We hope you all had a fabulous New Year! We know that 2012 is just going to be amazing especially since we're kicking it off with this gorgeous winter wedding inspiration by The Studio B Photography. Taking a cue from the classic, romantic look of the 1940s, Jamie Elliott McPherson mixed high style with a warm vibe for the perfect vintage winter celebration. The adorable game night theme, using vintage playing cards and poker sets, brings some coziness to the glam setting that we are just wild about. Get snuggly in the full gallery and see each and every perfect detail!
From The Studio B Photography...This photo shoot was inspired by the 1940's. After much research was done by owners Jamie and Tra to get Vinewood listed on The National Register of Historic Places, they discovered that the minister that once owned Vinewood from 1941-1946 officiated many simple weddings there.
During this time Vinewood was lovingly known then as "The Wedding House" by the local community. During WWII most weddings were kept simple and understated. So after Pastor Young would perform the intimate ceremonies that usually only consisted of the Bride & Groom and immediate family a large picnic for family and friends would be held on the front lawn of Vinewood.
The "Perfect Pair" themed shoot was inspired by the "game night" concept for a reception. A perfect pair being two aces in a hand of cards, otherwise known as a Top Pair. Everything from vintage playing cards, real clay poker chips to bakelite dice are all from the 40's era.
One of the most authentic details was the Malmaison bouquet crafted by Virtu Floral and Event Design. A Malamaison bouquet is made to look like one giant rose. Ours was 9 inches in diameter! The bouquet is actually made of individual rose petals being pinned and glued in al concentric circle and creates the illusion of one large natural bloom.
Photography: The Studio B Photography / Venue: Vinewood / Stylist: Jamie Elliott McPherson /Asst. Stylist: Maria Fabre Hickman / Flowers: Virtu Floral & Event Design / Tablescape Design: Southern Flair Events / Wedding Dress: Fabulous Frocks of Atlanta / Accessories: Fine & Fleurie / Tuxedo: Celebrate Tuxedos / Hair and Make up: Claudia Mejerle / Desserts: Blooming Flour Bakery / Drapery: Quest Drape / Candles: Luminari Rentals / Vintage Furniture: Irvin Antley / Chiavari and Ghost Chairs: Sweet Seats Atlanta / Farm table: Something Borrowed Vintage