Taylor Marie + Brint – Beautiful Birmingham Wedding

Being that I am new to the wedding blog scene, and didn’t have this medium from which to gush about these lovely weddings when I was attending them, I thought it only fitting to kick-start my new wedding inspiration blog with highlights from my favorite weddings over the past couple years.

Taylor Marie is my best friend from high school and I had the honor of standing beside her as her maid of honor in September at her amazingly beautiful Birmingham Wedding. First Presbyterian Church in the heart of downtown Birmingham made a picturesque backdrop for the ceremony – and I was amazed at how the teal bridesmaids’ dresses popped against the rich tones of the historic sanctuary.

Birmingham Weddings - Southern Wedding Inspiration

Beautiful Birmingham Weddings - Teal Bridesmaid Dresses

The bride and groom cakes by Sweet Magnolia were deliciously compatible with each of them; hers, oh so feminine and polished, and his, a playful tribute to his college baseball playing days. And my favorite of all, the priceless pictures of the couple’s departure with their beaming smiles and TM looking cute as ever with wedding toss in her hair.

Birmingham Weddings - Fun Grooms Cake & Lavender Wedding Toss

Photography: Ann Wade Parish Photography | Florals: Dorothy McDaniel Flower Market | Ceremony Venue: First Presbyterian of Birmingham | Reception Venue & Catering: Vestavia Country Club |  Wedding Cakes: Sweet Magnolias | Wedding Dress & Bridesmaid Dresses: Casablanca & Alfred Sung from Diane’s Formal Affair in Jasper, AL

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