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This romantic wedding is full of rustic details with the perfect touch of New Year’s Eve glam! Tori and Shelby’s New Year’s Eve celebration featuring a beautiful deep navy blue and soft blush color palette made for the perfect way to ring in the new year, and pops of gold throughout bring in the New Year’s Eve feel in the most romantic way. Rustic wood accents and light, delicate florals curated from Shelby’s sister make this scene feel cozy, warm and oh-so romantic, complemented by bunches of lush greenery and chic leather decor. While both brides looked absolutely stunning, we can’t seem to take our eyes off of Shelby’s gorgeous gown from Brickhouse Bridal – illusion sleeves with a sweetheart neckline go perfectly with her flowing veil and bridal accessories from Grace Loves Lace. If there’s one piece of advise the couple wants to pass on, it’s to soak in every moment because the day goes by too fast – so spend it with the people you love and enjoy all of the special moments that come! Scroll to see all of the rustic details of this romantic day that had the perfect touch of New Year’s Eve glam. Cheers to the happy couple!

Photo // Brittani Ross Photography

From the bride: “Our favorite wedding day memory was reading our vows to each other. We decided to write our own vows and without knowing, some of our words were very similar to each other! Especially the part about Tori making my coffee every morning. We now have our vows printed and framed on the wall and we can look at them daily as a reminder of what we promised to each other on the best day of our lives!”

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