A Little Bit Country: Taylor & Brandon in Mooresville, NC

Bride and groom surrounded by their bridal party — cowboy hats required!
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The couple strove for a celebration that showcased country elegance — reflecting their personalities and roots. To that end, they worked with a predominantly earth-toned color palette: brown with hints of peach, green and blue, to complement the bucolic theme. Here, a wagon was decorated with flowers and a mass of deer antlers that had been collected by the bride’s late father.
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The groom’s cream-colored peony boutonnière.
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Their biggest splurge: A custom-built reception pavilion. Outside, guests found a lounge area with fire pits overlooking the lake, a photo booth and two tents. One served as the women’s lounge, offering custom perfumes, the other, the men’s lounge, was stocked with cigars and vintage whiskey. 
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The reception décor featured wooden tables with towering floral arrangements, candles galore and hand-crocheted lace doilies. The escort card table is punctuated with a lush floral arrangement (designed by David Tutera) of hydrangea, peonies, lilacs and fern.
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The ceremony programs feature the couple’s wedding monogram logo, bound by branches.
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The escort cards are displayed on rustic birch logs.
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