Becky and Drew Greene were high school sweethearts who began dating in the 10th grade. They decided to get married on the very same grounds that Becky's parents were married over 25 years ago - Burritt on the Mountain. It was the perfect time of year at Burritt with cool weather and the leaves turning for fall. The ceremony was at sunset and gorgeous light streamed in to the Baron Bluff Lodge on the mountain.
All decor was handmade by the bride, family, and friends. From the coffee filter wreath at the ceremony to all the fall inspired cider bar. Such an incredible day filled with charm and delight. See more of this charming Alabama wedding in the full gallery here. All beautifully captured by Simply Bloom Photography, LLC.
Ready for some serious bridesmaid inspiration? Well ... we have a serious treat for you, Becky's bridesmaids were so well coordinated! They each wore different styles of dresses in hues of blush, taupe and gray, but they all have the same vintage style shoes on.
Mismatched mercury vases filled overflowing with white florals and handmade coffee wreath was the backdrop for the wedding ceremony.
The reception was a delight as friends ate, drank, laughed and danced at The Roundhouse. Guests were greeted by "you & me" photo gate, which included snapshots of the couple from the past 10 years.
A cider bar is such a great idea for a fall wedding. Becky and Drew's cider bar (complete with caramels, whipped cream, and cinnamon sticks in "S" "I" "P" mugs from Anthropologie. Clever idea ... right?