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An Outdoor Wedding in Tate, GA

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Diana & Eric in Tate, GA
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Green hypericum berries peaked through the bride’s romantic bouquet of white peonies, ranunculus, and green hydrangeas.
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Green cymbidium orchids, nestled among hypericum berries, gave the guys a burst of color against their sleek, black jackets.
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To catch the most romantic outdoor lighting possible, Diana and Eric held their ceremony at 7 pm. They stood on a gray slate floor beneath a large white arbor with the mountains in the distance.
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Hand-painted signs pointed guests to the festivities.
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Twigs, river rocks, and various grasses lent to the organic style of the floral arrangements. Blue and green hydrangeas, hypericum berries, ranunculus, and lisianthus brought the color scheme into the display.
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Bands of green and brown icing tied the white wedding cake into the rest of the décor. Fresh hydrangeas gave it a romantic touch.
The Tate House, Tate

Diana & Eric in Tate, GA

Although they grew up just 15 minutes apart, Diana and Eric didn’t meet until their freshman year at the University of Georgia. They started out as friends, but by the time second semester rolled around Diana started to feel something more. By the summer, they were dating. The Bride Diana Will, 27, a senior account director The GroomEric Heuett, 26, a CPA The Date May 30 Seven years later, the couple planned a quick summer getaway to St. Simons Island. After dinner, Eric suggested they take a walk on the beach. “I thought it was funny,” says Diana, “He wouldn’t normally suggest it.” There, by the water, Eric proposed under the moonlight. “The whole moment was so surreal,” says Diana. After a year-long engagement, Diana and Eric exchanged vows in an outdoor wedding at the Tate House, located at foothills of the North Georgia Mountains. “I loved it immediately. It had the garden look and feel that I had been imagining,” says Diana. To flatter the natural beauty of the space, they decorated with a color palette of moss green and charcoal gray.
- Carrie Chambers
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