Photography by Kristyn Hogan
The love between Emily and Matt Sharpe is a flame that warms everything near them. And on November 10, even nature responded with a brilliant blaze of color at their Cedarwood wedding. This amazing day is why we love November weddings and this amazing couple is why we love weddings. Unbridled joy was the focus of the day and Emily and Matt were the source.
Emily’s fondness for vintage Mason jars and bottles in aqua and purple shades anchored her color palette and paved the way for a heap of southern chic styling. Since music was the connection that brought them together, Matt and Emily named tables after their favorite bands to celebrate their relationship. One of the most unique aspects of their wedding design was the custom paper goods by Designs in Paper — using heart-joined shapes of their home states, Alabama and Indiana, as the anchoring logo. Vintage lace doilies, lots of Mason jars and colored glass, sweet tea, cowboy boots and southern hospitality were Emily’s celebration formula: “effortless details and touches that make guests feel at home but also have a lasting impression.” Kristyn Hogan‘s fantastic photography shares just how perfectly Emily and Matt did just that.
Thanks Emily and Matt for the grace and beauty you bestowed on Cedarwood! We hope your flame grows brighter each day. Thanks also to our friends, Kristyn and Matt Hogan, for your ability to capture the essence of love through your photography, and for sharing your work with us.
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