After the wedding bells and a short golf cart ride to the beautiful Liberty Hall at American Village, the night continued on with dinner and dancing. O’Carrs served up chili and gumbo alongside pork tenderloin, a baked potato bar, BBQ chicken lettuce boats and of course their famous chicken salad with fruit and cheese. A hot chocolate bar was a sweet winter touch to keep guests warm throughout the eventing. Graceful Tables provided navy pin-tucked linens and AKT designs had decked the hall in frosted eucalyptus and lambs ears with white roses and peonies, a lovely contrast with the navy linens. The chocolate brides cake was made by a dear family friend of the groom’s family. The guests danced the night away to music provided by a friend of the groom’s who is a DJ in Atlanta. The bride and groom were showered in “snow” as they left in a 1951 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith from Coats Classic Cars, this was a surprise for Leah that the groom’s family planned.
We are sad to say good bye to our first Birmingham Bride. Leah was lovely to work with and most grateful to all the family, friends and vendors who helped her wedding become a dream come true. Stayed tuned tomorrow we have one last post on all her wedding stationery provided by Holly Hollon and Southern Stationery.
Credits :: Photography, Stacy Richardson | Planner, Kalee Baker Events | Venue, American Village | Dress, Sareh Nouri from White Dresses | Hair and Makeup, Joanna Ballentine | Bridesmaids dresses, Lula Kate from Bella Bridesmaids | Flowers, AKT Designs | Catering, O’Carrs | Linens, Graceful Tables | Event Artist, Nicola Cochran | Paper Goods, Holly Hollon and Southern Stationery