Melissa + Eric were college sweethearts who met as teenagers at camp. After reuniting with Melissa in Nashville and proposing on campus under a gazebo, translating the Southern romance into Southern wedding style looks practically effortless. Ribbon details looked marvelous swaying in the wind and even better dressed up with calligraphy! Melissa’s sister wrote “Love in the Life – That is Paradise” on the ribbon wrapped around Melissa’s white rose bouquet. We love how easy it was to personalize, but how sweet it looks! From the flower girl’s banner to the vine-draped altar, Melissa’s + Eric’s ceremony sings sweet Southern love. The reception at Front Porch Farms in Nashville was a good ole Southern party full of classic details. I’m head over heels for their long farm tables dressed with monogrammed burlap runners, white flowers and silver details. And you guys know, everything is better with string lights! The shabby chic dessert bar was made with the help of Melissa’s sister, who baked and decorated their three-tiered cake, which looks mighty delicious! Of course, it wouldn’t be a proper Southern fete without peach cobbler pie, which stood among the cupcakes and frosted treats. The real treat, in my opinion, were the fireworks and sky lanterns that entertained the guests throughout the night. We can’t thank Phindy Studios enough for sending this one our way!
Feeling good on the big day: I feel finer than a frog’s hair split four ways and sanded twice.