As she slipped into her wedding dress, she looked in the mirror and smiled. This dress was made for her and fit like a glove. This was also the dress that her mother wore in 1970 when she married her dad. This dress tells the love story of her parents and is about to be a part of theirs.
Delia and Travis decided to have their wedding on a family members property in south Georgia. The ceremony was under a huge tree that was at least 200 years old that was lined with tea lights. So much of the wedding was done by hand by family members and they made sure that everything was perfect. This wedding was so unique and intimate. I just LOVED this wedding!
Enjoy! Her something borrowed and something blue. Also her parents wedding bands she wore on a gold chain around her wrist so that she could carry a part of them with her.
Delia and Travis decided to do a first look so that they could enjoy their reception with their family and friends. I was thrilled because the lighting right before the ceremony was absolutely gorgeous!The property was full of so many nooks and crannies for their pictures. I was in love with this place!I really like this one. This was outside of the guest house and I love the sign that reads LUTHERSVILLE.I actually went to school with Travis & Delia so I knew some of the bridal party. I loved how small it was though. Such a great group!Travis and Delia were using his car as their get-a-way car so we had to incorporate it in the photos. I loved all the colors that they chose for the wedding. Aren’t the flowers gorgeous?I love how classic this one of Delia is.I was a happy camper when I saw all of the wedding details. Delia, you did such a great job on everything!This was a wagon full of mini pumpkins that guests could take as favors.The guest book was a “stamp tree” and this is now my new favorite thing. And I love the picture of her mom and dad on their wedding day. These centerpieces were especially meaningful. The wood came from another family members barn that was struck by lighting and had to be torn down. So they made sure to save the wood and make these adorable planters for the tables. Now how cool is that?!Delia’s uncle walked her down the aisle.This is always one of my favorite moments of the ceremony. The giving away…MARRIED!They had a candlelit backyard reception with some amazing soul food. The toast were just perfect and truly came from the heart.To view more of my portfolio, visit my website www.lindsey-turner.com and make sure to LIKE me on facebook!