• Rustic wedding in Andrews, North Carolina
  • Short, casual bridal hairstyle with flower comb
  • Hawkesdene House, rustic wedding venue in North Carolina
  • Bride in Saja Wedding sheath dress, groom in Michael Kors
  • Purple wedding invitations with lantern design
  • Rustic wedding welcome bag with cute llama stamp
  • Saja Wedding empire-waist sheath dress with spaghetti straps
  • Saja Wedding V-neck dress, front detail
  • Ivory and gold crystal, floral hair comb from BHLDN
  • TOMS cream-colored platforms as wedding shoes
  • Red and green bridal bouquet with dahlias, sunflowers, and celosia
  • Rustic, purple millet boutonniere, wrapped in burlap and twine
  • This couple had a blast despite rain on their wedding day
  • Fall wedding ceremony decor with sunflower, dahlia, and celosia
  • This couple wrote their own vows for their wedding ceremony
  • Gold and white wedding reception table setting with lace napkins
  • Yellow dahlia and celosia centerpiece perfect for a fall wedding
  • Heart-shaped book as rustic wedding decor
  • Arts and crafts table at a wedding reception
  • Vintage 1980s family wedding photograph as reception decor
  • Lemonade serving table at rustic wedding reception
  • Honey lavender mini-cupcakes for a rustic wedding
  • One-tier white wedding cake on a carved wood cake stand
  • Dog tries to cut in on first dance at a rustic North Carolina wedding
  • The couple's dog wore a bow tie to join guests on the dance floor
  • Outdoor rustic wedding reception in Andrews, North Carolina

A Relaxed Mountain Wedding in Andrews, North Carolina

An outdoorsy duo host an intimate wedding weekend complete with evening bonfires, group hikes and hand-picked beers from local microbreweries.

With a guest list that topped out at 45, Lindsay and Corey hosted a small September affair at the Hawkesdene House in Andrews, North Carolina. The house—a mountain estate complete with guest cottages, hiking trails and a bonfire pit—gave the couple the "intimate setting surrounded by natural beauty" they craved, Lindsay says. "Guests never have to leave the property, and ours didn't." Photo: Jen Yuson Photography