When most people imagine fall weddings they imagine deeper hues of colors, but Emily had another vision for her fall wedding. This past November, we had the pleasure of working with this sweet Texas couple who knew the colors their palette consisted of and needed no further convincing: shades of pinks, peaches, whites, and greens. These shades brightened up our fall, and made for the most beautiful day for the two to say "I Do".
Looking at stunning Emily in this photo, you would never imagine that it was pretty chilly that day would you? She braved the cold for the most beautiful photos captured by Jennings King, and the lighting in her images was EVERYTHING. Her bouquet was like none we have ever seen before (courtesy of Stephanie Gibbs Events).
Everyone agreed that the head table needed to stand out from the rest of the guest tables somehow, someway. The team came up with the creative idea to do all clear glass cylinders with lush greenery all the way down the table. With a bridal party of 26, this table was a grand 32 feet long. Now without an image, some may be apprehensive because what is an arrangement without flowers? These beauties are arrangements without flowers, and they speak for themselves!
Everyone didn't mind the cold once they hit that dance floor, where their band Perfect 10 kept them dancing all night long. After all of the energy burned everyone deserved a beautifully delicious slice of cake made by the talented ABCD. The Wedding Row recently featured this wedding, so head over to their blog to read more! All of this beauty wasn't created alone, thank you to all of our vendors who helped make Emily + Alex's day perfect!
Band: Perfect 10
Bridesmaids Dresses: Bella Bridesmaid
Bridal Gown: Vera Wang
Florist: Stephanie Gibbs Events
Invitations: SAS-E Ink
Photography: Jennings King
Rentals: Event Works
Save The Date Watercolor: Hatch Cove Designs
Tent: Skyline Southeast
Transportation: Lowcountry Valet & Shuttle
Venue & Catering: Middleton Place
Videography: Life in Rewind
The Hill & Co. Creative Team