This At-Home Ceremony Shows How Beautiful a Small Wedding Can Be

Like so many couples who had weddings planned for this year, Emily and Evans had to reschedule their larger March wedding to a date later this fall. However, they decided that with October being so far away, they still wanted to get married, so Emily and Evans decided to have a small, intimate ceremony instead.

With the ceremony setup in the backyard of Emily’s mom’s house, the couple had beautiful pink and white floral arrangements along the aisle and at the altar.

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Emily wore her gorgeous wedding dress, and Evans wore a handsome blue suit that went perfectly with the royal blue bridesmaids dresses. Emily even did a first look with her dad, who donned a tux and looked as happy as any father could be.

At the end of the wedding their photographer, Ryan and Alyssa Photography, captured the couple in their cute “Just Married” masks. All in all it was the perfect end to an unexpected but nevertheless beautiful wedding ceremony.

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Now, here’s more of the couple’s beautiful ceremony pics, below.

Location: Downtown Greenville//Hair Stylist: Cotton Rouge//Floral Designer: Statice Event Design//Event Planner: Katie Williams Events//Photographer: Ryan & Alyssa Photography

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