Perri and Scott’s wedding day has been one I’ve been looking forward to for forever! Their wedding at the White Sparrow Barn was seriously one of the most gorgeous days ever. The all white barn was the perfect setting for the blush and greenery palette Perri planned! On top of that, she picked out such a talented team of vendors that were so fun to work with! I loved how each vendor truly wanted to create the best day possible for Perri.
Perri looked absolutely stunning in her wedding gown from the Blushing Bride! To kick it up a notch, she changed into a bridal jumpsuit for the reception! SERIOUSLY?! She has the coolest style! After Perri changed into her jumpsuit at the reception, we all snuck out for some bonus bride and groom portraits. These turned out absolutely KILLLLLER thanks to the smoke bombs and sparklers Perri had! I love stealing my couples away during the reception if we have time to get a few night-time shots! They’re always so fun and such a unique way to highlight their venue or make an extra use of their grand exit materials (like the sparklers)!
One of my favorite aspects of the wedding was seeing how big of a role Perri and Scott’s families played in each little section of the day. From the first look with Perri’s dad, to their mothers lighting a unity candle, and the roses on chairs in honor of their grandparents in Heaven, Perri and Scott thought of every way to honor their families. Perri also had her grandmothers serve as the flower girls–so cute! Scott had one of his students/players as the ring bearer, and I thought that was a special way to tie in their other circles of “family!”
Enjoy a few of my favorites from their big day at the White Sparrow! Perri and Scott didn’t see each other until the ceremony, so whenever she heard his voice for the first time she was so excited!! So sweet!! Also, how fun are Perri’s dad’s socks?! haha. The farmhouse tables and blush chair rentals from Coral Lane helped continue the blush theme throughout the reception! They tied the space together so well! Perri’s dad’s toast was so sweet because he said his best advice for couples is to see their relationship as a triangle. Them at the bottom ends, and God at the top. As long as they grow closer to God on that metaphorical triangle, they’ll grow closer to one another as well. So so true and powerful! Loved these marquee signs from Coral Lane!! I need an apartment sized-one! haha.
Venue | The White Sparrow Barn
Planning | Emerald Aisle Events
Bridesmaids’ Dresses | Show Me Your Mumu
Videographer | Joy Neville
Calligraphy | Kristin Smith
Hair and Makeup | The Styling Stewardess
Catering | Texas Catering
Cake | The Butterfly Cake Factory
Florals | Teri’s Floral, Teri Praslicka
DJ | DJ Question Mark
Rentals | Coral Lane