Let's talk about a wedding that knows how to have fun! Sharon and Andrew and their awesome group of friends and family were some of the happiest, silliest people I've gotten a chance to work with at The Hermitage, and that's exactly the kind of fun atmosphere the couple wanted! Sharon and Andrew, who reside in Georgia, decided to plan a destination wedding so that all of their guests could enjoy a relaxing getaway in Nashville, Tennessee! It's pretty easy to see from the pictures that Sharon and Andrew's wedding was not only gorgeous and romantic, but that everyone had a great time!
Check out all of the details of their big day below, and a list of their vendors at the bottom of the post.
Sharon looked amazing on her big day, and the weather did too! It was a perfect sunny, spring day. Besides being a kind, beautiful lady, Sharon is also a nationally ranked racquetball player. Since I knew Sharon was such an awesome athlete, I thought she might enjoy throwing out the first pitch at the Vintage Baseball game happening on site at The Hermitage that afternoon. She threw a strike!
Sharon and Andrew decided to tie the knot at the Hermitage Church built in 1824. In the classic, little white church, they said "I do."
Don't you love that Sharon asked her grandma to be her flower girl? She had so much fun, and we didn't have to worry about tears and tantrums like with most flower girls!
Sharon and Andrew's joy was so contagious! It makes their photos so genuine and special.
I told you they were fun, right? After the ceremony, the party started at the Cabin by the Spring! Sharon and Andrew wanted to keep the atmosphere fun and casual, and they did so with a live band, mac n cheese bar, and cupcakes for dessert!
Sharon's color scheme was blush and navy, so we decided on these vintage blue and white plates with blush glasses for dinner. It added so much color and sparkle to the dining rooms.
One of Sharon's guests made the bride and groom (both alums of 'Bama) some Roll Tide aprons for dinner, which the couple wore with pride.
The bride's mom made jars of her blue ribbon jams for guest favors.
There was so much love and happiness at this wedding, that Sharon and Andrew are sure to live happily ever after!
Here are the wedding vendors who helped make their day perfect:
Venue: Andrew Jackson's Hermitage- Cabin by the Spring & Hermitage Church
Planning: Emily Piepenbrink at Andrew Jackson's Hermitage
Photography: George Street Photo
Rentals: Liberty Party Rentals
Vintage Rentals: Two Monkeys Vintage
Catering: Ribbons of Chocolate
Florals: GreenFinch Floral Design
Bartending: Julie's Bartending
Cake: Cupcake Collection
Band: Douglas Warren Band