Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Wedding of Courtney and Ross: Handmade Signs and Mason Jars

Courtney and Ross of Belton, South Carolina tied the knot at Lenora's Legacy on a sunny May 10th afternoon. Their wedding was full of special DIY details that looked amazing on the grounds and in the Peach Shed Pavilion. Azalea blooms provided beauty, along with abundant mock orange blossoms and white viburnum. Thanks to the cooler spring, even the pansies were thriving. Enjoy all the beauty of Ross and Courtney's special Day!

Courtney's father made all the handmade signs with the cute sayings and directional arrows. They are such a warm and welcoming touch, don't you think?

The bridesmaids were so cute and colorful in their coral and yellow dresses with cowboy boots!

 More of the father of the bride's fantastic handmade signs.

I really liked the idea of painting the Mason jars at each table. The splash of color really popped against the old wood of the Peach Shed. It was a great detail.

Aren't the photos of Ross's proposal to Courtney so romantic?

 How about the cake? Branches and blossoms provided such an artistic element on the delicious icing. I couldn't image a lovelier spring wedding cake.

Did you see Jessica and Taylor's wedding photos from last week? If not, be sure to check them out. Come back soon for more photos from spring weddings at Lenora's Legacy!

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