This beautiful boho barn wedding at Abby Manor will take your breath away!    The love these two have for each other shines through these images and Lindsey’s make-up is flawless. Bianca with Native Beauty Bar did a fantastic job!! Waffle house catered this wedding and every single guest got an all-star meal!  Overall this boho barn wedding was elegant, fun, and all around amazing.

The Coordinated Bride Lindsey shares all of the details below.

Our big day consisted of so many things! Many ideas came from Pinterest. We both have a love for rustic things and I love anything shabby chic. The colors we chose were many shades of gold, a dusty mauve and a vintage blue with tones of brown.

For the ceremony, my pawpaw built my arch out of barn wood and market finds and we used an old canopy for the sheer drapery.  We also found most of the quilts for the bench seating at local consignment and thrift shops. Me and my mom decorated the wine bottles and mason jars with lots of glitter and rope for centerpieces. We also made a big hanging garland for the favor table. Our venue was gorgeous so it didn’t take a lot of decor.

My bouquet was made up of lots of greenery, cotton and white garden roses. The grooms pendant was cotton and greenery. Bridesmaids and groomsmen had lots of babies breath which I think a very clean looking. We just used cotton as centerpieces, they are very rustic looking and just looked really cute in the decorated bottles. My grandma brought vines from her garden to drape over our arch which was really special.

I wanted BBQ and Bubba wanted Tacos but we both love breakfast so we thought the Waffle House food truck would be really cute and we knew everyone would love it. My favorite part of my wedding was our first dance and just being surrounded by our closest friends and family.

I love off white dresses that’s why I went with a cream colored gown. I started off on Pinterest just like everyone else and instantly fell in love with Essence of Australia and that is the designer i went with. The sleeves and lace on my dress were so me and the ruffles and fullness of the bottom part was just really southern and gorgeous. Bubba decided he wanted to wear jeans the moment he proposed. We spent many weekends traveling to find the perfect vest. We had it customized, brown and the front and blue/tan paisley on the back- which looked perfect. The groom/groomsmen ties matched the bridesmaids perfectly. He was the only one to wear a jacket and it was more of a tan color with brown buttons which pulled everything together.

We met in high school. We had the same group of friends and literally hung out every weekend but never spoke to each other. After high school, i texted him and basically made the first move. The night he proposed, he took me to dinner and then to the fair. We were playing a game and my entire family came up behind me holding up a sign that said “will you marry me?” and we I turned around he was on one knee. One of the best days of my life.

The entire day I was crying, ALL DAY. The most special moment was just walking down the aisle and him turning around and seeing me for the first time. It was just really special and I felt so perfect.

Congratulations to the couple and special thanks to Kayla Duffey Photography for sharing these beautiful images.

Vendor Collaboration

Photographer: Kayla Duffey Photography @kayladuffeyphotography // Specialty Foods: Waffle House // Groomsman Attire: Jos. A Bank // Floral Designer: Bedazzled Flower Shop // Makeup Artist: Native Beauty Bar // Dress Store: J. Andrews Bridal // Event Venue: Abby Manor Events // Submitted via Two Bright Lights