Perfect peach and blue wedding with DIY flowers in North Carolina
Like many couples, Audrey and Pierce were forced to postpone their wedding festivities due to Covid and were finally able to celebrate with their loved ones on their first anniversary. Audrey took the lead on designing the wedding and became a florist for the occasion, creating beautiful floral designs with the help of her aunts. With a soft dreamy color palette of pink, peach and pale blue, it was the perfect summer wedding at Hawkesdene in North Carolina, captured by Fine Art Curation member McSween Photography.
Audrey and Pierce said 'I do' again under a row of gorgeous trees that line the driveway at the Hawkesdene Estate, with their family pub as ring bearer, before enjoying an alfresco dinner and champagne pop on top of the mountain.
From Tanya at McSween Photography: "During the ceremony, Audrey’s mom read a sweet passage from the Velveteen Rabbit…“Real isn’t how you are made,” said the horse. “It’s a thing that happens to you. When a child loves you for a long, long time, not just to play with, but REALLY loves you, then you become real.” It was a really sentimental moment, accompanied by many tears!"
Photographer: McSween Photography | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Dress Designer: Morilee | Invitation Suite: Wide Eyes Paper Co. | Venue: Hawkesdene | Cake: Hawkesdene | Hair & Make-up: LBH Make-up | Hairstylist: Bobby Pinning | Flowers: DIY by bride, sourced from Flower Moxie and Fifty Flowers