Fifth Grade Sweethearts: Audrey + Luke's Hometown Wedding

by Margaret Taunton |

Bride and Groom

Audrey & Luke's traditional, yet modern wedding celebrated a love that was years in the making.

 Luke secretly planned a "giveaway" with a local photographer that Audrey just "happened" to win. After he proposed during the photo session, Audrey couldn't wait to get started planning their wedding.  

Stationery Suite
Stationery Suite

Audrey planned their day to have a very clean, yet traditional feel. Using elements like a Vintage Vine G with her colors of light gray, white, and pops of green throughout helped tie her vision together, even in the smallest details.

"Something New, Something Old

Something Borrowed, Something Blue"

Audrey went on to use Vintage Vine in an embroidered bouquet wrap. The G monogram symbolizes her new last name, Godsey!

Audrey's mom surprised her by pinning her wedding jewelry to her bouquet wrap as part of her "Something Old." How special!

When asked about her favorite part of the 

wedding day, Audrey said:

"Seeing everything I planned out come to reality was definitely a favorite. But most of all, my favorite was finally marrying my 5th Grade boyfriend!"

Embroidered Bouquet Wrap

Audrey and Luke were married in their hometown of Hartselle, Alabama in Luke's church: First Baptist Church of Hartselle. They loved being able to use a place that was so special to them!

Embroidered Pillows


Their reception was held at The Witt House, that was right down the street from the church. Audrey said the venue fit perfectly with her vision and wedding colors with lots of white and greenery.

Custom Built Wall with Monogram
Embroidered Guest Book

Audrey's dad custom built multiple pieces of decor for their reception! The monogram walls, stage walls, and welcome sign were all due to the handiwork of the Father of the Bride.

As guests entered, a monogrammed guestbook, embroidered with her signature Vintage Vine G, greeted them among arrangements of beautiful white and green flowers. 

Bar Sign

The Vintage Vine G adorned the bar with custom signs, as well as the koozies. The newest Godseys served beer and wine, with a signature drink: the Yellowhammer to celebrate their collegiate loyalty to the University of Alabama.

When the dances were complete, the Godseys got to cut their stunning 5-tier wedding cake. We love the simplicity and elegance of its design, and how Audrey opted to use her monogram on the cake topper to add a hint of detail. 

Additionally, a beautiful champagne tower was set up with the stunning monogrammed wall as a backdrop. The champagne chilled in an ice bucket adorned with a Vintage Vine G before Audrey and Luke poured it for their guests.


Bride & Groom Exit
Red Getaway Car

To complete the night, Audrey and Luke exited under sparkling lights and white shakers. For one final use of their beautiful wedding monogram, Audrey had a Just Married sign with the Vintage Vine G attached to their getaway car. 

From stationery and signs, ring bearer pillows and bouquet wraps, barware and everywhere in between, we loved seeing Audrey celebrate her new last name with a Vintage Vine G

We loved reliving this night with the Godseys!

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