A Ruins at Kellum Valley Farm Wedding in Cleveland, Georgia

A neutral color palette of gray, ivory, blue, green and yellow along with vintage-inspired DIY touches brought the couple’s elegant, organic nuptials

A neutral color palette of gray, ivory, blue, green and yellow along with vintage-inspired DIY touches brought the couple’s elegant, organic nuptials to life.

A vintage framed chalkboard shared the menu for the Southern-inspired cuisine that was served at the reception.
An array of single-tiered wedding cakes were displayed on antique cake stands at varying heights to give depth and interest to the dessert bar. Handmade paper fans in the day’s color scheme lent the space some serious whimsy.
Judianna chose simple centerpiece collections of vases filled with succulents, flowers and twigs painted in metallic colors. The overall centerpiece design was very refined, but unique, she says.
Rustic, hand-painted signs directed guests to the different areas of the farm where the wedding was held.
Four antique arbors, decorated with fresh blooms and greenery, decorated the ceremony aisle.
Chris wore a gray suit with a vest and jacket, and accessorized his look with a vintage-style plaid tie.
Two antique doors were opened as Judianna entered the ceremony space to take her walk down the aisle.
The bride and her attendants carried pastel-colored bouquets of roses, craspedia, succulents, hydrangeas, scabiosa pods and seeded eucalyptus.
The couple married beneath a large tree, hung with lanterns in a variety of shapes and sizes, in a field on the farm.
Judianna boxed up the favors using supplies she found at a local craft store and then wrapped each box with colored ribbon.
The couple wanted their guests to explore the venue, so Judianna set up a wedding cake and dessert station in an old barn down the hill from the main reception spot.
The couple took a spin to Any Grammar's I Choose You from the Crazy Beautiful soundtrack.
The couple gifted their guests with DIY boxes of local goodies—Georgia peanuts, loblolly pine tree seeds with planting instructions, peach jam, Savannah honey straws and fresh milled grits.
The favors were displayed on a white-washed vintage vanity. Each favor package was filled with Georgia-themed local products like peanuts, pine tree seeds, honey straws and grits with recipes.
Judianna fell in love with her Maggie Sottero dess in an stant. I just knew when I saw the dress, she says. It fit my vision.
“I love old things, and The Ruins at Kellum Valley Farm totally fit my personality and the vision I had for our wedding,” says Judianna. “I saw a tree in a field the first time I visited and knew I wanted to get married under it.”
Judianna’s nieces wore matching ruffled dresses she found on Etsy. “I wanted them to look simple and sweet—in something that would make them feel special, but nothing too ‘fru-fru,’ ” she says.