Give us a southern belle bride wearing Hayley Paige any day of the week and call us smitten. Especially one that elevates her bridal style with the elegance of teal and peach hues and has no issues blending their unabated love for two rival football teams like Notre Dame and Mississippi State University. It's exactly what unfolded at Meghan and Rushton's Catholic nuptial exchange in the heart of downtown Memphis at The Columns with Rob+Deanna capturing all the prettiness. Bella Baxter Special Events planned the "Chicago meets Memphis" wedding day right down to pure perfection - one you will cheer over once you see The Flour Garden's fab cake designs. Especially Rushton's groom's cake paying homage to Bully - MSU's mascot, complete with cowbells.

Southern Belle Bride Wearing Hayley Paige

Right here is a roadmap on how a wedding day can commemorate a couple's love story and their journey together. From Meghan and Rushton's hometowns, common love for football to the celebration of their alma maters, everything about this sweet couple's personalities are encapsulated. We can truly tell they are one fun loving and stylish duo. Seriously, we can never get enough of Hayley Paige's iconic Dori gown that Meghan selected from Maggie Louise Bridal. It's hard not to fall in love with this Alabaster tulle bridal gown with its halter high neck and crystal bodice. With its flounced skirt and chapel train, it is no surprise bride's find the dress of the dreams being this stunner which is not only perfect for down the aisle moment but those moves on the dance floor. Rich teals and vibrant peach hues are pulled in from the chic bridemaids' dresses found at Bella Bridesmaid to the floral garland and tall vase tablescapes. A rustic glam is achieved inside the The Columns ballroom with earth tone wooden cross back chairs. Lavender details and lighting softens the room and compliments BBJ Linen tablescapes for a romantic edge. And how can we not talk about those fantastic cakes. We honestly had to do a second take (okay maybe triple) when we first saw Bully the bulldog as he is just too realistic and makes us want to ring our own cowbells.