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Llamas at your wedding? Yes!

This adorable Louisiana couple decided to surprise their guests with the cutest and best dressed llamas on their wedding day, and we are here for it! Elizabeth Hartley and Tim Cato’s August wedding was held on Northshore in the greater New Orleans area, and although their special “guests” were the just cutest, they still couldn’t hold a candle to the lovely bride. This southern couple’s outdoor event may have been held during the height of summer, but their sweet, vintage style felt like spring as their original date had to be rescheduled due to the pandemic.

The couple’s sense of humor was on full display starting with these super cute rescheduled invitations.

Elizabeth’s bridal look as simple and elegant with natural makeup and a simple up-do accented by a single flower. From her flowing, strapless gown to the white and greenery laden florals the style choices were perfect for the relaxed, romantic event.

The Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum sits on the Tchefuncte River in Mandeville, Louisiana near New Orleans.

We are super into florals for just about any time of year. These muted blue and sage bridesmaid gowns are just perfect, and the creamy lace dresses paired with greenery crowns on the young ladies are simply the sweetest!

Llamas. Do we have to say more? We’re loving this personalized cake stand the couple can incorporate into their home decor.

Who doesn’t love pie, especially individual ones?

The Real Wedding is also featured in the Winter 2021 issue of I Do Y’all Magazine. You see more southern wedding inspo and real weddings by viewing the issue online.

Gown | Tulip Bridal Bridal Boutique | Lauren Proper Bridesmaids’ Boutique | After Six from The Dessy Group Cakes & Desserts | Emily’s Sweet Treats Catering | Cornerstone Catering Flowers | Lauren Proper Groomswear | Men’s Wearhouse Invitations | Minted Hair & Makeup | Up’Sa Daisy Salon Photography | Tisha Simon Photography Planner | Jax Martin Rings | Michael’s Fine Jewelers Venue | Lake Pontchartrain Basin Maritime Museum

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