Purple and Yellow Real Wedding with Honeybee Theme

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Ah, purple–an adored wedding color. And we too, are enamored with Jen and Mark’s purple and yellow wedding with its honeybee theme. Yes, a honeybee theme! We love that too–Jen and Mark went to a Blake Shelton concert and his, “Honeybee” song became their theme. :) First-look photos, adorable honeybees, a bold and bright color scheme, and a beautiful couple are all highlights from this simple and sweet wedding. Mark and Jen met and married at White Plains United Methodist Church in Cary, North Carolina–where Jen is a youth pastor and Mark, a lay leader. After the ceremony, they had a quick reception with light appetizers, cake and punch.

Shot by Brett Fox Photography, this wedding is incredibly sweet and really fun. Planning a purple wedding? We know you’ll enjoy this one. 

Purple and Yellow wedding with a honeybee theme

To Prevent Cold Feet--fun wedding socks

Bride and Groom getting ready: purple and yellow wedding colors

black and white photo of wedding rings in The Bible.

black and white photo of bride and groom getting ready

bride and groom kissing: first look wedding photo

first look photo separated by wall

purple petticoat and purple wedding shoes

father and daughter walking down the aisle

ceremony photo of bride and groom at the altar

bride and groom performing unity sand ceremony

wedding party dressed in purple, black and yellow

small purple and yellow wedding bouquet

Bridesmaids in black dresses and wearing yellow sunglasses

bridesmaids lined up holding purple and yellow wedding bouquets

groomsmen dressed in purple and yellow

bride and groom under Pullen Park sign

bride and groom honeybee cake topper

purple and yellow honeybee wedding cake

bee cake topper on yellow wedding cake

 wedding guests dancing at wedding reception

bride and groom and wedding rings

Congrats Jen and Mark!

 

Credits

Photographer:  Brett Fox Photography
Submitted via Two Bright Lights

 

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