A Simple, Spring Wedding at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia

"We wanted a design that felt bright, happy and simplistic," Caitlin Campbell (28) says of her spring nuptials to now-husband Greg Graves (26). Muted shades of ivory and sage dressed up their alfresco affair at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia. "We knew we needed to be outside for our wedding," Caitlin says. "The college is whimsical and dripping with character, so we wanted to highlight the architecture and landscaping of the campus." Dressed in a Jenny Packham gown borrowed from her sister, Caitlin sealed the deal with Greg in the Almnae Garden, surrounded by blooming dogwood trees and azaleas, and then partygoers moved to a covered patio for cocktail hour. Afterward, guests retreated indoors for a reception adorned with arrangements of baby's breath, which were repurposed from a wedding that took place the night before. "I wanted a majority of our wedding budget to go toward food and drink, so flowers took a back seat," Caitlin says. "Luckily, our florist was incredible and helped us save money by repurposing flowers from another wedding." In addition to indulgent treats from Atlanta's Cake Hag bakery, entertainment included a DJ and an on-site photo booth. "Ultimately, it was all about our guests," Caitlin says. "Our philosophy was to make them happy and host the kind of event that would yield a fun time for all." —Rachel Sylvester