The bride's idea for the table numbers is one you’ll definitely want to steal: The numbers were written on rough-edged pieces of stone!
Long, bare farm tables were flanked by cross-back chairs. The flowers followed a neutral fall palette, with ivory and cream roses against burnished-gold mums. A combination of votive and taper candles were set in gold and Brass candle holders. Each place setting featured a bag of candied pecans, also handmade by the bride herself.
"Richard loves the mountains and I love the water, so we wanted to have our ceremony at the Glassy Chapel high on a mountain, then our reception at Keowee Vineyards overlooking Lake Keowee,” says Janet. “It was peaceful, rustic, and picturesque — perfect for our classic, organic vision.”