There is something especially romantic about a historic resort nestled among the trees that just screams wedding destination, making Berry Hill Resort the perfect place for Maggie and Mike’s romantic spring wedding.

I started working with Maggie and her family early on in the planning process and couldn’t be happier with how everything came together. The ceremony took place on the front lawn of the main mansion followed by cocktails and hors’ d’oeuvres inside. Guests were then welcomed into the main ballroom and courtyard for the reception to celebrate the newlyweds.

Although Berry Hill is beautiful on it’s own, no wedding would be complete without personal touches from the Bride and Groom. Maggie and Mike’s wedding was no exception. From including their dog Patterson in the ceremony and the groom’s cake design, to using a family heirloom sword to cut the cake, it was obvious the couple went to great lengths to make their wedding their own. Oh, and did I mention they had big screen tv’s playing the UNC game under the courtyard tent!? Certainly a first for me, but in the planning world, anything is possible!

Of course, such a spectacular wedding wouldn’t be possible without a team of awesome vendors. See below for links to each of the vendors that helped make this wedding one for the books!

No wedding would be possible without the help of an amazing team of vendors.

VenueBerry Hill Resort

Rentals: Classic Party Rentals

PhotographyElizabeth Messina Photography

Florist: JT Miller

Ceremony Musicians: Brenda Fincher & Co.

Reception BandKustom Made

Wedding & Groom’s Cake: La Bella Torta

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