Summer Wedding Inspiration
July 22, 2010
Summer Weddings

Our next affair is totally reminiscent of summertime romance. This shoot brought to us by Krystal Mann, Feria Cinematic Imagery, and Cedarwood is some seriously gorgeous inspiration for an intimate country celebration. I am dying over the darling details, the sweet ceremony decor, and the artistic little touches. You don't even want to get me started on the watermelon station in the back of the truck!?! Love. Warm summer nights are here and this shoot totally embraces the glowing sunsets, fresh fruits, and colorful petals. This will not only inspire but will make you want to gather up your friends for a fresh little outdoor dinner. There are more tons, TONS more amazing details for you right here in our galleries.






{Click here to see all the lovely summer details in the galleries}

The fun's not over yet. We're bringing you the whole shoot right now and you have a front row seat for the show. Feast your eyes on the film by Feria Cinematic...

Cedarwood Style Shoot: Nashville Wedding from Feria Cinematic on Vimeo.

A perfect day for a romantic, nostalgic Southern summer wedding. Nostalgic crackles from the Victrola accompany the songbirds as the early summer sun dips down towards the treeline. A quaint gathering of friends nestle on the grass on homemade quilts, awaiting the proud entrance of the bride and groom. Streaming pennants sway between the trees from the light breeze, and the local flowers that adorn the walkways shine in the golden sun's warm glow. A light outdoor reception on the lawn with berries and cream, sweet tea, ice-cold Coke and fresh homemade berry pies in lieu of the expected wedding cake.

Our couple are a creative pair: she an artist and he a musician, so the unique handcrafted details fit their personality. Many of the pieces used to style this Southern summer wedding inspiration shoot were personal handmade items, including the artwork (other than the Renoir) painted by our groom's grandmother. Each place setting had a miniature art easel instead of a name card, and the mixed media artwork hung from many of the trees around the wedding area. A painted canvas was used for guests to sign and give well wishes and this unique "guest book" was finished with portions of the groom's boutonniere, fabric garland as well as pieces from their program.

Vendor List: Photography: Krystal Mann / Cinematography: Feria Cinematic Imagery / Venue, Flowers, Styling and Decor: Cedarwood / Styling and Decor:  Cedarwood, Krystal Mann / Jewelry:  Stella and Dot / Styling and Handmade Details: Krystal Mann / Wedding Dress: The Bride Room / Groom Attire: Billy Reid