We’ve had a longtime love affair with the pretty happening over at Charleston Weddings, so when an opportunity to collaborate on their latest Fall-Winter 2016 magazine came about, we jumped on it. Inside the issue, you’ll find an exclusive Style Me Pretty section that we’ve custom-designed for the Charleston bride including a real elopement, inspo for your bachelorette weekend, stationery trends, and a Q&A with Abby Larson. In celebration of this exciting partnership, we’re sharing a glimpse of the issue’s must-see fashion shoot photographed by Corbin Gurkin. Pop the bubbly and let’s celebrate!
“We brought the season’s most timeless gowns here to
harken the era where colorful laces, layered luxe fabrics,
hand-embroidered veils, and jewels upon jewels reigned.”
From Charleston Weddings… When we first visited the newly restored and redressed Gibbes Museum of Art, we were blown away by the majestic architecture, grand sense of space inside and out, and fabulous art collection. The Campbell Rotunda (so named for the stained glass dome that tops it) sculpture gallery particularly struck us and we know brides and grooms hosting weddings there were in for epic memories. Taking a cue from the Edwardian period when the museum first opened its stylish doors to patrons, we brought the season’s most timeless gowns here to harken the era where colorful laces, layered luxe fabrics, hand- embroidered veils, and jewels upon jewels reigned. Looking for a major Big Day statement in a storied location? Look no further.
For full fashion and style credits, head on over to Charleston Weddings Magazine now!
Photography: Corbin Gurkin Photography | Styling: Lindsey Nowak | Hair + Makeup: Ashley Brook Perryman | Venue: The Gibbes Museum of Art | Chairs, Sofa, Pillows: Ooh! Events | Original Source: Charleston Weddings Magazine