There’s a long and funny story to explain how Lindsay and Brian met, and while they both lived in Atlanta, it actually happened in Puerto Rico! The theme song? They found love in a hopeless place! But their love is anything but that, as they are vivacious, fun-loving, constantly on-the-go, and living it large in Texas. But since Brian proposed to Lindsay on Jones Street in Savannah (hidden photographer photographing from a window and everything!), and since they both absolutely love the romantic, laid-back vibe of the Hostess City (who doesn’t??), there wasn’t any question as to where they would gather friends and family to witness their vows.
Brockington Hall is such a lovely venue for elegant and sophisticated brides. The simplistic decor of the reception was so creative! I love that every table featured a Savannah square in a gilded frame, with simple woodland accents and a single hydrangea bloom in a mason jar. The pop of color from the vintage telegraph glass insulators was a perfect addition to match the glass texture from the mason jar.
Lindsay’s absolutely gorgeous blush gown was the perfect match for the elegantly rustic theme of the day, with her wedding shoes adding that absolutely necessary glam (note the brass rivet trim – so to die for!!), and her sweet bouquet of white and green was wrapped with burlap for that rustic touch.
The first look was so incredibly sweet, as they both read letters and cards to each other just before reaching around the door, and then they exchanged gifts. Lindsay had the perfect cufflinks custom made for her soon-to-be husband pilot, and he vowed to wear them every single flight. Romantic? Nailed it!
Lindsay’s mother emphatically believes that every bride should have doors through which to walk and make an entrance. We totally agree.
These rustic doors were decorated with more baby’s breath, roses and greenery to adorn but not overwhelm the rustic simplicity.
This dessert bar was the absolute best! With a spread that would make even the best Christmas party envious, these desserts were gone in a flash!
Since they were all handmade, everyone was looking forward to diving in; I think even more than they were looking forward to dinner!
Their sparkler exit led them to their classic Packard getaway car, and off they went into the moonlit night as husband and wife.
Congratulations, Lindsay and Brian!
Talented Professional Team
Wedding Planning | Improvisions
Getting Ready Venue | Gingerbread House
Wedding Venue | Forsyth Park
Reception Venue | Brockington Hall
Wedding Gown | The Castle, Spartanburg, SC
DJ | 5 Point DJ
Catering | Magnolia Grill Catering
Videography | Caleb Suttles
Photography | Heather Kline Photography