Kelly & Greg’s Traditional North Carolina Wedding

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Kelly & Greg’s traditional North Carolina wedding included nods from their alma mater and heritage.

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The couple held the marriage ceremony at the church before heading to The Stockroom at 230 for this traditional North Carolina wedding reception. The groom wore traditional  formal Scottish attire, which included an 8 yd. kilt, Prince Charlie vest and jacket, fly plaid, ghillie brogues, hose, sporran and sgian dubh.

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The bride’s bouquet was a mixture of red calla lilies and roses.

From the bride: The main inspiration behind our day was our love for NC State, Greg’s Scottish heritage, and our love for a good time. Greg plays the bagpipes and competes in the Highland Games so he wanted to incorporate that into his attire of the day with his whole “kilt and caboodle.” We love and met at NC State so red was a common theme of the wedding as well as the mascots my sisters surprised us with at the reception. We also personalized the day by making sure the reception was focused around mingling and dancing because we love parties where we get to mingle around and talk to everyone there and get to see our friends. Our favorite parts of the day were watching the NCSU vs UNC football game while getting ready at the glass box, having the mascot surprise, and dancing the night away.

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Linens and Coverings: CE Rental//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: USA kilts//Dress Designer: Hailey Paige//Dress Store: Tre Bella Bridal//Makeup Artist: Makeup By Ashley Mooney//Cake Designer: Hayes Barton Cafe//Event Planner: Sally Oakley Weddings & Events//Ceremony Location: Edenton Street United Methodist//Event Venue: The Stockroom at 230//Location: The Glass Box//Photographer: f8 Photo Studios