Historic Cloth Mill Wedding
Historic Cloth Mill Wedding.
There were absolutely no dry eyes at Sarah and Richard’s sophisticated urban wedding – the bride’s younger brother, her father and the groom all teared up, Sarah says. “I’m the first of three girls to get married. During the father of the bride speech, my dad made everyone laugh and cry. It was amazing.”
In a historic cloth mill in downtown Hillsborough, North Carolina, the couple used a neutral color palette with touches of mauve, red and light pink, as well as votive candles and greenery to decorate their tables. They also had personalized cornhole boards, DIY signs and seating chart, and coffee bag favors. “The first thing we chose was the venue,” Sarah says. “I loved the industrial-chic look. I’m fairly simple, but when I found the Lazaro gown and paired that with the venue, the vision really came to life.” One of her favorite parts was getting ready with her 13 bridesmaids, as well as her first look with Richard and one with her father, right before the ceremony.
“Enjoy the process,” Sarah advises couples planning their weddings. “The day is over in the blink of an eye.”
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Snap Suits//Bridesmaid Dresses: Jenny Yoo//Dress Designer: Lazaro Bridal//Makeup Artist: Beautifully Blount//Hair Stylist: Blown Away//DJ: DJ Triple B//Bakery: Publix Bakery//Cinema and Video: SK Films//Floral Designer: Artfully Arranged//Caterer: Cook Shack Catering Company//Event Venue: The Cloth Mill at Eno River//Event Designer: Amanda Blair by Design//PR Rep: OFD Consulting LLC//Photographer: Sunshower Photography