The bride from this shoot was born and raised in the south and the love story happened in central Florida, so the couple pulled much inspiration from that southern charm and the city of Savannah itself. The guestbook was a beautiful photo book of Savannah with old and recent pictures of historic downtown building images next to each other. The cakes were traditional southern style cakes with some of their grandmother’s recipes and strawberries from bride’s grandfather’s strawberry farm in Plant City. They also served pulled pork and had a macaroni and cheese station, and there was also a cigar bar for those who love smoking. They wanted the feel of the wedding to be inviting, comfortable and fun, not stuffy and serious, so they managed to do that successfully.
The color scheme was extremely elegant: navy and gold with touches of white, it looked cool. The tables were decorated in navy and gold, with white florals, which gave them a glam and cute look.
The bride purchased all three pieces of her dress separately—an Alexandra Grecco cami + tulle skirt, and a lace Rebecca Schoneveld top from Ivory and Beau. Which she didn’t see all together until three weeks before the big day, and then had to get altered. The belt was even DIY! So impressive and such a great case for trusting your vision. Beautiful navy caged shoes polished her bridal look; her ombre hair was very cute and soft-looking.
The groom also followed the color scheme they’ve chosen and rocked a navy suit. The bridesmaids were dressed in navy with white flowers, and the most of white was reserved for the bride, of course, she stood out among the girls.
Various DIY projects included floral centerpieces, framed photo signs, and all of the décor, the guys succeeded in creating all of these pieces. They also brought in signage from KMN Calligraphy. Now enjoy more pics of this gorgeous big day!