This sweet vintage fall wedding was inspired by the beautiful fall leaves in Georgia. Sarah and Mark met while both playing the saxophone in their high school marching band. Their love continued through college, when Mark flew to D.C. to surprise Sarah while she was there doing an internship. During an evening walk through the city, Mark asked Sarah to marry him in front of the Capital Building. Her bridal party wore turquoise dresses adorned with colorful fall inspired bouquets created by Sarah’s neighbor. Jacquie Rives Photography did an amazing job capturing their special day.
Tell me about your dress!
I wore a vintage ivory Allure dress. It was actually the first dress I tried on but I didn’t realize it was “the one” until after trying on many more. I just fell in love with the keyhole back!
Did you have Something Blue, Old, Borrowed, and Blue?
My something blue was a sapphire ring Mark had given me when we first started dating. For something old I used the wedding rings that had been passed down to me from my great grandmother, Sarah Elizabeth Ferree. Something borrowed was a section of my mother’s wedding veil. All of these items were attached to my bouquet.
What song did you use for your first dance?
Our first dance was to “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones.
Ceremony Venue – Senoia United Methodist Church // Reception Venue – The Banquet Hall of Alvaton // Cake – Shirley Ferree (Brides Aunt) // Photography – Jacquie Rives Photography // Videographer – Meagan Cicciarelli // Hair – Kristin Murray of Prestige Unlimited Salon // Dress – Allure from J Andrew’s Bridal and Formal // Bridesmaids Dresses – David’s Bridal // DJ – DJ Bill Bailey // Transportation – Action Limousine Atlanta
Valencia Marierose says
What a great couple and great family! Congratulations to Mark & Sarah Pinkepank and many more wishes on a loving marriage to eternity! Continued Blessings from the team @ The Banquet Hall of Alvaton & Village Cafe: