Melanie & Jeremy in Decatur

As I live and work in Decatur, I'm always happy to meet newly engaged couples who believe that Decatur is totally awesome and a great place to get married.  And they further believe that "keeping it local" is the best way to do business.

Melanie and Jeremy chose The Courthouse on the Square and Wahoo! restaurant for their wedding day.  Two wonderful wedding/event venues in the city.

Melanie's color palette was soft grey, ivory and shades of yellow.  Here she carries down the aisle escorted by her mom, a bouquet of dahlias, button mums, yellow garden roses, stock, spray aster and dusty miller.

The sign-in book was located in the lobby of the Courthouse.

Gorgeous grey dresses on the bridesmaids and beautiful beaded floral necklaces.

Melanie and Jeremy saw each other before the ceremony so that they could spend more time with their guests after.  She actually didn't pin on the boutonniere, I did - but it makes a cute photo!

Close family members each received a flower in their seat at the start of the ceremony.  Later, they added the stems to a vase at the "altar" creating a 'family bouquet' - symbolizing the coming together of the two families.


 Table decor at Wahoo consisted of clusters of vintage vases filled with garden roses, queen anne's lace, spray aster, billy balls, mint, rosemary, chamomile, stock, football mums, ranunculus and dusty miller.


The escort table was set with individual favor vases that each guest collected and took to their assigned table, contributing to the centerpiece floral display.


A sweet and intimate Decatur wedding.  Congratulations Melanie and Jeremy!