The Mt. Pisgah Arboretum, a 209-acre living tree museum, was a picturesque backdrop for this couple on their wedding day. A color palette of sage green, blush pink and cream complimented the beauty of their natural surroundings. The bride was an ethereal sight in a lace gown and gorgeous mantilla style veil.
The bride and groom shared their handwritten vows in front of a beautiful arbor surrounded by friends and family, and celebrated their love at the White Oak Pavilion with their favorite dessert – a funfetti cutting cake.
Our couple added unique touches of wine to their special day, since wine tasting and exploring new wineries is something they love to do together. During their ceremony they took part in a unity wine pouring, where they combined their favorite wines into a custom wine carafe and then each took a drink. They also created unique wine labels, which were placed on bottles of wine that acted as the table numbers. The bride and groom plan to drink them each year on their corresponding anniversary.
When asked to recall her favorite moment, the bride responded, “My favorite memory from the whole day was during our ceremony. John was reciting his vows and got a little choked up (his voice cracked and he shed a couple tears), and it was the most genuine moment of the entire day. Just when I thought I couldn’t be any more in love with him, he proved me wrong.”
Vendor Dream Team:
Venue: Mount Pisgah Arboretum
Photographer: Barak Shrama with The Pros, American Wedding Group
Videographer: Committed Films
Caterer: Cravings Fine Foods
Rental Company: Glass Slipper Rentals