A Classic Wedding at First Presbyterian Church in Macon, Georgia

A black-and-white palette conveys a timeless elegance that especially appealed to Ginnie Lane (29 and an administrative assistant) and Tyler Clark (25

A black-and-white palette conveys a timeless elegance that especially appealed to Ginnie Lane (29 and an administrative assistant) and Tyler Clark (25 and a campus minister) when planning their wedding. They added summer green to the color scheme to lighten the ambience at First Presbyterian Church in Macon, Georgia, where their day unfolded. “We chose this specific church because of its sentimental value, but also because of the rich history and gorgeous interior,” Ginnie says. “You should see the stained glass windows.” Following their vows inside the chapel, they moved to the reception hall where their florist, Dean Hodge, brought in roses and baby’s breath to enhance the classic theme. Pen and Pastry created a four-tier cake and a Troy University Trojans groom’s cake, which Creekside Catering paired with an array of delicious desserts—everything from brownies to mini pudding cups and even churros. One detail that especially reflected Ginnie and Tyler? Anyone who knows them knows about their love for coffee (that’s how their love story began), so they had a coffee bar as well. See the details, captured by Holly Von Lanken Photography, including their colorful sprinkles exit.

Having their wedding in a church was a must for Ginnie and Tyler, which is why they hosted their entire wedding day at First Presbyterian Church in Macon, Georgia. "We chose this specific church because of its sentimental value, but also because of the rich history and gorgeous interior,” Ginnie says.
Ginnie and Tyler's invitations and programs were ivory with elegant green script to tie in their color scheme with a hint of summer.
For her "something blue," Ginnie wore light blue peep-toe flats with bows on the sides. They were not only an adorable touch to her style, but also allowed her to stay comfortable all day.
"I wanted an elegant and classy style for the wedding, and black and white always conveys that to me," Ginnie says. To accomplish her vision, her bridesmaids wore short black dresses and carried bouquets of baby's breath and blush roses.
Ginnie carried a white and blush bouquet of hydrangeas, spray roses, peonies and baby's breath that channeled everything classic about her wedding.
Ginnie and Tyler said "I do" at First Presbyterian Church in Macon, Georgia. White and blush floral arrangements in decorative urns enhanced the wooden church backdrop.
For their guest book, Ginnie and Tyler had their guests sign their names and notes on a decorative globe.
White linens and mint tulle accents decorated the dining tables in the reception hall at First Presbyterian Church in Macon, Georgia, for Ginnie and Tyler's dessert reception.
Pen and Pastry created a four-tier cake with swirly details and Ginnie and Tyler's custom monogram. A "Mr. & Mrs." cake topper completed the classic confection atop a metallic cake stand.
The groom's cake showed off Tyler's Troy University pride and love of sports. It even went along with the greenery in the reception decor.
For their exit toss, Ginnie and Tyler presented their guests with cups of colorful sprinkles to throw as they made their grand exit.
Ginnie and Tyler exited their wedding to all 200 of their friends and family guests tossing colorful sprinkles for their send-off. "The most important thing to us was the people at our wedding," Ginnie says. "It was definitely the right decision for us."