Amy and Michael’s wedding day elegantly combined a rustic style wedding with their passion for traveling. The bridesmaids dresses were a shade of Cornflower blue that balanced well with the sunflower bouquets they held. While the groomsmen were suited up in a charcoal grey suit ready to serve along in the bridal party. But the ones excitedly waiting for their big day were the bride and groom awaiting to be married as one.
Wedding Day Details
The ceremony took place outdoors, with a breathtaking view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The bride walked down the aisle in a white lace sweetheart dress as her long tail dress followed behind, as the groom waited for her at the end of the aisle in his formal US Army Uniform. After the ceremony, the festivities continued in a rustic yet elegant barn. Each table was named after a country, with mini luggage as party favors for the guests. The chairs resembled wooden branches and sunflower centerpieces sat upon wood log slices. The table of honor had chairs with wooden cutouts spelling Mr. and Mrs., vintage luggages ready to travel, and a wooden sign spelling ‘The Adventure Begins.’ The adventure began at their joyful wedding as they cut their 4 layer cake with Michael’s Army Sword, which had sunflowers climbing to the top where a wooden letter ‘H’ sat for the newlywed Mr. and Mrs. Holcomb.
Carolina Wedding Films (Nick Dezern)