vintage bottles and jars.
Since I was the last Nashville girl left at the end of the night after clean-up, I got to bring home some flowers. WOO!
This is one of the bridesmaid bouquets that I placed in one of Emily's vintage carafes to bring home. So beautiful!
I played around with some of the loose flowers I brought home and could only find an old pickle jar to put them in!
Amanda and Emily picked out gorgeous flowers! I love them.
I really enjoy playing around with flowers, but I wish I knew what I was doing for real. It was one of my goals to learn how to arrange flowers by 30 but I still haven't taken a class. I need to!