Oh there is just something about wild flowers that makes my heart melt. I don’t know if it’s the bold combination of colors or the way that they are so imperfectly perfect when bunched together, but what I do know is that I LOVE wildflowers– especially at a wedding. Wild flowers are whimsical, dreamy, organic, and just plain pretty to look at! I love the endless amounts of possibilities of combinations with wildflowers. You can either go with bright colors or muted colors, more blooms or more greens, tall or short, full or light and airy, etc. If you haven’t decided on your floral arrangements for a spring or summer wedding, check out wildflowers…. but be careful… you’ll fall in love!
It’s true, if you have beautiful flowers, I will definitely feature your wedding on Society Bride. It always helps to have a megawatt smile, a gorgeous flowing ball gown, and a coral & turquoise reception! Matched together, you have a perfect wedding combination! One of Society Bride’s favorites Carmen Ash captured this South Carolina affair held at the DeBourdieu Club. The beautiful blooms are by Blossoms Events, but please check out all of the vendors that participated in this dream wedding!
Photographer: Carmen Ash Photography//Floral Designer:Blossoms Events
Cake Designer: Croissants Bistro and Bakery//Equipment Rentals: EventWorks//Dress Store: Gown Boutique of Charleston//Bridesmaid Dresses: Lula Kate Bridal//Band: Men of Distinction//Other: Redemption Art//Photo Booth Equipment: Shutterbooth//Hair Stylist: Stox & Co. Salon & Day Spa//
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With summer coming and warm weather approaching it just doesn’t make sense for your man to be wearing a dark suit! And for those outdoor weddings- talk about hot! That’s why I love seeing grooms and groomsmen in tan suits. It’s clean and crisp and fitting with the warm weather. Wearing tan suits also allows your man to get a little creative with his wedding attire. How cute are these grooms in their tan suits?
Plantation Weddings, set on the steps of an old Civil War-era home, have captured my heart. Remember this gorgeous Southern wedding by La Cosa Bella Events? I still can’t get it out of my head! For a truly Southern wedding, Brides need to look no further than a wedding at Lowndes Grove Plantation in Charleston. This venue sets the bar and is decked out with lush florals in shades of pearl, peach, and dusty silvers. Ever since I got into the floral industry, I seriously obsess over flowers at weddings! These arrangements of white peonies, pink anemones, the david austin juliet rose, and ranunculus. All my favorites, y’all! Riverland Studios captured every moment, be sure to check them out when looking for a photographer in Charleston.
Photographer: Riverland Studios//Musicians: Classical Charleston//DJ: Creative Sound Weddings//Cake Designer: d’lish//Event Planner: Intrigue Design & Events//Makeup Artist: Moore Make Up//Floral Designer: Violet Charleston//Transportation: Absolutely Charleston//
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Baby’s breath is no more an inexpensive, blah choice for wedding flowers. It has been reborn and is on its way to making huge strides in the wedding industry. I love how light, airy, and whimsical baby’s breath is– especially when it is all bundled up! It is so simple yet beyond elegant. You can incorporate baby’s breath into various aspects of your wedding– reception decor, boutonnieres, hair accessories, centerpieces, etc. The best part about baby’s breath is the price! It is so affordable. Take a peek at the images below for some inspirational ways to incorporate a fresh baby’s breath of air in your wedding….