A Pink and Burlap Wedding in Fort Mill, SC

Amanda married Jason in her mother's vintage, pleated wedding gown in Fort Mill, SC. The celebration had sentimental vintage touches, DIY elements and

Amanda married Jason in her mother's vintage, pleated wedding gown in Fort Mill, SC. The celebration had sentimental vintage touches, DIY elements and accents of burlap, for a homey, cozy feeling. The whole day was topped off with a vibrant showing of hot pink flowers.

Burlap sashes were tied in bows at the back of the bride and groom's chairs during the reception and accented with hand-written Mr. and Mrs. chalkboards.
Amanda carried a bouquet of hot pink and white florals down the aisle at her wedding.
The bride took a hands-on approach to her floral decorations by purchasing them at the local farmer's market and creating her own bouquets and aisle markers.
Hot Pink Bridesmaid Looks
These vintage-inspired cans housed hot pink dahlias and eucalyptus leaves for a quirky centerpiece that complemented the bride's color palette.
Guests stayed cool with neutral program fans accented with pink hand-tied bows to go with the bride's hot pink color palette.
The couple created their own impressive DIY light fixture out of Mason jars, cafe lights and a wood palette.
The bride accessorized with a medium-length veil and family heirloom jewelry.
The couple kept with their burlap theme in their dessert display by topping their rustic, unevenly frosted cake with burlap rosettes.
Guests were treated with edible s'more favors with the saying, Have s'more love.