From the photographer, Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer:
A little bit of country, a little bit of elegance. We got away from the rustic look and found a more romantic way to fit this wedding. With bright colors and eye catching details, my team and I put together a styled shoot that a bride from any region could get on board with.
The dress by Ivy and Aster was a great complement to the shoot. With laser cut layers and a gorgeously detailed beaded cape, it was a super light and airy gown and also perfectly falls in line with the bridal fashion trending right now.
The invites were watercolor with a modern approach to the RSVP card.
I loved the cake table. The three cakes with ombre details and soft pastels was a new spin on the traditional one cake. Stunning florals accented the unfinished wooden top table and the “bride and groom” mannequins brought a very unique accent to the table.
The reception table was a worn blue table and we used purple napkins to contrast the colors of the florals. Old silverware was placed next to the gold-lined plates for a subtle juxtaposition of classic and antique. There were great food details like the mini open fruit pies, pecan desserts, and a peach signature drink with actual sliced peaches in it.
THE STYLE TEAM
Photographer: Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer // Invitation Designer: Announce This // Cake Designer: Classic Cakes // Dress Store: Jennifer Behr // Floral Designer: Victorian Gardens