When Kelsey and Ben’s wedding day arrived, it was raining. The Carriage House has an awesome open barn but much of the festivities were to be held outside, including the ceremony. When we finished setting the tables with our vintage blue and white plates, blue goblets, and silver-plate flatware, it was still raining and arrangements were being made to move everything inside.
Of course, after this decision was made, the sky opened up just in time.
The tables looked fabulous, but the dessert and coffee tables were showstoppers! The cake table, covered with the bride’s grandmother’s lace overlay, presents these beautiful cakes that were made by the bride’s aunt. Placed on our cake stands, don’t they look delicious?
Congratulations, Kelsey and Ben, and best wishes! Everything turned out wonderfully and we always thought a rainy wedding day will create lasting memories. But, it also means good luck in your marriage.
“…a knot that becomes wet is extremely hard to untie – therefore, when you “tie the knot” on a rainy day, your marriage is supposedly just as hard to unravel!” How terrific is that!
Photographer – Timeless Photography
Flowers – Humble Umbel Farm (arranged by the bride’s aunt and sister-in-law)
Cakes – Bride’s Aunt
Dinner – Carrburitos
Vintage Tableware – Southern Vintage Table
Live music – Onyx Club Boys.
Venue –Chapel Hill Carriage House