Jessie & Harrison’s English Garden Wedding

Jessie and Harrison had a large wedding with an intimate feel at their home church. It was marked by faith, sweet moments, elegant details, and anchored by an English Garden theme. We loved being a part of their gorgeous day.

Prep Time

The Ceremony

The couple wanted to keep the ceremony itself private, but the images of the couple with their attendants speak volumes. 

The Details

The church was decorated in the English Garden theme, as was their lovely large reception tent. A beautiful spot behind the church designed by the florists at English Garden, bride Jessie and Premier’s Tara and the various elements transformed the space into an English Garden Party with hanging greenery and twinkle lights. The soft lighting, color palette and floral arrangements gave the space a light and romantic feel. Guests enjoyed a custom menu from Fords Fluent n’ Food, complete with a dessert flambé station.

Personal touches also included a “boxwood wall” borrowed from another of our Premier brides, as well as a book for guests to sign with favorite or inspirational Bible verse.

The Couple

This sweet couple had some time alone to exchange notes and get away from the party briefly. From beginning to end, their day was lovely and we wish Jessie and Harrison many decades of joy.

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Vendor info:
Wedding & Reception Venue: Christ Sanctified Holy Church
Caterer: Ford Fluent n’ Food @fluentnfood
Wedding Cake: Whole Foods 

Photographer:
 Krista Stevens @kristastevensphotography
Hair & Makeup: WINK @winkhairandmakeup
Florals: English Garden @englishgardenraleigh
Rentals: CE Rentals @ce_rental_raleigh
Wedding Planners: Premier Party Planners @tara_premierpartyplanners 

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