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Here’s Proof That Intimate Weddings Are Just as Breathtaking as Lavish Affairs

If your guest count had to be majorly reduced due to COVID-19 restrictions and you’re worried your Big Day won’t be as beautiful as you once imagined… allow this stunningly intimate affair at Foxhall Resort to prove you oh so wrong. Just think – less of your budget on guest meals means more for heavenly blooms and jaw-dropping decor. Bloomin’ Bouquets absolutely blew us away with their whimsical dusty pink arrangements, from the circular floral ceremony installation to the centerpieces. Don’t miss out on the full gallery, captured by Amy Arrington Photography and planned by Shelley Legg of Chancey Charm, for all the intimate wedding inspiration.

From Amy Arrington PhotographyThe most inspirational small wedding! Nancy and Haoran envisioned their wedding day to be small and romantic. They wanted to be surrounded by their closest family and friends from both America and China. 

Their wedding planner, Shelley Legg, of Chancey Charm, brought their vision to life. They wanted a venue with a blank canvas, and chose Foxhall Resort in Georgia. They had their sweet ceremony in a field, and a perfect dinner party out on the patio at The Paddock Restaurant. 

Dusty pinks, whites, and lush greens were their floral vision, and Bloomin’ Bouquets created wonderful arrangements. The ceremony included a whimsical circular floral installation. The dinner tables included two long estate tables filled with simple and delicate floral arrangements. 

Borrowed and Blue created the most perfect place settings. Cakes by Carissa made their wedding cake, and Eltude Entertainment provided amazing ceremony and dinner party music.

Photography: Amy Arrington Photography | Videography: D.P. Weddings | Florals: Bloomin’ Bouquets: Unique Floral and Event Design | Cake: Cakes By Carissa | Catering: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Calligraphy: Peach and Valley | Officiant: Sensational Ceremonies | Beauty: The Moore Agency | Ceremony and Reception: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Furniture Rentals: collectioneventfurnishings | Linens: BBJ La Tavola | Musicians: Etude Entertainment | Place settings: Borrowed And Blue | Planning and Design: Chancey Charm

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Meet the Unexpected Style Combo You’re Going to Fall For

If you needed proof that a modern wedding could be done (and done beautifully) in a rustic space, here it is. Detailed I Do’s conceptualized this bold and sophisticated design with its bright colors, sleek silhouettes, and pops of pattern yet seamlessly tied it in with the rustic, romantic setting that is Foxhall Resort for a wedding editorial captured by Diana Lupu Photography that’s truly one of a kind.

From Detailed I Do’s… We are so delighted to share this Southern, minimalist shoot that was captured at Fox Hall Resort with an awe-inspiring vendor team who brought our bright and bold design to life. We felt so inspired by the stately historic stables on the venue’s property. We wanted to show couples who have been pining to do a rustic wedding that they can put a modern twist on that and really wow their guests while also creating a more sophisticated affect. We incorporated pops of fuchsia pink and bright red, greenery climbing the shiplap walls, and a handwoven striped linen for a dramatic but playful look. Rachel and Patrick, our sweet couple, also influenced our design with their strong features, compelling chemistry, and true adoration for one another.



Photography: Diana Lupu | Event Planning + Design: Detailed I Do's | Floral Design: Victory Blooms | Wedding Dress: Houghton Bride | Cake: Gingerspice Bakery | Stationery: Tiger Lily Invitations | Shoes: Kate Spade | Hair + Makeup: Margaret Snider | Groom's Attire: The Black Tux | Venue: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Bridal Boutique: The Sentimentalist | Earrings, Comb: Hushed Commotion | Linens: BBJ La Tavola | Model: Rachel Hegner from Salt Model & Talent | Model: Rachel Hegner from Salt Model & Talent | Rentals: Presentime Rentals | Veil: Jaclyn Jordan New York | Welcome Gift: From Sir With Love

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Proof Neutral Weddings Are Beyond Gorgeous

Don’t get me wrong I love color at weddings, but there is something so incredibly romantic and tasteful about an all neutral palette and this wedding is living proof! From gorgeous nude-colored bridesmaid dresses to rich floral designs by Stylish Stems in white and soft blush, the subtle details of the day are pure perfection. With Invision Events behind the planning, this wedding was bound to be beautiful and the images captured by Hillary Lee Photography are unreal!

From Photographer, Hillary Leah… The detail of this wedding was absolutely incredibly. First off, the bridesmaid’s dresses were Show Me Your Mumu– which are to die for. Jacqui’s florals and centerpieces were so much fun to capture. The venue itself is gorgeous, especially in Mid-November. However, the head table is what had all of my attention. The dark stain head table with mercury glass and place settings made such a statement in that reception room. The chargers and gold china made for a photographer’s dream! My favorite thing about Jacqui and Zach was that they were intentional with incorporating pieces to their relationship (they dated since high school!). They handed out Chick-Fil-A sandwiches during the send-off because that’s where they had their first date. Although they had a gorgeous and big wedding, they were both so in the moment and hired incredible vendors that you could just tell they were at ease with thoroughly not worrying about anything! Favorite moment was when Zach saw Jacqui… I mean, just look at the picture!

From the bride and groom… Jacqui and Zach said “I do” on a crisp fall day at Foxhall Resort’s Legacy Lookout, overlooking the beautiful fall foliage in Atlanta, Georgia. Their vision of simple elegance was brought to life with stunning, yet understated details like a semi-naked wedding cake, farm estate tables, soft candlelight and plenty of lush greenery. Jacqui looked beautiful in her tulle ball gown that made it look like she was floating on air as she twirled around the dance floor with her sweet groom. The bridesmaids all wore Show Me Your Mumu and the groom + groomsmen looked sharp in their classic black tuxes. Even Jacqui and Zach’s pup, Turner, dressed the part with an adorable floral and greenery necklace that complimented the maids’ floral crowns. It was a beautiful celebration of love and family, as shown though lots of sweet, candid moments, hugs and pup snuggles. 

From the bride… This may sound bad and I can’t believe I’m admitting it, but because Zach and I have been dating for seven years, its hard to remember the beginning of our relationship as it started out when I was only 15 and a sophomore in high school. I first met Zach on February 7th, 2009. I do remember that date because it was the morning of my first ACT, and my friend Brandy had to pick me up beforehand as I still wasn’t old enough to drive. We stopped by Chic-fil-A for a quick breakfast, and that’s when Zach walked in looking less than excited to be awake that early. He sat with us during the short time we had, and then we went our separate ways for the test. Later that evening, Brandy asked if I wanted to go to the movies with her, Zach, and one of their other best friends. I love the movies, so I agreed to go. Zach came straight from a baseball banquet (if that’s not a foreshadowing of our relationship, I don’t know what is), and of course the first words out of his mouth were complaints about having to dress nice (again.. The foreshadowing).

From that day forward, we spent a majority of our days rotating between each other’s tennis matches and baseball games and we became inseparable. We were able to tough it through two years of long distance while Zach was playing baseball for East Tennessee State University, and then by the grace of God, he made his way to the University of Georgia to continue his baseball career. We became even closer than we were before, which I didn’t think was possible, and were able to spend two years together in our favorite city. From homecomings and proms to high school graduations, to college graduations, to our first real world jobs, Zach and I have seen each at our worst but also at our best. I truly feel like the luckiest girl in the world to have such a selfless, supportive, encouraging, and loving best friend.

From the groom (about the proposal)… The first part of this whole process was picking out a ring. As everyone knows, Jacqui is a total perfectionist and is very specific when it comes to what she wants. This made the ring shopping process and planning the proposal intimidating to say the least. Luckily, after only about an hour of shopping, and a little help from my mom, I finally had the perfect ring that I knew Jacqui would fall in love with. Now came the part of asking Jacqui’s dad for her hand in marriage. I decided to do it at one of his favorite places- the golf course. We booked a tee time at Towne Lake Hills, and I had my fingers crossed that he would be having a good round when it came time to ask him. Thankfully he was having fun through the front nine, but I was not so fortunate. My golf game was struggling as all I could think about was what I was going to say. After 9 holes of running the scenario through my head, I finally built up the courage to ask him. Even though I caught him off guard, he gave me his permission to ask Jacqui. It had been a long time coming, and he was excited that it was finally going to happen. On a side note, my golf game drastically improved on the back nine.

Planning the proposal was the next step. My one requirement throughout the whole planning process was that it had to be a complete and total surprise. It is close to impossible to surprise Jacqui, but I was up for the task. With that being said, Jacqui and I have always done adventurous things together such as skydiving (I now hate flying), swimming with sharks, snowboarding, white water rafting, and the list continues. The only activity that we had not done together, which happened to be one of Jacqui’s favorite things to do, was zip lining. I started researching the best location to have this go down, and that’s when I decided on Historic Banning Mills, the world’s longest zip line canopy tour. I then called and got the entire staff on board with my plan for the day. Now the real work began- I had to invite families, grandparents, and siblings, all while keeping this a secret from Jacqui. After numerous secret meetings, we had all of the details worked out.

The big day was finally here, and I picked Jacqui up to go and start our zip line adventure. We arrive at Banning Mills and the life changing adventure is about to begin. We were paired with about 8 other people, and I told Jacqui we needed to let them go first. Jacqui doesn’t like waiting so she was not happy when got stuck in the back. Now we had to pick an order that we would stay in through the whole tour. Obviously I needed to go first, but again, Jacqui did not want to be the last person to go each time. I finally told her that I would be too scared to go if I went last, and she agreed to the last position. The tour was going smoothly, and Jacqui still had no idea what she was in for. Then there we were at the last zip line. Unlike the other zip lines, this last one dropped down below the trees so you couldn’t see the landing. I zipped down and our families were waiting at the landing with everything in place. I get the ring from my dad and take a deep breath. I then gave the guide a thumbs up and he radios in telling Jacqui she was good to go. She comes down the line, and after she came up from under the trees she immediately started tearing up. She stopped on the landing, and I got down on one knee. Luckily, she said yes!



Photography: Hillary Leah Photography | Videographer : Rooted Pine Films | Event Planning: Invision Events | Floral Design: Stylish Stems | Cake: Lush Cakery | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Show Me Your Mumu | Catering: LowCountry Catering & Events | Makeup: Glam By Ruthie | Hair: K. Barone Salon | DJ: Club Rett | Ceremony Music: Andrew Lombardi | Venue: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Farm Tables: The Vintage Rental Company

Timeless Elegance for a Southern Winter Wedding

Simply put, this Georgia affair is a winter wedding done so right. Dressed up with the deepest shades of green, there were subtle nods to the season throughout, including the bride’s fur stole that perfectly set the scene. Shauna Veasey didn’t miss a moment behind the camera, and we’re happily spending our day tucked inside the full album.

From Shauna Veasey PhotographyI love this foggy winter wedding at Foxhall Resort featuring a green, white and taupe color palette. The tables were adorned with classic and elegant centerpieces, candles and greenery paired with black Chiavari chair and taupe tablecloths. Bridesmaids wore mismatched green dresses so that each one could choose a style they liked. Groomsmen wore plaid ties while the groom sported a solid, more classic green tie.



Photography: Shauna Veasey Photography | Coordination: Signature Weddings by Candice | Floral Design: By Tulip | Wedding Dress: J. Andrews Bridal | Cake: Sheilah Doyal | Invitations: Minted | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Azazie | Catering: Simply Catering | Hair & Makeup: Beauty Asylum | DJ: Amp'd Atlanta | Mens Attire: Men's Wearhouse | Wedding Venue: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Bridal Shoes: Menbur | Reception Shoes: Keds

You’ve Never Seen Horseshoes Look So Chic

When you book a wedding at the prettiest horse stable turned events space, it’s only natural to incorporate a few equestrian design elements. With Belle of the Ball by their side, Katherine and Ben did just that and I guarantee you’ve never seen horseshoes look so chic. Take a peek for yourself inside the gallery by Rustic White Photography.


From Eva Clark of Belle of the Ball Events… When Katherine and Ben began the search for their wedding venue, they were thrilled to discover that there was a new European stable, just outside of Atlanta, that served as an event space. A lifelong lover of horses, Katherine fell head-over-riding-boots for this chic equestrian venue located on picturesque land on the Chattahoochee River. As the planner, I really wanted to add a unique equestrian element to their reception. So I cleaned and painted old horse shoes and made them into table numbers. Of the many design details, the custom Greek key runner on the head table was one of my favorites. We had a large rustic cross made for the ceremony, which really helped define the space and anchor the ceremony site. This was special to the couple, devout Christians, as they really wanted their ceremony to be a spiritual one for their guests.

Photography: Rustic White Photography | Event Design: Eva Clark Events | Floral Design: My Floral Bliss | Wedding Dress: Modern Trousseau | Cake: Bonne Bedingfield | Invitations: Minted | Wedding Shoes: Nina | Bridesmaids' Dresses: David's Bridal | Catering: Simply Catering | Hair & Makeup: Beauty Asylum | Groomsmen's Attire: Jos. A. Bank | Wedding Venue: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Wedding Dress Boutique: The White Magnolia

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An Outdoor Ceremony Complete with Handmade Details

It’s a well know fact that every SMP girl loves a little sparkle, and this beautiful bride? Well she’s certainly no different. Planning an elegant outdoor affair complete with a handmade pergola (that her father made for the ceremony!), it’s sweet meets sentimental and thankfully Amy Arrington Photography captured it all to share in The Vault!

From the Bride…Will and I met at a UGA tailgate with mutual friends and went on our first date the next weekend. We fell in love so quickly, and only 5 months later we got engaged on a vacation together in St. Lucia!

We wanted our wedding to have a rustic/glam feel. We both love a beautiful setting and loved the idea of getting married outside. When we toured Foxhall, we both immediately agreed we didn’t want to look anywhere else. We chose the last weekend in August, because it was the last weekend before SEC football started. If you know anything about UGA fans, every game is important to them. Because August is so hot, we wanted a quick ceremony that could be followed by an indoor reception. This made Foxhall’s Legacy Lookout the perfect combination.

The biggest thing that we wanted for our wedding weekend was for everyone to have a stress free time all together. We rented homes on the property for the bridesmaids and groomsmen to stay in, and it was the best decision we made. It made it so easy to get dressed and spend the day together with your best friends.

As far as the look of the wedding I wanted all the sparkle to be in the dresses. I actually found my bridesmaid’s dresses before I found my wedding gown! There is a boutique in London called River Island that carried this dress, and the girls were able to get them off of Asos without the shipping delay. All of the girls looked stunning! As for my dress, I didn’t want the traditional wedding gown. Sisters know best! My sister actually picked out my wedding dress after hours of trying on dresses and not finding “the one”. I was putting my clothes back on to leave the bridal store, when she walked in my dressing room with this beautiful Maggie Sottero gown. As soon as I put it on I knew it was exactly what I wanted. The champagne dress with the ivory overlay and beading was perfection. I let my bridal party be the “sparkle” at the wedding and kept everything else mostly monochromatic. I love simple beauty. We had a mixture of greenery and white florals, with hints of gold. We also made sure to have farm tables to use for our buffet tables as well as our head table. I love the look of a farm table with greenery as a runner. Amberly with Wrennwood Design took my vision and made it a reality.

Three special memories, stories, or details from your wedding day?

My dad loves to build things as a hobby. He wanted to make something for my wedding day, and took on the task of making the Pergola we were married under. He spent months building this in a way that it could be taken apart and transported from our family farm in South Georgia to our wedding site. It completely made the wedding. It was so gorgeous and more beautiful than I ever could have imagined. The draping and flowers made it even more beautiful. Walking out and seeing it for the first time was breathtaking. It was such a special wedding gift made with love from my father, and now is something we have in our back yard that we can remember as being part of our wedding day.

Seeing Will for the first time at our first look was an amazing memory I will never forget. I’m so glad we decided to do a first look. It is such an intimate moment that you get to share together. I can’t describe the feeling of seeing him all dressed up and nervous at the end of that bridge. His face seeing me was priceless and filled with love.

My great grandmother was such an important part of my life. She passed away the summer before our wedding. Her handkerchief was my original something blue before my sweet husband surprised me with a beautiful aquamarine ring. Her handkerchief was pinned around my bouquet. A small piece of her with us on my wedding day.

If I could offer one piece of wisdom to couples currently planning a wedding, I would tell them that everything will work out. Just remember that you are getting married! No one will notice the small things that don’t go right. Keep your focus off of the small imperfections and on the fact that you are marrying the love of your life. It will be the most amazing day; I promise.

Photography: Amy Arrington Photography | Cinematography: Pursuit Productions | Event Planning: Wrennwood Design | Floral Design: Wrennwood Design | Wedding Dress: Maggie Sottero | Cake: Lulu's Oven | Stationery: Wrennwood Design | Catering: Simply Catering | Makeup: Flawless Beauty Atlanta Alicia | Band: EastCoast Entertainment | Venue: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Rentals: Blue Eyed Yonder

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Charming Georgia Stables Wedding in Pastel Hues

Getting married in horse stables doesn’t sound terribly romantic, but when you see Kenzie and Ward’s Georgia wedding, you’ll see just how romantic and beautiful it can be. Simply Charming Socials created a botanical-inspired wedding wonderland in shades of purple, peach and blush. Head to The Vault for all the beautiful details—from lush flowers to sweet horses—thanks to beautiful photos from Kathryn McCrary!

From Simply Charming SocialsThe day could not have been more beautiful for this lovely Spring wedding in Georgia. Kenzie and Ward, as they are known affectionately, celebrated among friends and family at the beautiful Foxhall Resort and Sporting Club, a whitewashed stables amongst fields and blooms. Kenzie and mom Wesley enlisted wedding planner and designer Kristine Cooke of Simply Charming Socials to create a botanical-inspired wedding, color washed in an array of pastels. Kathryn McCrary photographed each moment of the affair.

As each side of the bridal party dressed for the day, it was apparent this couple is so loved by friends and family as laughter and smiles are aplenty. Kenzie dressed with her maids, mom, and three sisters. All of the girls donned in flowy floor length dress, the bridesmaids from Joanna August, and the three sisters in floral numbers by Reformation. Kenzie sat to get her hair and makeup perfected by Jennifer Nieman, complete with flowers in her hair, before dressing in a form-fitting Nicole Miller gown found at The Sentimentalist in Atlanta. On the other side of the property, Ward and his groomsmen joshed around and sampled the bourbon bar before dressing in their grey suits and white silk yarmulkes. Father of the bride and friends of the family gathered with the rabbi to sign the ketubah, the final duty before the ceremony began.

The guests were shuttled to Douglasville, GA where they arrived to a courtyard ceremony, a display of white chairs nestled between horse paddocks. Southern sweet tea and lemonade greeted friends pre-ceremony as they listened to Athens-based bluegrass duo, Cicada Rhythm. No outdoor Jewish ceremony would be complete without a chuppah, constructed of birch branches and swathed in hand-dyed ombre peach linens. The Flower Post adorned the traditional marriage structure with a garland of lush greenery and pinky blooms. Under the cloth sat a table with ceremonial items for the vows Kenzie and Ward exchanged and the sealing of their union.

After the ceremony, guests were treated to a cocktail hour on the back lawn as they indulged in delectable appetizers from caterer Sun in my Belly and lounged in beautiful vintage furniture. Blue Eyed Yonder’s pink sofa, lovely settee, and bespoke bar cart made for comfortable conversation pieces. Before the reception began, Kenzie and Ward headed down to the field to take some portraits with the resident horses. Kenzie is an avid horse lover and equestrian so a botanical wreath for her equine friends was a must.

As guests were welcomed to the reception, they were seated in a room filled with lush linens, cascading white drapery, and place settings fit for a farm-to-table feast. From hand-dyed runners to watercolored hand-lettered place cards by Lairsey Paper Co. to vintage votives, no detail was left unnoticed. Toasts and bubbly were flowing as friends and family enjoyed a sensational meal. After dinner, it was on to the other side of the stables for a peachy cake, petite desserts, and dancing for one and all. The Drive Time Band was lively and played a mix of dance hits, throwback tunes, and, of course, the horah. The evening ended with a bubble farewell and tons of hugs and kisses as Kenzie and Ward exited into the night.

Photography: Kathryn Mccrary | Event Planning + Design: Simply Charming Socials | Floral Design: The Flower Post | Wedding Dress: Nicole Miller | Cake: Metrotainment Bakery | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Reformation | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Joanna August | Catering: Sun In My Belly | Hair + Makeup: Jennifer C Nieman | Calligraphy: Lairsey Paper Co. | Band: Drive Time Band | Groom's Attire: Men's Wearhouse | Ceremony Music: Cicada Rhythm | Transportation: Atlantic Limo | Venue: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Bridal Boutique: The Sentimentalist | Linen Rentals + Decor: Simply Charming Socials | Rentals: Blue Eyed Yonder

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Whimsical Georgia Summer Wedding

There is something seriously romantic about the south, and this Georgian affair is no exception. From the couple and their contagious kind of love, to the perfect pops of color from Juli Vaughn Designs bouquets, every image from the lens of Rustic White Photography is show-stopping gorgeous. One look at the gallery and you will see exactly what I mean here!

From the beautiful Bride… Dan and I share a contagious kind of love that surrounds us and makes everyone around feel happy and at ease, so when it came time to plan our wedding the most important thing was to bring together all of our closest friends and family for a fun celebration inspired by a mashup of the best of both of us. Since our love brought me to Atlanta (we dated long distance for a year before I decided to move ), it was an obvious choice to get married in the city where we began our life together! Our lovely photographers, Rustic White, helped us TREMENDOUSLY in helping me, a non- native, find amazing vendors and the place where we got married!

We were so happy with the way everything turned out. It was everything we dreamed about and more!

Photography: Rustic White Photography | Event Planning: Kristy Masterson | Floral Design: Juli Vaughn Designs | Cake: Metrotainment Bakery | Ceremony Venue: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Reception Venue: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Shoes: Kate Spade | Makeup Artist: Kimberly Mack Beauty Studio | Hair Stylist: Io Salon Spa | DJ: Lethal Rhythms | Men's Attire: Jos. A. Bank | Dress Store: Bridals By Lori

Foxhall Sporting Club Wedding from Jessica Williams Studio

It took about five seconds of soaking in this darling duo’s engagement session to know that their wedding was going to be amazing.  Five seconds… and I was completely expecting a Southern wedding masterpiece. And you know what?  They did not disappoint, and delivered a day that is downright perfection with one drop-dead gorgeous moment after another mix and mingling with darling DIY details aplenty.  See them all captured by Jessica Williams Studio in the full gallery.

From Jessica Williams Studio… Laura’s attention to detail and DIY talents are best described as UNREAL! All of the detailing done here, each flower vase, every decorated Coke bottle, all of the handmade cookies, etc. were done by her and all inspired by berries. I loved everything about her style and couldn’t believe how well it all came together. Not to mention Foxhall is insanely beautiful! Laura is incredibly talented and I bet you would never know that her venue was changed DAYS before the wedding?! True story! Eric’s fun personality also shines through in these images! The boys were a total blast to work with which was more than refreshing!

Photographer: Jessica Williams Studio | Floral Design: Fernanda Alvarez Cortes | Wedding Cake: Beth McMullan | Catering: Gabe's Downtown | Wedding Venue: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Groom's Cake: Carla Perdomo

Outdoor Wedding Glamour + Elegance from We Tie The Knots + Tessa Marie Weddings

I’m what some might call an inspiration junkie. I pin, favorite, and store images away like it’s my job (and it kind of is) hoping to set my brain in a tailspin of beautiful ideas. Well today’s inspiration overload landed right in my lap thanks to this stunning shoot from Tessa Marie Weddings planned by  We Tie The Knots. It’s everything I seek out each day in one pretty post – gorgeous florals from Boukates, stunning linens from La Tavola, perfect chiavari chairs from Sweet Seats and  a show stopping cake from Sweet Peeps Bakery. It’s practically perfect in every way, and it’s all waiting for you right here.

From We Tie The KnotsOur main goal with this styled shoot was to inspire brides to think outside of the box. We chose a bit more of a rustic outdoor venue but jazzed up the tables with sequins and colorful patterned linens. We wanted to show brides you don’t have to do farm tables and vintage decor for an outdoor reception. We are predicting that patterns will be a big trend in 2014. An outdoor venue is perfect for this because its like working with a blank canvas. You don’t have carpet or wallpaper to compete with. We also want to teach brides its ok to mix and match patterns, colors, textures and a bit of modern + vintage.

Photographer: Tessa Marie Weddings | Floral Design: Boukates | Wedding Dress: Casablanca | Cake: Sweet Peeps Bakery | Hair + Makeup: Brielle Brenner Of Blue Bird Artistry | Venue: Foxhall Resort And Sporting Club | Bridal Boutique: Wedding Angels Bridal Boutique | Chiavari Chairs: Sweet Seats | China: Bloomingdales | China: Kate Spade | China: Bernardaud | Furniture: Settee Event Rentals | Linens: BBJ La Tavola | Wedding Planner + Designer: We Tie The Knots