Mandy + Matt
October 15, 2021
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Being a planner and an overall design maven, Mandy did not miss a beat when it came to planning her very own wedding, right in her stunning sound front backyard. Ceramic, jute and bright white elements transported the happy couple and their guests to what appears to be a very high-class, garden party. 

See the video and photos captured during their wedding day below.



Photographer | Ryan & Rach Photography

Beauty + Spa | Glimmer Hair & Makeup

Caterer + Restaurant | Red Sky Cafe

Coordinator | Heart of Harlow, Southern Hospitality Weddings & Events

Disc Jockey | OBX Wedding DJ

Equipment Rentals | Amaranth + Artifact, Metro Rentals, Ocean Atlantic Event Rentals, Renee Landry Events

Floral + Decor | Honeysuckle Events

Photo Booth | OBX Bright Booth

Specialty Services | Heart of Harlow

Videographer | Swell Productions


From the Couple

Tell us more about your wedding and what made it special to you.  

Being an Outer Banks wedding coordinator, I had a good idea of what I wanted our wedding to feel like — warm, fun, and ethereal. 

After a year of lockdown and postponements, we wanted to share our home and the beautiful Outer Banks with our family and friends. We brought in ceramic, jute and linen through design elements and rentals to elevate the backyard look and create a wedding with colorful flowers and neutral undertones. 

Our cocktail style reception worked great for spreading out in the yard and getting to catch up with everyone organically. Highlights of our day were that magical 75 degree October weather, dancing under a disco ball and continual cocktail style food throughout the night! All of our vendors crushed it and went with our vision!


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