A Soft Romantic Garden Wedding by Nadia D Photography

This wedding is so beautiful, I honestly wish I had been a guest so that I could have seen it in person! The couple, Wendy and Keith, were married in a gorgeous, soft garden wedding ceremony surrounded by a green hedged arch.  They kept the ceremony simple with a pink rose petal-lined aisle and flower-filled mason jars. Soft pastel centerpieces surrounded by silver mercury glass votives and vessels carried the understated, yet elegant look into the reception. And yes, those are their two sweet golden retrievers with pink ribbons tied around their leashes. Have a look!

Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography
Featured: The Knot // Photographed: Nadia D Photography

Photography: Nadia D Photography Bridal Gown: Judd Waddell  Bridal Salon: Bridals by Lori
Bridal Shoes: Toms Bridesmaid Dresses: Saison Blanche Bridesmaids  Cake/Bakery: Mark Fitchpatrick Designs Ceremony & Reception Site: Barnsley Gardens Resort  Ceremony Musicians: Christina McMilan, Violinist Dance Instructors: Arthur Murray Dance Studios, Alpharetta  DJ: Lethal Rhythms  Favors: Sari’s Candies Florist : Edge Design Group Hair Stylist: David Barron of Barron’s London Salon Invitations: William Arthur (Paper Affair)
His Wedding Rings: Solomon Brothers Fine Jewelry Her Wedding Rings and Engagement Ring: USAA Diamond & Jewelry Makeup: Alex Lucas Men’s Attire: Sam’s Tailor, Hong Kong Ties: Brooks Brothers Officiant: Dr. Ken Freshour Reception Music: Callaghan

> See all the photos from Wendy & Keith’s wedding

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Escort cards are extremely easy to personalize and an excellent way to bring in your wedding day colors -- from calligraphed seating cards set atop a textured linen to apples tagged with each guest's name or small personalized bundles of lavender tied off with string. Other ways to display escort cards: Pin them to a clothesline, post them on a board covered in color-coordinated ribbon, or incorporate them into your cocktail hour using personalized stirrers tagged with guests' names.
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