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Sparkly New Year’s Eve Party

It’s almost time to say our goodbyes to 2014; out with the old, in with the new! And as we prep for the beginning of the new year, there’s no better way than with gold sparkles and mini champagne bottles. Gray Harper Event Maker created the perfect scene to ring in 2015, and with all of Izzy Hudgins‘ shimmering snaps, I’m gathering all of my ideas from this gallery to toast to the new year in style.

From Izzy Hudgins Photography… What’s a New Year’s Eve party without a little sparkle?! Gray Harper Event Maker shows how to throw a playful porch party with lots of holiday glitz. Spring for sequin tablecloths but forage in your natural surroundings for decor – here, we spray painted magnolia blooms gold. Create fun personalized gifts for your guests that double as escort cards by labeling champagne bottles with their names. Using playful patterns like stripes and polka dots keeps your decor modern yet whimsical. And be sure to have a well stocked bar and yummy hors d’oeuvres to keep the party going – we love colorful macarons and fresh asiago popcorn!

Photography: Izzy Hudgins Photography | Event Design: Gray Harper Event Maker | Reception Venue: Brockington Hall | Catering: Thrive Catering | Hair & Makeup: Dollface By Jules | Bowtie: French Knot Studios | Macarons: Maison De Macarons | Paper Goods: Lavender & Honey Designs | Rentals: Savannah Special Events

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Romantic Georgian Wedding Inspiration

There is nothing I love more than a fresh and beautiful DIY and this wedding shoot from French Knot Studios and Izzy Hudgens Photography has done not only that (the embroidery hoop centerpiece is to die for) but continued the fab in a shoot inspired by the beauty of Georgia. And it is perfect.


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From French Knot StudiosGeorgia is known for peaches, but it’s also known for cotton, peanuts, and honey. With these products as our inspiration, we created some romantic ideas. Ruffled flowers, hues of burgundy and peach, and a sweet tea bar are just a few of the lovely elements. A hanging centerpiece of embroidery hoops with handmade paper and lush florals doubles as a fun prop for portraits. Honeycomb hexagons line the aisle, and make perfect garnish skewers for the iced tea. You can also include the hexagon with the wedding invite for guests to send back with well wishes written in. Then line the aisle with all the sweet thoughts from your loved ones. Gold gilded packages with long satin ribbons decorate a pile of presents. A decadent vanilla wedding cake covered in whipped peanut butter icing and topped with fresh, local honeycomb is the perfect way to end the evening. With a beautiful view of Savannah’s historic skyline, the Westin’s gazebo and crisp lawn is a delightful venue for weddings.

Photography: Izzy Hudgins Photography | Event Design: French Knot Studios | Floral Design: Harvey Designs | Wedding Dress: BleuBelle Bridal | Cake: A Squad Bakeshop | Invitations: Miss Wyolene | Favors: Byrd Cookie Company | Favors: Savannah Bee Company | Hair & Make-up Artist: Michelle Royal Makeup Artistry & Hair Styling | Wholesale Flowers: FiftyFlowers.com

Simply Southern Savannah Inspiration Shoot at The Davenport Museum

We see so much pretty come out of the gorgeous city of Savannah, we can barely keep track. And we can add this gorgeous shoot dreamt up by Design Studio South to the tippy top of that pretty list. From the stunning southern inspired style to the gorgeous florals from A To Zinnias and everything in between, these images from Mackensey Alexander Photography are simply divine.

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From Design Studio SouthWe love the south, Savannah in particular. We couldn’t feel more blessed to be a part of such a lovely industry, with so many talented individuals. We coordinated this shoot with the intention to collaborate with some of our all time favorite local vendors, and to of course get some lovely photos out of it.

The idea – simply. southern: a groom that happily carries his brides train, a biscuit bar, a hand made bow tie made of vintage lace, a fluffy tulle gown, and big beautiful classic hair. Can you tell we had fun?

Photography: Mackensey Alexander Photography | Event Design: Design Studio South | Coordination: Design Studio South | Floral Design: A To Zinnias | Wedding Dress: Bleu Belle Bridal | Cake: KM Cake Design | Invitations: Design Studio South | Hair And Makeup: B Street Salon | Bridal Accessories: Bleu Belle Bridal | Ceremony Backdrop: French Knot Studios | Historic Home: The Davenport Museum | Vintage Rentals: Rentiquity

Savannah Engagement Shoot

This cute couple and their adoring e-session will definitely bring a smile to your Tuesday. Shot by Jade and Matthew Take Pictures, and showcasing their shared love of golf, the shoot is full of love and laughter. Get more goodies in the full gallery here.


From Jade and Matthew Take Pictures Miranda and TJ met and fell in love in the military. They love playing sports together especially golf! And you can see they have a terrific style!! Sweet, Romantic, and Vintage!

Photography: Jade And Matthew Take Pictures | Styling: Gray Harper Event Maker | Location: E. Shaver Bookstore

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Savannah Bridal Shoot Inspiration

Savannah is romance defined… a truly perfect precursor to a walk down the aisle. This bridal shoot brought to us by Sawyer BairdIvory & Beau, and Sarah Ingram is a portrait of pure sophistication. Add to it a gorgeous handmade Ivana Krejci gown and it’s officially a feast for our couture loving eyes. Fortunately, all the pretty is on display right here in the gallery.


From Sawyer BairdThis bridal session was placed together with some of the greatest vendors and the sweetest ladies. I had planned a personal weekend to Savannah for a mini vacation. That soon changed and this shoot came to life. Shooting in Savannah has been something I have dreamed about for some time now.

Ivory & Beau allowed me to use these beautiful pieces from Twigs & Honey, Jaclyn Jordan, Ivana Krejci, and I had my dear friend Sarah Ingram do what she does best- create!

Being able to work with a Ivana Krejci gown was swoon worthy. These gowns are handmade and beyond stunning.

Overall- I can’t really say just how grateful I am for this amazing shoot.

Photography: Sawyer Baird | Florals: Sarah Ingram | Wedding Dress: Ivana Krejci | Hair & Makeup: Michelle Royal | Calligraphy: Sarah Ingram | Bridal Shop: Ivory + Beau | Hair Piece: Twigs And Honey | Model: Sawyer Greenberg | Private: - | Veil: Jaclyn Jordan NY

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Quaint Southern Chapel Wedding

There’s something about this simple chapel wedding that makes my heart really happy. Like smiling ear-to-ear and can’t stop happy. It’s a little reminder that the very best days aren’t overdone with details, but rather focus on the love. Watch the story unfold from Amy Arrington’s lens right here.

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Fall
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Elegant

From Amy Arrington PhotographyStefanie + Tyler were married at one of the sweetest little churches in the South. Whitefield Chapel is located at Bethesda Academy in Savannah. The scene at Bethesda is so dreamy with all of the oak trees and Spanish moss.

From The Bride…We chose Savannah for our destination wedding because of its beautiful southern charm, romantic feel and an enjoyable weekend for our guests. The weekend was planned to allow our guests to experience the highlights of Savannah; Thursday night was a haunted Halloween ghost tour, Friday guests were invited to rehearsal dinner at Lady and Sobs followed by a cocktail party at the 109 West house, Saturday was our wedding and Sunday guests joined for a farewell brunch.

Our wedding day was a beautiful fall day in Savannah where the bridal partygoer ready at the 109 West House. Trolleys transported the bridal party and guests from historic downtown Savannah to The Whitefield Chapel at Bethesda Academy. The ceremony was conducted by a family friend, Judge Kenneth Lester in a historic chapel filled with friends, family and flowers in memory of Stefanie’s Nanny and Tyler’s Grandma Ruby.

Guests enjoyed a cocktail hour on the patio of Trustees Garden enjoying snacks and Peachy Savannah Sangria. The night was filled with fantastic Motown music courtesy of The Root Doctors band which kept guests dancing all night long.

After our sparkler exit we were whisked away on a pedicab, wishing all of our friends and family a farewell after the end of a perfect day!

One year prior, Tyler proposed to me while on vacation, so Savannah will always hold a special place in our hearts.

Photography: Amy Arrington Photography | Videography: Jeff And Mollie Weddings | Flowers: A To Zinnias | Cake: Cake It Away | Church: Whitefield Chapel | Reception Venue: The Charles H. Morris Center | Catering: Cal Berry Catering | Makeup: Dollface By Jules | Band: The Root Doctors | Transportation: Oglethorpe Trolleys | Getting Ready Location: 109 West | Rehearsal Dinner Venue: Lady And Sons