Georgia Mountain Rustic Wedding: Tara + Daniel


Located in the North Georgia Mountains, this rustic vintage style wedding really took my breath away. Starting with the beautiful vintage chic details this wedding also has a casual elegance about it that is just so perfect. Southern Rustic Weddings never seem to disappoint or skimp on style and this wedding is no different. Taking place at A Venue 2 Remember, Tara and Daniel decided to have an outdoor ceremony followed by a stunning reception with the mountains as the backdrop to it all. Thanks to LibbyPhoto for sharing this beautiful wedding with us today.

Sources – photography: LibbyPhoto / venue: A Venue 2 Remember / bridal shop: Bridal Sense / bridesmaid dresses: Macy’s / wedding coordinator: Diana Garber / floral design: Bruce Tropicals- Jasper, GA / catering: Coast 2 Coast / cake design: Originals to Remember

You Might Also Like


  • Reply
    January 7, 2013 at 6:14 pm

    Where are your shoes from?

  • Reply
    October 1, 2012 at 1:32 am

    Beautiful dress…love it!

    • Reply
      October 1, 2012 at 1:33 am

      love the trees and watering can, so cute!

  • Reply
    September 10, 2012 at 10:13 am

    I love everything about this wedding! Does anyone know about the photo with the tree? Was that part of the ceremony? I’m looking for a unique and meaningful addition for mine and my fiance’s wedding ceremony next year…

    • Reply
      September 10, 2012 at 12:42 pm

      I was at a wedding this weekend where they had a tree and they each had a jar with dirt in it from where they grew up, which they poured into the base of the tree!!

    • Reply
      September 20, 2012 at 9:43 am

      The tree was the unity part of the ceremony. 🙂 Below is a sample idea of how to do the ceremony. You can use two small shovels to spoon dirt onto the tree or do what we did and use two small watering cans to simply water the tree. We plan to plant the tree at our new home together.

      Tree Planting Ceremony

      and , in committing yourselves to one another today, you give expression to the
      kinship that exists between you, acknowledging the new strength and meaning it gives your lives.
      You promise always to be true to yourselves and to share your true selves with one another. You
      promise also to nurture and tend the spirit in the other, especially in difficult times and times
      when one of you may forget the existence of that spirit within yourself.

      It is with these thoughts that and plant this seedling in soil from the
      land of both of their families.

      Bride and Groom plant the seedling.
      Just as the kinship between and needs nurturing, so does this
      seedling which symbolizes the joining of two families and the start of new life.

      • Reply
        September 26, 2012 at 9:45 am

        Thanks so much, Tara! that is beautiful… I just love it!

    Leave a Reply