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A Cheerful Southern Wedding at Caledonia Golf and Fish Club on Pawleys Island, South Carolina

A mutual friend tried to set Amalie Harris (32 and pediatric speech-language pathologist) up with Jason Burr (40 and owner and CEO of First Service So

A mutual friend tried to set Amalie Harris (32 and pediatric speech-language pathologist) up with Jason Burr (40 and owner and CEO of First Service Solutions Inc.) but the timing was wrong. Five years later, she tried again and this time Amalie and Jason went on their first date. Their relationship quickly progressed over the summer but Jason waited over three years before popping the question during a beachside walk with their dog. Despite living in North Carolina, Amalie and Jason decided to plan their wedding where they had their fist kiss and got engaged: in Pawleys Island, South Carolina. With the help of Amalie's mother (who also happens to be a florist!) they planned an October soiree at Caledonia Golf and Fish Club. The ceremony took place in a space that Caledonia calls Azalea Row under a “hallway” of live oak trees with Spanish moss hanging down and an iron backdrop. Charming picnic tables, hanging lanterns and a pale color scheme brought Amalie and Jason’s casual vintage soiree to life. For a rustic flair, the couple combined burlap with chevron table runners and hung lanterns from the oak trees, which was the bride’s favorite d?cor piece. "My bouquet and the groom's boutonniere each included a single gardenia bud that we believe my grandmother sent to us from heaven," says Amalie. "Why else would our gardenia bush have just two buds in October?"

"My bouquet and the groom's boutonniere each included a single gardenia bud that we believe my grandmother sent to us from heaven," says Amalie. "Why else would our gardenia bush have just two buds in October?"
Mixed Pink and Coral Bridesmaid Dresses
The bridesmaids put together their own bouquets after the bridesmaid’s luncheon.  "My mom, our  florist, had tons of flowers in buckets and the girls selected and arranged the flowers they wanted to include," says Amalie. "My mom and her talented friends helped the girls secure their bouquets and tie the stems with raffia."
Loose Updo with Romantic White Flower Crown
Angelic White "Flower Princess" Dresses
The ceremony took place in a space that Caledonia calls Azalea Row under a “hallway” of live oak trees with Spanish moss hanging down.
Fresh Flower and Lantern Aisle Markers
A wrought iron gate surrounded by green ferns served as a backdrop for the outdoor ceremony.
The couple wanted to keep things casual. For a rustic flair, they combined burlap with chevron table runners and hung lanterns from the oak trees, which was the bride’s favorite décor piece.
Some tables were decorated with whitewashed boats filled with phalaenopsis orchids, button ferns, autumn ferns and burlap accents, while other tables had vintage lanterns, beachwood, baby’s breath and candles surrounded by flowers.
Custom Oak Tree Sign In Board
Amalie and Jason had a Coca-Cola stand as guest entered the ceremony venue, offering a glass bottled coke with a paper straw.
Canoe Cocktail Hour Drink Holder
“My lace dress and our beautiful outdoor venue really pointed us in the relaxed-meets-antique direction,” Amalie say.
Personalized Packaged Cupcake Favors
Family Photo and Cake Display Table
"I actually found a cake I loved in The Knot magazine and took that picture with me to the tasting!" says Amalie. "We also kept the cake small because we wanted to have cobbler for dessert as well."
Decorated Getaway Bicycle