Wormsloe Wedding Styled Shoot

Styled Shoot

We love when we get the opportunity to work with other creative professionals in this industry. We collaborated with some of the best people here in Savannah on this Wormsloe wedding styled shoot. The live oaks and Spanish moss is what drew us to shoot this modern romantic wedding. If you want to see more check out Weddings Unveiled Magazine to see the featured post.

Photography: Vitor Lindo Designer/Planner: Posh Petals and Pearls | Make-Up & Hair: Heather Ferguson from Beyond Beautiful China: Ranco and Lillian’s ChinaVintage furnishings: Savannah Vintage Rentals
Dress: BleuBelle BridalTux: J Parker Ltd Florist: A to Zinnias Calligrapher: Ashley CurryCake and Desserts: Savannah’s Hall of CakesMale Model: Chris Brychcy | Female Model: Taylor Jackson | Model Agency: Halo Models
Categories: Styled Shoot

Falling for Fall

Oh belles, I cannot tell you how much I love fall. The smells, the colors, the pumpkins on front porches. Absolutely everything about fall screams cups of hot cocoa and big blanket scarves. However living in Savannah, we rarely see fall peak it’s head out until December, even January. What is a girl, and numerous brides, to do when she wants to bring the colorful season to the low country?

Being a guest at four weddings this fall, and working many more, I have seen a ton of different ways to weave in the spirit of fall to a big day. From using miniature pumpkins and heirloom gourds, to candlelit chandeliers and family style seating. There are so many ways to subtly and tastefully give a nod to the cooling temperatures and changing colors. Here are some of my favorite ways to incorporate the season:

  • Do an oyster roast for your rehearsal or even the reception! Oysters are synonymous with the fall months, didn’t your mama ever tell you to only eat oysters in months with an “r”?
  • Serve spiked apple cider or hot toddy’s as a signature cocktail- recipe here
  • Throw an outdoor celebration and set out warm blankets or shawls for guests to curl up in as your favor.
  • Use the season’s colors as your backdrop; play with deep purples, grays, and romantic reds. Even better, dress your gals in plum or wine shade.
  • For floral, incorporate seasonal blooms like dahlias, thistles, and gum tree leaves.
  • Use vintage barn tables to create a chic rustic look.
Categories: Colors, Florals, Inspirations, Trends
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