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We adore so many things about this chapel wedding at Ashton Gardens, but the citrusy florals are definitely at the top of our list! Kimberly and Nathan took on a traditional, minimalist theme while adding lots of color. At every turn, you can admire pops of rich orange, pretty light pink and ice blue. The bridesmaids took part in the pastel palette with their light blue bridesmaid dresses. Adding to all the perfection, Kimberly wore a lovely lace gown with the most gorgeous train we’ve ever seen. Plus, Butter Artistry gave her a glowing makeup look and updo that screams Jane Nichols from 27 Dresses – every girl’s dream. At the forefront of this romantically classy affair, there was a floral installed cross altar captured by Westy Peck Photography. See the McMillians’ chapel wedding below – we know you’ll adore it just as much as we do. 

Photo // Westy Peck Photography

From the bride: “My favorite wedding day memory was finally reaching Nathan at the end of the aisle, smiling at each other and hearing him tell me that I was beautiful. It made me feel so special to hear something so simple, but it meant the most on that day. It was a moment I truly will never forget.”


Obsessed with this citrusy color palette? We are too! Check out this Houston wedding for a similar vibe.

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