Katherine & Dan’s May Wedding at Merrimon-Wynne House | Raleigh, NC

Griffin Hart Davis, Chestnut & Vine Day-of Wedding Coordination, Merrimon-Wynne House

Katherine, a native of Wake Forest, NC, wanted her wedding day to be a reflection of her Southern roots with a touch of her and her fiancé Dan’s fun, laid back personalities.  The historic Merrimon-Wynne House in Downtown Raleigh, with its quintessential mix of old Southern Charm and modern elegance, was the perfect setting for their Memorial Day Weekend wedding, and the weather was as equally as beautiful as the bride.


Katherine’s favorite wedding moment was having her and Dan’s closest family and friends all in one place to celebrate their marriage, which was poignantly commemorated in a post-ceremony photo taken by the immensely talented Griffin Davis of Griffin Hart Davis Photography.  Their guests were treated to a delicious meal expertly prepared by Rocky Top Catering and entertained throughout the evening by Eddie Leonard Productions.  It was the Father of the Bride, however, who brought down the house when he shared a hilarious letter written by a 13 year-old Katherine while she was away at summer camp.  It was a glimpse into the love and laughter that will undoubtedly be at the core of their lasting relationship.

Congratulations, Katherine and Dan!  It was the perfect wedding for a loving couple who could not be more perfect for each other.  Thank you for allowing Chestnut & Vine to be a part of it!


Katherine & Dan’s All Star Wedding Team

Ceremony/Reception Venue: Merrimon-Wynne House

Photographer: Griffin Hart Davis Photography

Floral Design: Watkins Flowers of Distinction

Wedding Coordination: Chestnut & Vine Day-of Wedding Coordination

Catering: Rocky Top Catering

Officiant: Ben Poston

Linen/Dinnerware Rentals: CE Rental

Decor Rentals: Homemade Bride

Hair/Makeup: Parlor Blow Dry Bar

Cake Design: Christi Butner

DJ: Eddie Leonard Productions


All Photos Taken by Griffin Hart Davis Photography

All Photos Taken by Griffin Hart Davis Photography