Nestled in the Fisher Park Historic District of downtown Greensboro, North Carolina, the McAlister-Leftwich House enhanced the simple elegance of an intimate, timeless wedding influenced by neutrals and vintage details.
The house is a union of two historic homes: the Gant-McAlister House, a 1915 Queen Anne converted to a Colonial Revival style, and the Leftwich House, an 1875 Gothic Revival-Inspired property. Rich in history, these two homes blend seamlessly to create a new, modern venue inspired by what has come before. Its cool-toned exterior, fit with white accents and a cozy porch, make for soft, romantic wedding photos.
Invitation suites by The Paint Grind incorporated the couple’s neutral color palette and botanical-inspired accents. Each envelope was carefully embellished with a watercolor portrait of the the McAlister-Leftwich House for a personalized, refined touch.
The couple’s neutral color palette and simple decor infused with natural elements allowed the venue’s vintage architectural details to imbue their ceremony with timeless romance. The interior and exterior of the McAlister-Leftwich house are embellished with vintage details, providing a soft and simple setting for an intimate, timeless styled wedding showcasing enduring romance.
By Olivia DuCharme
Submitted by | photography, Heidi Bee, Heidi Bee Photography | balloons, Amber, Balloon Blueprint | videography, Ellie McKinney, Ellie McKinney Photography | invitation suite, Sophia Parker, The Paint Grind | venue, Kaitlyn Holland, McAlister-Leftwich House | wedding dress, The Magnolia Bride | florals, Jenny, Jenny’s Projects | make-up, Ingrid Rodriguez, Artistry by Ingrid | rentals, Sweet Everlasting Vintage Rentals | rentals, Eventful NC | cake, 10 Bloom Cakes | hair, Touched by Angel | models, Nicole, Chelsea