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A Formal Wedding in Rome, GA

  • A Bryan Photography, Birmingham, AL
    Holly Lynch, The Season, Rome
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Meggie & Buck in Rome, GA
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Meggie tucked a special stone, once belonging to her late brother Henry, inside her bouquet of calla lilies and roses. She wrapped the stems in handkerchiefs that had belonged to her grandmothers.
Bussey's Florist & Gifts, Cedartown
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On their lapels, Buck and his groomsmen all donned single calla lilies with the stems wrapped in black satin.
Bussey's Florist & Gifts, Cedartown
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Large urns filled with white hydrangeas and roses were placed along the steps leading up to the chapel entrance.
Bussey's Florist & Gifts, Cedartown
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Meggie helped her wedding planner design the handmade, cotton paper programs. Thin, black satin ribbon tied the spines of the programs together.
Holly Lynch, The Season, Rome
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White hydrangeas were tied to the ends of the pews with white, flowing ribbon
Bussey's Florist & Gifts, Cedartown
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Frost Chapel’s heavy wood-beamed ceiling, flagstone floor and stained-glass windows provided a stunning backdrop to the ceremony.
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The reception was held at the bride's family home in Cave Spring.
Epting Events, Athens
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Guests walked through the tented courtyard and were seated near a black iron fountain filled with white floral décor and greenery.
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The beaded edging on the couple’s simple, white cake mimicked the buttons on the back of the bride’s dress. Though the cake was kept clean, its presentation was captivating, resting on a bed of fresh hydrangeas and an antique cedar table.
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Meggie had the lyrics to Van Morrison’s, “Have I Told You Lately,” engraved on Buck’s engagement ring, so naturally it was the song played during the couple’s first dance.
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The aroma of fresh pralines tempted guests as the chef made them right on site! The treats were packaged in black-and-white monogrammed bags and tied with black satin ribbons.
Holly Lynch, The Season, Rome

Meggie & Buck in Rome, GA

Meggie met the man of her dreams during a trip to St. Simons to cheer on the University of Georgia football team. After the game, Meggie and her sorority sisters went to Mullet Bay Restaurant and that’s where she scored big points with fellow Bulldog fan, Buck. Buck asked for Meggie’s number, but soon realized he had lost service and the number hadn’t been saved. Buck ran outside in the rain to flag Meggie down and ask for it again. The Bride Meggie Erwin, 24 The Groom Buck Bradberry, 29 The Date March 28 The two began dating right after and two years later, Buck surprised Meggie with her favorite wine, an “I love you” spelled out on the bed with Swedish Fish (her favorite candy) and a small velvet box holding a ring.
- Carrie Chambers
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  • A Bryan Photography, Birmingham, AL
  • Holly Lynch, The Season, Rome
  • Bussey's Florist & Gifts, Cedartown

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