A Rustic Springtime Wedding at Foxhall Resort and Sporting Club in Douglasville, Georgia

Colleen Wichser (29 and a doctor) and Sean Meehan (26 and an engineer) met when Sean went to visit his former college roommate who was now living with

Colleen Wichser (29 and a doctor) and Sean Meehan (26 and an engineer) met when Sean went to visit his former college roommate who was now living with Collen in New York City. About six months into dating, Colleen accidentally called Sean “husband” rather than “handsome,” and while that moment was pretty awkward, they both laughed it off because they knew that they'd end up married. A year later, Sean proposed to Collen in a Beluga whale tank during a weekend getaway to Mystic, CT. ?For their spring wedding, the couple invited guests to celebrate at Foxhall Resort and Sporting Club’s Legacy Lookout. "Bordering the Chattahoochee River on one side and wooded hills and manicured rolling lawns on the other, Foxhall feels like a faraway escape but is only a half hour from the center of Atlanta!" says Colleen. A "rustic elegance" theme was inspired by Colleen and Sean’s passion for the outdoors as well as their love of wood and stone. For their cheerful color palette, Colleen worked with all of her favorite colors—teal, peach and gold—to achieve a simple-yet-elegant feel. Highlights of the festive night included: a bride-groom dance off (which Colleen won when she pulled off “The Worm” in her wedding dress), surprise late-night Chick-fil-A sandwiches and a sparkler sendoff. We're a fun-loving and relaxed couple that enjoys good food, good wine, good music and spending time with friends and family," says Colleen. "In line with our laid-back nature, our most important priority was ensuring that our wedding was fun and hassle-free!"

The ceremony and reception were both held at Foxhall Resort and Sporting Club’s Legacy Lookout. "Bordering the Chattahoochee River on one side and wooded hills and manicured rolling lawns on the other, Foxhall feels like a faraway escape but is only a half hour from the center of Atlanta!" says Colleen.
Gray JoS. A. Bank Suits with Teal Ties
Colleen’s bridesmaids each picked out their own blue or green short bridesmaid dresses. Matching gold bracelets and nude shoes completed the cheery look.
The "rustic elegance" theme was inspired by Colleen and Sean’s passion for the outdoors as well as their love of wood and stone. For their springtime color palette, Colleen worked with all of her favorite colors—teal, peach and gold—for a simple-yet-elegant feel.rn
The bridemaids’ bouquets included hydrangea, roses, spray roses, hypericum berries and seeded eucalyptus.
The peach bridal bouquet included succulents, roses, freesia, stock, hypericum berries and seeded eucalyptus.
The aisles were lined with green glass vases tied with teal ribbons and filled with small arrangements of hydrangea, roses, hypericum berries and dusty miller.
The outdoor ceremony took place under a wooden arbor that was built by Colleen’s father and decorated with white hydrangea, berries and greenery.
Colleen and Sean's Foxhall Resort and Sporting Club Ceremony
Textured Buttercream Wedding Cake with Fresh Flower Accents
"We chose to have our wedding at Foxhall because the rustic timbers and stone venue is stunning!" says Colleen. " Legacy Lookout is a truly a spectacular venue with an indoor/outdoor fireplace and sweepingrnviews overlooking the Chattahoochee River and Legacy Lake!"
White and Teal Birdcage Card Holder
Highlights of the festive night included: a bride-groom dance off (which Colleen won when she pulled off “The Worm” in her wedding dress),  surprise late-night Chick-fil-A sandwiches and a sparkler sendoff.
Colleen and Sean's Georgia Wedding Ceremony
Peach and White Centerpieces Surrounded By Tea Lights
Colleen and Sean's Garden Ceremony