As the Queen of Reality T.V., I’m pretty darn excited that Meg + Josh met while – wait for it – on the country music series Nashville Star. Talk about star-crossed lovers! My other favorite detail about this wedding at the rustic Southall Eden? The bridesmaids ahh-dorable red, yellow + white Anthropologie frocks and ruby red sandals. (The bouquets + bouttonieres, designed by A Village of Flowers, is a close third.) The bride, who wrote the song played during her big walk down the aisle, looked every bit the country superstar in a custom v-neck lace gown. Dawn Schenkel of Premier W.E.D. planned the outdoor wedding for these singing songbirds. I have to say, I sure do love The Parsons’ portraits of the bride and groom – especially the shoe (er – shoeless) shot! Meg + Josh moved the party indoors for a warm and rustic barn reception at Southall Eden designed by the fab folks at Vintage My Wedding. Anyone else think their reception venue looks like a real-life country dance hall just waiting for some line dancing and a few YEE-HAWS? Lisa Coffman with Unique Flavors Café & Catering prepared a proper Southern spread atop burlap and quilt-covered banquet tables. (Yes, guests sat on hay bales!) Naturally, M + J opted for live music at the reception. Visit Jeremy + Ashley Parsons’ slideshow from the rockin’ day here.
Overeaten at your wedding? Tell the server: I’ve had more than a-plenty!