From the heat and humidity to the potential for rain, there are several factors engaged brides shouldn’t ignore when planning their big day.
We love looking back at this colorful Spring wedding at Reynolds Plantation last year.
Today we’re chatting with former bride, Landry Galloway on her wedding experience last Fall.
Today we are showing love to our very own team member and wedding planner extraordinaire, Courtney, as we take a trip down memory lane to her wedding last year.
Mary and Zach’s initial wedding dreams consisted of an Italian destination wedding for close family and friends, yet amidst questioning circumstances during COVID, they altered their plans to host their wedding at Mary’s parents’ home.
The holiday season is monumental for traditions, celebrations and socializing. It’s traditionally quite popular for weddings too.
For two years (yes, you read that right) we dreamed and schemed on how to incorporate Claire’s and her mother’s love for blue and white pottery and chinoiserie china into her wedding design.
One of the things that I love about a Hindu wedding (but also contributes to the complexity of planning) is the traditional multi-day, multi-event format. Isn’t it so great that the unity of a couple is worth celebrating for several days?!
I’m crazy about the classic and timeless elements that Hope and David incorporated into their wedding day. A formal wedding amongst the towering white walls of St. Simon’s Presbyterian Church sanctuary was like a scene from a movie. And the most beautiful wedding party and couples portraits were taken below the moss-dripped oaks at Avenue of the Oaks.
When Taylor reached out to us about helping with her wedding, she was a woman with a clear vision for what she wanted but knew she needed experienced assistance to put together the perfect vendor team to execute her visions. We were giddy to lead Taylor’s team after reviewing her perfectly curated mood boards that were dripping with lovely Southern elements. She had us at the mention of blue and white jars!