Matthew and I met Nick and Megan when we photographed their engagement session at Lake Lanier last summer. I loved that they went with that environment for their portraits as it echoed their wedding venue feel. They were married at Silver City Farm, nestled among the trees, a lake, and a rustic barn. The weather was cold, yet the love and warmth that the families displayed that day overshadowed the low temperatures. The ceremony took place inside the saloon style building on the property, with high ceiling and beautiful hanging chandeliers. There were amazing vintage touches and charm everywhere we looked. This place made us feel like we wanted to stay and sip a Coke (or hot chocolate) on the porch and transport us to a simpler time. As Megan entered through the saloon doors to walk to Nick, his expression said what we were all thinking; she looked gorgeous! The rich fall colors of her bouquet and the lace dress, conveyed timeless elegance. One of our favorite moments of the day was when their little girl toddled up them mid-ceremony just to give Nick a hug and run back to her Grandma. It was so precious! After the ceremony, we quickly took bridal party portraits by the lake (did we mention it was cold?) and walked with Nick and Megan to the antique town backdrop that had been set up on the property. We loved the bright colors of the old gas pumps, it made for some super stylish portraits. We hurried back inside to the warmth of the saloon (how cool is it that we get to say that??) and the merriment really began! Well into the night, friends and family danced the night away, celebrating alongside Nick and Megan. Thank you for inviting us to be a part of your vintage, country wedding!
-Dawn and Matthew