Sarah and Ty’s March wedding at Rusty Tractor Vineyards is my favorite Rusty Tractor wedding to date!
The colors, the design, the wedding party… everything and everyone was just so great to work with. It made me feel like I wasn’t “working” on their wedding day.
I absolutely loved helping Sarah and her mom, Kristi, bring Sarah’s wedding vision to life. The sage green, gold accents and white floral blooms made Sarah and Tyler’s wedding timeless.
I’ve said this before and I know I’ll say it again, but I truly work with the best couples. The whole day was calm, which is how I know a couple is meant to be. There isn’t any stress, outside of your normal wedding angst to see your best friend for the first time. And, that is how it was with Sarah and Tyler – a non-stress day.
They married outside in front a wooden cross that was actually built by one of Tyler’s family members. It was beautiful y’all and pictures don’t do it justice!
After the ceremony, Sarah and Tyler shared a one-on-one private dinner. Then, it was time to start the party! One thing I loved about their wedding was their live band. Let me tell, the Mister Lucky Band is extremely talented. From rock-n-roll to classic country hits, they could sing and play it all!
As guests lined up for their grand exit, Sarah and Tyler shared a last dance with their parents. Y’all this is my new favorite last dance idea. I absolutely loved that they included their parents. Not only was it a picture-perfect moment, but it is a memory that will never be forgotten.
Wedding Planner | Kaitie Gill Weddings
Photography | Christopher Nolan Photography
Catering | Heritage Catering
Bartending | Rusty Tractor Vineyards (Sunset Lodge)
Rentals | Eventology
Dance Floor Vinyl | The Dance Floor Man
Programs, Napkins, and Other Stationery | Hobart Print Studio
Florist | Magnolia Belle
Band | Mister Lucky Band
Cake | Blue Cake Company
Videographer | Supi Photography
Hair Stylist | Emily at Salon Scarlet
Makeup Artist | Brandon at Belle & Blush
Officiants | AJ and Erin Green