Allison and Jerreod knew each other for over 15 years, but it wasn’t until a special trip to Paris that these best friends developed a deeper bond. The couple really wanted to be hands-on with the planning of their wedding so they chose to get married at the Easley Family Farms for its beautiful grounds and laid back feel. Read below to see how this artist bride took her love for the arts and incorporated them and their unique family cultures into their June 20th wedding.
Since the couple was having an outdoor summer wedding they provided their guests with homemade program fans and handmade eucalyptus essential oil sprays.
Their ceremony was completely unique! They paired the Hindu 7 sacred vows of marriage with 7 specific flowers that were assembled into a vase. Notice the way she included a paint can into her ceremony space!
Handcrafted signs could be found all around their wedding and reception space!
Paint-dipped mason jars and paint cans as flower pots, tea lights with planted succulents and other bold and artsy elements made appearances throughout the day.
How about this for getting their guests involved and keeping up with the art theme?! They had a canvas guest book for guests to paint their wishes, date night Jenga, and the bride created a cartoon coloring book of Jerreod and herself for the guests to help color!
I truly loved this couples’ bold use of color and artistic flair that made their day a beautifully unique one! Congrats to this stunning couple.
Photographer: Evan Chung Photography / DJ: Amos Productions /Decor: Amos Production / Groomsman Attire: Anatoly’s Tailors / Caterer: Barbara Llewellyn Catering and Event Planning / Event Venue: Easley Family Farms / Event Planner: Linen & Lilac / Dress Designer: Maggie Sottero / Floral Designer: Making Arrangements / Invitation Designer: Wedding Paper Divas /
Absolutely incredible wedding, love the creativity and emotions.
love the canvas guest book idea….very creative!
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So excited to see this come together! Great team, lovely and unique vision by Allison! Cheers!