Y’all, I have fallen in love sleeved dresses these days! I love how the Princess Kate Middleton style has evolved and included more exotic, cap sleeves. I wanted to feature some of my favorite styles below!
The main theme of Caroline and Ryan’s wedding day was traditional and southern. I must say, it does not get more classic than this gorgeous Southern Belle and her husband to be. Caroline was a vision in her Scarlett O’Hara inspired gown and Ryan’s white, dinner jacket just played into the formality that was their wedding day.
I had the pleasure of coordinating their wedding with Sage Innovations‘ owner, Cory Lambert. Cory started working with this adorable couple a year in advance of their wedding. When, six months later, Cory found out she was pregnant with baby girl number two, I stepped in in the final month to finish up the planning and execution of this dream wedding day. With a guest count of over three hundred guests and a two day set up to boot, it was certainly a challenge, but a beautiful one at that. I am happy to announce it was a total success!
The color scheme held mostly greens and whites, with accents of golds and silvers that played into the polished look Caroline had always been dreaming of. With three floral and greenery chandeliers hanging over the dance floor, I would say that, and the garden created in front of the six piece band, were some dramatic focal pieces.
Get swept away in this gorgeous wedding at the grand Lowndes Grove here in Charleston, South Carolina.
I never thought that this was my style but it turns out I am quickly falling in love with garden style bouquets that have more of a whimsical, less structured style. What do you think of this new trend?
Photo via Style Me Pretty (I think these colors are my absolute favorite, y’all!)
Congratulations! You’re engaged! You have called, texted, or messaged every single family member and friend that you know of to tell them the good news. And now it is time to get the planning started for your wedding day. But before you get too carried away in your dreams of having a seven tier cake and Van Morrison singing live in the background, start talking budget. Yes, I know it can be a hard and uncomfortable topic, but I promise you, you will not regret getting it out of the way before you fall head over heels with those floating, crystal chandeliers to later find out they don’t fit in with the allowance. Now that you have that number in mind, if it seems to be a bit lower than you were expecting, I have created a list of helpful areas you can cut back on that may not affect your vision, but will certainly help your budget.