To say Miracle and Jimmy Rabon have deep agricultural roots is an understatement. Each of these sweet, hard-working farmers come from multi-generational farming families, so it only made sense they would host an idyllic wedding day at their homestead in Loris, SC.
Miracle gravitated towards sunflowers, baby's breath, and pops of wildflower color for her floral palette. Her bridal bouquet featured purple cockscomb, peach roses, orange chrysanthemums, dried lavender, and cheery billy balls, to set it apart from her maids' bouquets, while Viking mum boutonnieres mimicked the look of the sunflowers! The bride and groom incorporated countless personal touches on their wedding day. A "Generations of Love" table honored the adults that helped shape Miracle and Jimmy's lives, while her grandmother's pie safe offered up delicious, locally made cherry pies to wedding guests.
Guests were then ushered to a festive outdoor reception, serving up an incredible menu of Southern soul food, sweet tea, vintage Cokes, biscuit bar and wedding cake. The meal was enjoyed on thoughtfully collected antique China. String lights hung over long farm tables that showcased local white pumpkin centerpieces with colorful arrangements perched on top. How's THAT for a unique container?
Congratulations, Miracle and Jimmy! Like a well-planted tree, may your marriage grow and prosper.
All images courtesy of Loris, SC-based Stephanie Gore