Cory and Amanda tied the knot at The Stables at Strawberry Creek in Knoxville, Tennessee. The bride's family has a history of collecting beautiful and unique antiques. We love how this was a central inspiration for her stunning DIY wedding. Each and every detail is stunning, but a few of our favorite DIY's created by this sweet couple includes the dessert table and the eucalyptus garland centerpieces. They also crafted the long farm table for their guest to enjoy the family style dinner that was served, refurbished and antique hutch that displayed their delicious sweat treats, the quest book, all the wedding signs, and the beautiful wooden arbor where they exchanged their vows. This couple is truly talented making their day magical and everything they had dreamed!
Cory and Amanda had a handfasting ceremony that included their sweet boy, Finley. This ceremony incorporated water purification, and they had their hands bound with red ribbon.... a sign of good luck.
The Stables at Strawberry Creek were the perfect backdrop for the reception!
They chose a delicious assortment of desserts from Magpies Bakery. They had all kinds of different cupcakes and fresh baked mini pies. You can see the beautiful hutch that was restored by Amanda to hold all of these deserts, including their single tiered red velvet cake with cream cheese scrapped frosting with dipped caramel. Blackberries and fresh figs garnished the top. Since Cory and Amanda also share a love for donuts, they had a table filled with them from Makers Donuts. All the details of this bride and groom's day was captured by the talented Jenn Blackburn.
Congrats Cory and Amanda! We are so happy for you!.... xo Amy
Event Planning and Design: Stressless Weddings By Megan
Flowers: Rose Moss Designs
Groom and His Men: The Belle and The Beau
Jewelry: Queen Of Heirs
Officiants: Reverend Sandy Tracy, MDiv
Photographer: Jenn Blackburn Photography
Rentals: Sassy Settings Mismatched China and Tabletop Rentals
Wedding Dresses: Saldana Vintage