Images: melbeephotography LLC
Country club weddings aren’t usually my thing, but when I saw a flower crown on BOTH the bride and the groom’s heads during the ceremony, I thought this one deserved a second look. Turns out it was full of really cool details, mostly surrounding the groom’s Serbian heritage. The family traveled from overseas to be with the newlyweds and the ceremony included Serbian touches like plum whiskey (I’ve had this before – it’s STRONG), a crowning ceremony, and readings that were translated into Serbian!
Check out the full wedding and some insight from the Bride on the blog today.
When we were planning our wedding, my husband and I knew we wanted to create a timeless feel with a number of personalized details to make the day extra special. We are still shocked by how amazing everything came together.
The lavender floral arrangements exceeded my expectations, the music was upbeat and had everyone on the dance floor, and the food was absolutely fantastic.
In addition, we were able to incorporate a number of Serbian traditions into our ceremony to reflect my husband’s culture and upbringing. We were so lucky to have family and friends that contributed their talents to our wedding.
Our family members baked delicious treats for our dessert table, my aunt styled my hair for the wedding, and my husband’s aunt created our wedding cake.
All in all, it was a perfect day that truly represented my husband and myself and celebrated the wonderful family and friends that are in our lives.
Vendors –> Photographer: melbeephotography LLC | Bridesmaid Dresses: Ann Taylor Weddings | Brides Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Bride’s Dress: BHLDN | Ceremony & Event Venue: Chantilly National Country Club | Event Planner: Designed Perfectly Events | Groomsman Attire:Jos A Bank | DJ: Premier DJ Services | Makeup Artist: Tica Beauty | Floral Designer: Vintage Floral Design | Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas | Submitted via Two Bright Lights