A Casual Garden Wedding in Fuquay-Varina, NC

The Bride Lindsay Soll, 29, a web content manager The Groom Dryw Kirkman, 31, a portfolio manager for a commercial bank The Date June 9  Lindsay and D

The Bride Lindsay Soll, 29, a web content manager The Groom Dryw Kirkman, 31, a portfolio manager for a commercial bank The Date June 9 Lindsay and Dryw were never interested in the traditional route. Instead, they used a sunny palette of orange, bright yellow and coral to pull together a casual garden party that was entirely them. Quirky handmade and vintage accents finished the look.

Flirty, yellow shoes were a must-have for Lindsay. She placed heart-shaped patches on the insoles that spelled out I DO for a sweet photo.
Lindsay loved the effortless look of her twine-wrapped bouquet of yellow roses, baby's breath, craspedia, peonies and gerbera daisies.
The Bridesmaid Looks
Lindsay loved the couple's unique invites - they're printed on real wood!
The ladies carried bright bunches of gerbera daisies and hydrangeas, wrapped in twine for a fresh-picked look.
Lindsay and Dryw painted the glass of an old window with chalkboard paint and placed it at the ceremony entrance to direct guests around the estate.
Loose arrangements of peonies, gerbera daisies and wildflowers filled antique Mason jars.
Ceremony and Reception Site: Highgrove Estate, Fuquay-Varina, NC  Photography: Jenn Hopkins Photography  Gown: Forever Yours, Le Dress Boutique, Atlanta, GA  Hair and Makeup: Makeupforyourday  Shoes: Touch Ups; Shoe clips: Etsy.com  Bridesmaid Dresses: Jenny Yoo, Bella Bridesmaid Formalwear: JoS. A. Bank  Invitations: Wood Chick Studios, Etsy.com  Flowers: Expressions of Love Florist  Rentals: Linens: CE Rental  Cake: Cinda's Creative Cakes Catering: Highgrove Estate   Music: Ceremony: Brittany Makely and Marissa Farrell/Sisters on the Harp; Cocktail hour and reception: Jason Huggins/Island Sound & Video Transportation: Classy Transportation  Honeymoon: Greece  Registries: Bed Bath & Beyond; Crate & Barrel
Lindsay knew from the start she wanted an ivory lace gown with cap sleeves. Dryw's casual, lightweight khaki suit was perfect for their laid-back affair.
A fun craspedia boutonniere popped against Dryw's lapel.
Circular tables were set with crisp ivory linens, and wildflower centerpieces were staggered in height for an eclectic feel.
The three-tiered confection featured a yellow-ombre effect and was topped with orange and yellow flowers.
The evening nuptials took place beneath a pergola and overlooked a lake.
Dryw's aunt - a master jam maker - helped the couple make mini jars of peach and strawberry jam for guests.
Guests' names and table numbers were typewritten on linen-paper tags, attached to skeleton keys and hung on a pair of rustic shutters.