images by: lindsey a. miller | written by: becky starkey
A wedding is one of the rare occasions when all of your family and friends gather together for a joyous event. The ceremony and reception may form the backbone of a wedding weekend, but everyone knows the festivities start as soon as guests begin to arrive. While the guests get to soak in the whole experience, the bride and groom tend to miss some of the details while making the rounds on their big day. Extend your weekend with a Sunday post-wedding brunch, and end the weekend on a high note surrounded by your closest friends.
At first thought, the idea of adding another event to your agenda may sound like a lot to plan. The good news is a casual morning-after brunch with an open door policy can actually be quite simple to arrange. Everybody and their mother loves brunch, and after partying the night away, a belly full of food is most welcome. While you and your new spouse sip mimosas or Bloody Marys, you can share stories from the night before as family and friends drift in and out, saying their goodbyes.
photography Lindsey A. Miller Photography
design & styling Drewe Smith
hair + makeup Silverceiling Beauty Consulting
florals Beautiful Flowers by June
catering A Thyme Savor Catering
rentals Martha My Dear Rentals
invitations Lyndsey’s Fine Paper
spirits Dixie Southern Vodka
models Sarah and Will Musslewhite, Tyler Berry, Kelci DeFrancesco, Dana Laymon, Michael Ussery, Kayleigh Winslow
location Dawson’s Creek House
videography ThreeThirty Films