Elegant Emerald + Gold Military Wedding

On this day when we stop and salute the fearless men and women who sacrifice for our freedom, sharing THE most gorgeous military affair we could get our hands only felt fitting. Think classic Southern elegance with groomsmen in uniform all in a row, plus a four-tier stunner from the talents at Sugarland to top off the night. Leave it to Graham Terhune for a photo gallery you’ll likely never want to leave.








From Graham Terhune… Surrounded by lush, southern countryside, Hope and Zach’s storybook wedding was punctuated by the sound of geese skimming across a sun-struck pond. The Oaks at Salem in Apex provided the ideal, picturesque backdrop for this elegant bride and her uniformed groom as they exchanged their vows under a Carolina blue sky. 

A romantic palette of blush, champagne, ivory and gold carried the vintage glamour theme from the bouquets and décor at the ceremony to the lovely centerpiece ensembles at the reception. The perfect contrasts to the soft floral hues were the deep forest green bridesmaids’ dresses and the dapper military dress uniforms of the groomsmen and ushers. Next to the bride’s stunning Maggie Sottero gown, the ultimate crowd-pleaser was the flower girl dresses which were encrusted in Swarovski crystals and blush ostrich feathers.

The one hundred and fifty guests enjoyed a buffet dinner followed by a decadent chocolate stout wedding cake dessert. The laughter and champagne flowed into the night as guests danced and celebrated the new Mr. and Mrs. The couple was chauffeured from the venue in a white Excalibur while guests waved sparklers for a truly radiant ending to their charmingly beautiful wedding day.

Photography: Graham Terhune | Videographer: K2 Productions | Event Planning: Orangerie Events | Florist: Brides And Bouquets | Wedding Dress: Maggie Sottero | Cake: Sugarland | Ceremony Venue: The Oaks At Salem | Reception Venue: The Oaks At Salem | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Wtoo | Catering: Belle’s Catering | DJ: McSound Productions

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