DOWN BY THE RIVER: Majestic oaks paired with breathtaking waterside scenery made Lowndes Grove the perfect spot for the ceremony and reception.
POP OF COLOR: Yellow roses with blue delphinium accents made for simple
JUST PICKED: In keeping with the wedding's casual feel
and hydrangea were loosely dropped into metal buckets.
HANGING OUT: Wedding designer Stacey Fraunfelter of Red Letter Events hung garlands of white dendrobium from blue ribbons looped around three branches.
ICY DELIGHT: Paper umbrellas and martini glasses dressed up classic summer snow cones.
SIT BACK: Comfy wicker furniture and custom-made throw pillows gave the outdoor lounge areas a homey feel.
PUPPY LOVE: Furry friends Moose (Sarah's rescue doggie) and Rusty (Jamie's Pembroke Corgi) were decked out in wreaths by Lotus Flower.
BEST DRESSED: Sarah's linen Priscilla of Boston frock and Jamie's pinstriped JoS. A. Bank suit were as comfortable as the atmosphere.
FEAST YOUR EYES: Fish restaurant served upscale Southern brunch fare—shrimp and grits cakes drizzled with chorizo gravy and fried green tomato eggs Benedict.
SMART CHOICE: With its sweeping trees and serene view of the marsh
the plantation's surroundings drove the light-touch approach to décor. Here
Stacey placed understated centerpieces atop small reception tables and hung Chinese lanterns overhead.
GROOVE THING: Triple Lindy's folksy tunes got guests dancing.
TUTTI FRUTTI: For favors
Sarah's mom assembled fabric-lined baskets
which were filled with peaches her dad brought from a local farm.
WEDDING SHOWER: "Absorb the day
" advises Sarah
who changed into this Aidan Maddox dress before leaving the reception."Seeing all your loved ones is something you'll want to remember!"
SOMETHING BLUE: Post-reception
the couple zoomed off in a 1976 Caddy and headed to the airport. Within 24 hours
they were honeymooning in Hawaii.