WINNING PAIR: Jack's tux from Grady Ervin & Co. paired perfectly with Laura's formal Romona Keveza gown from Maddison Row.
HANDIWORK: Bridesmaid Rosalyn McKoon hand-stenciled the couple's green monogram on muslin favor bags of grits.
A TASKET: Sweetgrass baskets held ceremony programs
which guests picked up as they entered the church.
SOUTHERN FLAIR: Dainty hydrangeas and roses were bedded in cotton and Spanish moss to add a Lowcountry touch to standard aisle liners.
BUNCHES OF BLOOMS: Laura's bouquet of pink and white peonies and roses was tied off with the sash from her mother's wedding dress. Bridesmaids carried ranunculus and palmetto roses.
HOW DASHING: Cotton bolls from Jack's family farm made charming boutonnieres.
MEMORY LANE: Laura’s favorite moment of the day? “Jack’s sweet face waiting for me at the end! We both felt a lot of love in that church!”
WARM WELCOME: Don crafted cotton boll wreaths for the church doors. After the ceremony they were moved to the reception at The William Aiken House.
FRUIT ON TOP: Newnan
florist Don Nixon used fresh green pears to accent crisp hydrangeas
HOMESPUN: The mother of the groom sewed accent pillows with elegantly subtle prints from GDC Home to lend a personal touch to sofas from Ooh! Events.
METALWORK: Sterling silver trays adorned each table. “What made them so special for me was the fact that they weren't rented
” explains Laura. The bride had them rounded up from family friends in her parents’ hometown