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Ethereal + Elegant Morning Rise Inspiration

First up on this morning’s agenda? Find a way to replicate these pretty lil’ lens captures a la Sawyer Baird. Because there is no doubt that perfectly lit mornings punctuated with calming cups o’joe are something really magical. And if you think that’s as dreamy as it gets, just wait until you see how the rest of this beautiful day unfolds in THE VAULT, (hint: it’ll definitely make you a morning person)!

From Sawyer BairdWhen dreaming up your wedding day… I believe that you should always take the morning slow. As hard as that may seem. When dreaming up this session we wanted a classic bridal with neutral tones – along with a lot of emotion. Easily, your wedding morning is the first thing that came to mind.

The slow morning rise with a cup of coffee reflecting on the day that is about to be the most amazing day of your life is not only important, but beyond special.

See more early morning inspirations in THE VAULT!

Photography: Sawyer Baird | Floral Design: Forage & Fleur | Wedding Dress: Theia | Rings: Trumpet & Horn | Makeup: Bobbie Riot | Calligraphy: Sarah Ingram | Venue: Jamie McPherson, Maria Hickman, Tra Raines | Bridal Boutique: The Sentimentalist | Ribbon: Frou Frou Chic | Ring Box: The Mrs Box

Rustic, Elegant Wedding in Georgia at Vinewood Plantation

This wedding is so incredibly special. Special in the way that it is gorgeous, but also in the way that it is meaningful. It’s glamorous, but filled with so much heart you can’t help but feel something when pouring through Amy Arrington‘s stunning images. It’s warm, it’s cozy, it’s elegant, it’s filled with love –  it’s absolutely perfect. See just what I mean here.


From Amy Arrington PhotographyThe couple, Megan Loflin + Joe Sommers, were married at Vinewood Plantation on November 22, 2013, just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. We loved their “glitter + gold glam” theme at their reception. Fun fact about their “get away car” … it makes an appearance the Zac Brown Band’s music video called “Sweet Annie.”

From The Bride…My now husband, Joe, popped the question while we were visiting New York City, where we’d met while residing there two and half years ago. Having grown up in North Carolina and Georgia, we felt a strong calling to begin our next chapter in the South.

Friends and family were coming from all over the country for our wedding, so we really wanted them to experience a southern affair at its finest! We served apple pie moonshine during the cocktail hour, BBQ, for dinner and southern inspired confections for dessert. We danced the night away to an awesome, classic southern rock band!

My gown was my Grandmother’s, which had also been worn by my Mother and Great Aunt on their wedding days. With the help of a fantastic seamstress in Atlanta, we were able to redesign the gown into a style that better suited me. The gown turned out beautifully and the sentimental value of it is worth its weight in gold (which I used as my core color!).

Even though we chose a beautiful, rustic venue, I really wanted to create a glamorous setting inside the stable. With the help of some of the most talented people I have ever met, including my wedding planner, Eva Clark, this was accomplished. The best part is that our photographer captured our wedding perfectly and I can almost relive the day every time I look through the photo gallery!

Photography: Amy Arrington Photography | Event Planning: Belle of the Ball Events | Eva Clark | Floral Design: Gertie Mae’s Floral Studio | Catering: Fox Brothers BBQ | Hair + Makeup: Claudia Mejerle | Band: Rockasaurus | Ceremony + Reception: Vinewood Plantation | Ceremony Musicians: Celebration String Quartet | Dessert Bar: Blooming Flour | Dress Restyling: Gizzelle James | Linens: Linen Hero | Rentals: Crush Event Rentals | Veil: Fabulous Frocks of Atlanta

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Romantic Outdoor Wedding Amongst the Trees

This Georgia wedding is so thoughtfully personalized, using treasured family antiques decorating the reception and small wooden boats floating on the surrounding ponds as a nod to the groom’s love for sailing. It’s moments like that, planned by Chancey Charm Weddings with florals by Gertie Mae’s Floral Studio, that make this day so special. The images by Odalys Mendez Photography certainly help too. See this gorgeous day unfold right here.


From Odalys Mendez PhotographyA collector and artisan at heart, Leah knew when she started planning her dream wedding that she would be involved in every last detail. She incorporated family heirlooms and traditions into the day, bringing treasured family antiques to the gardens to make her guests feel like a part of her home. The day was a warm meeting of family and friends, surrounded by the beauty of nature, and steeped in relaxed southern comfort. Heirloom photographs of ancestors were included in the invitation suite. To honor the groom’s interest in boating, small wooden sailboats floated on ponds throughout the venue.

Photography: Odalys Mendez | Planner: Chancey Charm | Wedding Gown: Elie Saab For Pronovias | Catering: Epting Events | Ceremony And Reception: Dunaway Gardens | Custom Cornhole Game: Style My Corn Toss | Custom Ribbon Wands: Craft Up Your Life | Fingerprinting Tree: Bleu De Toi | Floral: Gertie Mae’s Floral Studio | Towering Blocks Game: The Pearson Shop

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