This vintage park wedding by Holly Cromer, Photographer is so sweet! The soft florals combined with vintage touches really make for a special event. The setting of a state park created the most beautiful backdrop for their day. So lovely!
Here is a little bit about what Sarah had to say about the planning of her wedding day…
When we first started planning our wedding, Chris and I had very different opinions about our “dream wedding.” I wanted a small, immediate-family-only, wedding while Chris imagined something much larger. While a large wedding wasn’t what I wanted, I didn’t want the wedding day to be “my” day, I wanted it to be “our” day. I knew Chris deserved to have as much say in wedding planning as I did (and boy did he!). We sat down and each listed the three things about our wedding day that were most important to us. For me, it was the invitations, the flowers, an overall cohesive look/feel, and my dress (I cheated and picked four things). Chris cared most about the food (especially the cake), providing good times for guests, and sweetly enough, he also cared my dress because he wanted to make sure I felt beautiful.
How sweet, and I love how they compromised and also took the time to talk to each other about the most important things about their day. Chris and Sarah will both be able to look back and reflect upon a perfect day that incorporated both of their ideas. Take a peek into their wonderful day!
- Cake – Granny Ruth’s Bakery
- Catering – Blue Moon Catering
- Design and Decor – Letterpress Expressions
- Floral Design – Personal Touch Florist
- Musicians – Whitetop Mountain Band
- Photography – Holly Cromer, Photographer
- Venue – Grayson Highlands State Park