A Romantic Spring Wedding at The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farms in Cleveland, Georgia
After getting engaged with roses and a pale pink cake, Lindsey Sutton (26 and in sales) and Matt Farmer (31 and a hair stylist) incorporated these two elements throughout their rustic spring wedding. From a gray and blush color palette to soft rose, peony and dusty miller arrangements, everything about their classic-meets-rustic affair felt welcoming. "We chose The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farms in Cleveland, Georgia because of the unique setting it would lend our wedding," says Lindsey. "When we went to preview the venue we fell in love with the scenic mountain views and the beautiful spaces available for the wedding." The couple walked down a homemade aisle of pale pink rose petals before exchanging vows during an outdoor ceremony in front of the ruins. Following the overcast nuptials, guests enjoyed a garden cocktail hour before moving inside the ruins for an understated celebration. The tables were set with gray linens and elegant pink flower arrangements in mercury glass vase and guests were treated with personalized koozies to keep their drinks cool. After indulging in the blush fondant wedding cake, everyone went home with personalized coffee to wake them up after a night of dancing. "We worked hard to make sure our wedding reflected our style and just wanted everyone to have fun with us," says Lindsey.