Hot air balloon boutonniere by Andrea Gray Harper.
Photo by Jade + Matthew Take Pictures.
Big thanks to Emmaline Bride for posting our tea party shoot, yesterday. Great write up, and beautiful images!
Big thanks to Emmaline Bride for her post on wedding day suspenders and using our suspenders. Though it was posted in December, I just discovered it. Thanks again Emmaline! Her blog is great for DIY projects and lots of great inspiration.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Everyone else is posting pink and red today, so here’s a little something different…
More inspiration from the creative collaboration of Lovely Day Studios. This time we were trying to capture a more wintry vibe with a subtle hint of spring’s first green. This shoot can also be found in the pages of the latest issue of Savannah Weddings Magazine.
Fabric Toss Bouquet
Velvet, Vintage Brooch, Tulle, and Sequin Sash
Rhinestone and Pearl Lariat Necklace for your Back
Izzy Hudgins and I were at Savannah Magazine’s Behind the Veil Event on Sunday, February 12th at the Jepson Museum in historic Downtown Savannah. Although it was unseasonably chilly, our bright decor warmed lots of hearts.
My wedding is less than two months away! Here’s a little sneak peak of some of my inspiration and some of the things I’m making for the big day. And if you’re in Savannah, come by the Jepson for Savannah Magazine’s Bridal Show. I’ll be there with even more wedding creations. Today (February 12th) from noon-5.
Martha Stewart’s feature on sheer sherbet colors got the ideas flowing. We are having a cheerful, spring wedding in beautiful Savannah, Georgia. I was hoping the azaleas would join us, but all this warm weather has got them blooming now! Oh well, as long as our nuclear summer doesn’t arrive early too ;o)
Some more color inspiration courtesy of 100 Layer Cake.
I’ve made some neckties. The groom’s is on the left followed by the best man, our Dad’s, his Grandfather and Brother-in-Law.
I appliqued our table numbers, embroidered the outline, then stretched them over little canvases.
Other projects on the list: vests for the nephews, dresses for the nieces (there are only 2 of each), a wedding arch, Georgia Tech suspenders for the groom, and trivia booklet escort cards.
Stay tuned for more pictures to follow…