Ellen and Austin’s Wedding

Welcome back to another day on Love and Lavender! We are featuring a wedding that we L-O-V-E (and it’s not just because the bride has a pretty amazing name–hehehe). We love all the DIY details, the super cute ceremony door background, and the great photography by Mandy Busby!

Vendors:
Venue: John Oliver Michael House
Photographer: Mandy Busby
Flowers: Design House of Flowers
Bride’s dress: Allure Bridal
Bridesmaid’s Dresses: Alfred Angelo
Grooms and Groomsmen’s suits: Geno’s formal affairs
Furniture and Miscellaneous Decor: Factory Antiques in Statham, GA

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12 comments

  1. I love the doors. We did a similar look for our wedding. One of my favorite details.

  2. Very sweet! Do you know who made the daisy wreath invitations?

  3. This wedding is so beautiful! I love it!!

  4. How gorgeous! And that hair? I’m in love!

  5. Thanks everyone! We had so much fun putting everything together! My mom was superwoman when it came to wedding details- she collected over 200 vintage plates as our favors and she and my grandmother made the burlap bags for the guests to take them home in. Our invitations were from weddingpaperdivas.com. Austin and I had a great time! Thanks Aileen and Ellen for featuring us!

  6. What a gorgeous wedding! I love all the details!

    Ellen – can I ask how you stood the doors up? We are also using old (HEAVY!) doors, and I’m struggling to find stands for them. Did you just hinge them together? And, congratulations! Your wedding was beautiful!

  7. I love it too, but I’m the mom so I’m partial. It was so much fun to put all the details together; we enjoyed every minute. Thank you for all the nice comments and thank you for featuring us too. 🙂

  8. Gorgeous wedding! I really love the connected doors for the ceremony backdrop – a nice twist on repurposing old doors.

  9. hey kate!
    to answer your question about our doors- we purposely tried to find doors that were not as heavy so we wouldn’t hard a super hard time standing them up. my sweet dad used engineering skills that i don’t have a attached wood to the back of the doors to make a stand. good luck with your doors! it will be great!

    ellen

  10. Beautiful a simple! I love it.
    Congratulations for your awesome blog!
    Have a nice day 😉

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