This past weekend, we had the joy and honor of celebrating one of our dear couple’s wedding day at Oldfield Planation Club. The bride’s color palette consisted of peach, ivory, creams, dusty shale and nile blue. When combined, the colors and textures created a beautiful, soft, romantic southern feel.
The layout under the tent consisted of family style tables, which were topped with ivory linens and burlap and lace runners. Each place setting was set with a beautiful charger, which was topped with a nile blue napkin and preserved cotton bolls. Each table was overshadowed by beautiful custom built mason jar chandeliers from JLK Events, who in fact provided all of the lighting you see in the pictures.
The place cards doubled as favors, which I’m a huge fan of, and were provided by A Floral Affair. They were potted succulent plants that guests could take home and grow for years to come. I always like to pull a sense of “home” into my designs so we brought in a beautiful (and extremely heavy!) round furniture piece to house the cake by Sheri’s Edible Designs. We placed it in the center of the tent to create a dramatic statement as guests found the way to their seats.
One of my favorite moments throughout the night was when the bride surprised her groom with an artist who was there to paint a scene from the reception. The final product was out of this world! What a thoughtful way to cherish this sweet day for the rest of your life.
I captured a few shots with my new Nikon D3100 because I was in love with all the detail and really wanted to try out my new toy I’m sure these shots will in no way compare to the images captured by their photographers, Melissa and Graham Suggs of Suggs Photography. I’ll be sure to share those with you in a few weeks!
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