After hearing that Laura is an architect, we probably shouldn’t be too surprised that these two lovebirds found such an awesome venue like The Cotton Warehouse in Monroe, Georgia for their wedding. Yeah, this space is pretty neat. Laura says, We wanted a rustic architectural venue and loved the contrast of the soft flowering garden for the ceremony with the aged wood interior of the warehouse for the candlelit reception. I fell in love with a candlelit, rustic, secret garden feel. Here are the rest of Paperlily Photography’s stunning pics to take us into the long weekend…
Laura’s garden-inspired bouquet recipe: coral and peach roses, ivory ranunculus, viburnum, purple lisianthus, dusty miller, blue veronica, and Queen Anne’s lace
The band at Laura + Kenneth’s reception played “Give Me a Kiss To Build a Dream On” by Louis Armstrong for their first dance.
Vintage ladders for the escort card display? We’ll take it!
Such unique and inspiring centerpieces.
Love it when there are a couple black and white shots thrown into the mix. Congrats Laura + Kenneth!
Now we’re signing off for the long weekend, but we’ll see you all back here on Tuesday. Hugs and kisses!
Photographer: Paperlily Photography / Videographer: Leo Felix / Event Coordinator: Tina Jordan / Hair & Makeup: Sego Salon / Florist & Catering: Beyond Details / Cake: Sugar Kneads Cakery / Invitation Designer: Bride’s family / Bride’s Dress: Ronald Joyce from Bride Beautiful / Shoes: Unlisted / Veil: Bride’s mother’s / Engagement Ring: Shane Company / Wedding Band: Ritani / Groom’s Suit: Perry Ellis / Wedding Band: Jeff Cooper / Bridesmaids Dresses: Belsoie / Groomsmen Suits: Perry Ellis