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Elizabeth & Scott: A Traditional Wedding in Adairsville, GA

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Hanging amaranthus and strings of orchids draped down from Elizabeth's bouquet. White roses and a monogrammed wrap further distinguished her arrangement from the bridesmaid bouquets.
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The groom's and groomsmen's black, white and gray outfits got a punch of color from an orchid-and berry boutonniere. Fiddlehead fern spiraled out from the bottom to give the bouts a playful edge.
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Small trains added even more elegance to the already refined Vera Wang bridesmaid gowns. The brightly colored bouquets popped against the strapless, sage dresses.
Minton’s Bridal & Formals, Mobile, AL
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To put their personal stamp on their chapel of choice, the couple spruced up the doors with elaborate wreaths with copper ribbon woven in with the branches. An asymmetric cluster of flowers and greenery put a modern spin on the traditional decoration.
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Script fonts and an ivory, satin ribbon lent formal flair to the simple booklets.
Papier Boutique, Daphne, AL
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As they tossed petals from antique, silver baskets, Elizabeth's cousin and Scott's niece made their way down the aisle. The sage, satin sashes coordinated with the bridesmaids' gowns.
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Though their vows were traditional, the coupled customized their ceremony by asking Elizabeth's grandfather, a minister, to read a prayer. For the recessional, the couple played "All I Ask of You," from Phantom of the Opera—it became "their song" when they heard it on a trip to see the show in New York City the spring before their wedding.
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A lace overlay dressed up Elizabeth’s understated, strapless gown.
Minton’s Bridal & Formals, Mobile, AL
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Guests dined under a tent on the lush grounds of Barnsley Gardens.
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A textural mix of hydrangeas, roses and berries seemed to pour out onto the floral linens. Cobalt glassware contrasted with the predominantly green and blush arrangements.
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A garland of dendrobium orchids encircled the cake, which was subtly decorated with tone-on-tone dots, arches and a monogram.
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Elizabeth and Scott drove off into the sunset in Scott's brother's vintage '60s Triumph.

Elizabeth & Scott in Adairsville, GA

The doctor was definitely in when Elizabeth visited the office of Scott. Both Elizabeth and Scott were in relationships at the time, but when a little over a year passed and the two found themselves single, one of Scott's nurses suggested that he ask Elizabeth out. The Bride Elizabeth Moes, 29, pharmaceutical sales rep The Groom Charles (Scott) Markle, 39, neurologist The Date September 20 Nine months later, the couple headed to London to ring in the New Year. Scott planned to propose at a restaurant with great views of the city, but the eatery unexpectedly closed early. Quick thinking Scott suggested that they take a walk to snap photos to commemorate their final night there. While standing on a bridge overlooking the Thames River, Scott popped the question. Later, "Over the Thames" was engraved into Elizabeth's wedding ring.
- Tia Albright
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