This fall wedding shoot in Georgia is as American as apple pie! Okay we can't take credit for all apple pies the Dutch make a pretty great one too, But the cozy, small town feel of this autumn apple picking inspired day is sure to transport you to the American South.
Red delicious decor, Honeycrisp accented bouquets and a pickup bed cake table surrounded piles of Gala's and Fuji's, it is safe to say this gorgeous shoot is the apple of our eye! You can see more of this inspiration dreamed up by Studio 83 Content Creation and photographed by Andie Freeman Photography by visiting the full gallery here!
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From Studio 83 Content Creation: When I came across the lovely Walnut Hill Farm in Jefferson, GA with it's stunning landscape but intimate, country feel, I couldn't think of a better theme for a wedding inspiration than apples. Nestled in the foothills, Walnut Hill Farm provides multiple backdrops for inspiration. We chose to have our ceremony under the large walnut tree that anchors the property.
Event designer and florist, Greg Hall, created an amazing ceremony vista complete with a rustic arbor lavishly draped in deep apple red crushed velvet and bracketed by two large candelabra. For seating, he provided white washed pews and adorned them with vases filled with apples for pew markers. Of course, you can't have a wedding without the invitations and Tigerlily Invitations set the mood perfectly with an apple themed stationery suite in a modern brush calligraphy.
Sweet And Delicious
To take advantage of the landscape of the venue, our reception was set up outdoors. Three table inspirations were provided with lush florals and high end linens. Vintage English Teacup adorned the tables with elegant mismatched china in red toile with brown accents. Menus were unique to each table and the escort cards were pinned atop each place setting with an apple. Mismatched red and gold antique glassware from the Shabby Chic Cottage graced each place setting.
And our cake? Oh who can forget that fabulous cake?!?! Classic City Confections provided a naked ombre cake that was adorned with fresh flowers and apples. The top tier was ombre vanilla, the second tier started off in pink and then darkened to burgundy, and the bottom tier was an ombre chocolate. It had the place of honor in the back of the vintage truck that sits on the property. It was joined by miniature apple pies in adorable cast iron skillets to complete the look.