Angela and Justin were married on November 3, 2012 in the beautiful gardens of Glendalough Manor. The couple could not have asked for a more perfect backdrop for their Fall wedding. Glendalough Manor in the Fall is surrounded by trees with leaves in red, orange and yellow making a stunning location for a November wedding.
The bride chose an ivory lace Allure bridal gown and tied an ivory satin sash at her waist. Her bridesmaids wore one shoulder full length dresses in a radiant shade of blue. They accented their blue gowns with yellow shoes! The groomsmen wore gray tuxes with the groom wearing a gray tie and the groomsmen matching the bridesmaids with a blue tie.
The bride and her bridesmaids carried bouquets from Blueberry Spring Florist. The bride carried a bouquet filled with yellow calla lilies, sunflowers with touches of green hydrangea and hypericum berries. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of yellow sunflowers and green hypericum berries.
The couple had a heartfelt ceremony under the pergola and enjoyed the beautiful weather by taking some of the most gorgeous pictures in the gardens.
One of A Kind Music Productions kept the party going all night.
Congratulations to Angela and Justin from the entire family at Glendalough Manor. It was truly an honor to be a part of your day!
On September 28, 2012 Joseph and Jessica invited one hundred of their closest friends and family to witness their beautiful ceremony and reception at Glendalough Manor. The couple met at Mercer University in Macon, GA in American Government, a class Jessica says she didn’t need to take for a nursing degree but she is thankful took it!
Since we had so many amazing pictures from Brandelyn Photography we had a hard time narrowing down which pictures to use. Since I couldn’t quite choose, I decided to split this wedding in to two parts so you could catch every detail of this beautiful wedding!
The day started off with the bride and her bridesmaids getting ready in the bridal suite at Glendalough Manor. The talented Marsha at Ensynergy Facial Spa came to Glendalough to do the brides makeup.
Jessica chose a stunning gown by Casablanca which had a sweetheart neckline and crystal embellishments at the waist. To me, the bottom of the dress was the most unique with the fabric sewn to look like hundreds of roses. It gave such a soft and romantic feeling to the dress.
I love that Jessica chose her “something blue” as her wedding shoes! It matched perfectly with the blue of the bridesmaids dresses.
She accented her gown with pearls around her neck, crystal and pearl teardrop earrings and a delicate headband of crystals in her hair. The bridesmaids wore vibrant tea length blue dresses with pearl earrings.
Ciao Bella Weddings helped with the floral design and did an incredible job helping Jessica’s vision come to life. The bride carried a bouquet of white and blue hydrangea, yellow roses and calla lilies, blue delphinium and blue irises all tied in a white satin ribbon. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of white hydrangea, yellow roses and yellow ranunculus tied with a yellow satin ribbon.
For the groom, Joseph, he wore his military dress blue uniform. His groomsmen wore traditional black suits with yellow ties and a calla lily boutonniere with a sprig of blue delphinium.
The bride and groom decided on a “First Look” before the ceremony. This is where the bride and groom see each other for the first time without anyone else around. It gives them time to talk and ease nerves as well as always extra time for pictures. Joseph waited in the gardens while Jessica came up behind him and tapped him on the shoulder. The couple took a few emotional minutes by themselves. The incredibly talented photographers at Brandelyn Photography do an awesome job of capturing the moment while giving the bride and groom the space they need.
Make sure to read our blog tomorrow to see the rest of this beautiful wedding at Glendalough Manor!
I would have to say blue and yellow weddings are some of my favorite. Pantone came out with the top colors for 2012 with soladite blue and solar power being among them. These colors work perfectly together to make a timeless and beautiful color combination.
Blue and yellow are great for any season but especially work in the summer with the bright yellow flowers. Pairing this color combination with ivory is the perfect way to accent the colors and break up the boldness of each color.
My favorite part about a blue and yellow wedding are the gorgeous blue bridesmaids dresses paired with bright yellow bouquets that looks beautiful against the darker dresses and will show up great for photography.
Some brides are evening using soladite blue, solar power and hints of gray and/or green as accent colors which give a more earthy casual feel to the wedding.
For the reception tables you can choose to use more yellow or more blue in your linens. My favorite look is to go with an all blue or patterned blue overlay and use yellow flowers that will stand out and be seen on the tables.
Leave us your thoughts on this yellow and blue wedding color combination!! We want to hear what you think!