Madison and Tyler were one of our first rescheduled “Covid couples” that were originally supposed to be married in March of 2020. Their dream wedding day got pushed back, but luckily they were still able to do everything as originally planned, just at a later date. We were so thrilled when a spring wedding turned summer, and we were able to celebrate their special day in August… even if it was a little later than originally planned.
Madison and her eleven (!!) bridesmaids got ready at our very own Wheeler cottages. The ladies spent their morning getting their hair.makeup done and spending quality time together celebrating Madison.
The wedding party was complete with 10 groomsmen, 2 ring bearers and 3 flower girls in addition to all the bridesmaids! It was so special to see how this couple had so many important people in their lives to be a part of this day.
The family helped with flowers, hair, and makeup all throughout the morning. The bride wore a 2-piece gown from BHLDN, and the lovely bridesmaids wore neutral dresses from Show Me Your Mumu. The different styles of dresses looked great in photos, and the color worked really well for this time of year as well– thank goodness!
Once the bridesmaids arrived at the venue, Madison and Tyler were all set for their first look. This moment took place besides The Wheeler house with the bride walking around the corner to see her groom for the first time on their wedding day!
The couple’s photographer, Logan Simmons, really captured the beauty of their relationship in this moment. The photos also featured the stunning backdrops located around our The Wheeler House property. We are obsessed with this shot that includes all three of our spaces– the house, outdoor space, and barn!
The ceremony and reception both took place inside the barn, a spot that can be used for the whole evening, just the reception, or can serve as the back-up rain plan space for couples doing their ceremony outdoors. This inside space, complete with white drapery and a large chandelier, was a dreamy set-up for this special evening.
After the ceremony, guests were served beer, wine, and moscow mules as a signature cocktail while the wedding party finished up photos. The bridal party got introduced to the sound of “Forever” by Chris Brown, and from there the party began!
The cake was simple and classic, the table details were beautiful neutrals, and the dance floor was popping all night long. We especially loved seeing some of the adorable kids at the event hit the dance floor!
The couple ended their night with a sparkler send-off under the twinkling string lights. This postponed event turned out to be a picture perfect wedding day! For this couple specifically, 2020 is certainly looking up– ending their year as Mr. and Mrs. Brasfield!