This gorgeous styled shoot featured a modern, organic style and - bonus - farm to table food and flowers! Our Farm Wedding Venue in Georgia was the perfect setting.
We worked with some amazing vendors to pull this all together.
LowCo Motion Food Truck provided delicious farm to table fare including bbq sliders with pimiento cheese, a gorgeous charcuterie board and deviled eggs.
Beautiful Wild Design used local, in season flowers from 3 Porch Farm and Earth Dog Flowers to create the flower design.
The sliding glass doors and barn wood create a beautiful setting for a modern organic style and showcase the Georgia farm wedding venue in a different and beautiful way!
Full vendor list below
Design + Styling: @juststyling
Floral Design: @beautifulwilddesign
Models: @keanna_janice + Dalton Isley
Stationery and Signage: @mspeachplusdesigns
Caterer/Food Truck: @lowcomotionatl
Fine rugs: @gallimorefinerugs
Chair + Decor Rentals: @fourinchfold
Groom Rings: @stagheaddesigns
Your table ware can make a big impact on the feel of your wedding day! These modern glasses, plates and colorful linens are not what is expected at a farm wedding venue in Georgia, but they are gorgeous!
Check out companies that specialize in renting table ware for options from classic to vintage to modern and more.
Flowers make everything beautiful. We love working with florist that feature locally grown, seasonal blooms. There are lots of options in locally grown flowers that can't be found at traditional wholesale floral shops. Using seasonal blooms keeps your wedding look unique!
Highlighting the barn doors for the ceremony location is a great way to highlight your choice of a farm wedding venue in Georgia. Add some greenery or florals (or colorful rugs like shown here) for a perfect, romantic setting. This location is great for early Spring or late Fall.
String lights, crystal chandelier, modern glass doors - a perfect foundation to design your wedding at our farm wedding venue in Georgia.
Pleasant Union Farm is a family owned wedding venue in North Georgia, about an hour north of Atlanta.