Creating just one flower arrangement for this Charleston wedding and I knew: dreams really do come true. Everything Kelley Cannon Events planned was a fairytale experience right down to the Alaskan peonies on the getaway car. The beauty of Washington, D.C. based Lisa Blume's imagery will have you knowing how I fell in love. For a close look at all the pretty that day visit Southern Weddings. Excerpt below
January 2016, When our friend Katherine launched her Kate McDonald Bridal collection, her hand-painted McLeod gown made major waves–we even used it as a getaway dress in our V8 Fore the Love editorial! While this gown is absolute styled shoot magic, it would take a daring (and fabulous!) bride to choose it for her wedding day. My favorite thing about the Charleston wedding inspiration we’re sharing today is that along with the gown, it includes so many beautiful, hand-painted details that complement it perfectly. If you love the look of this show-stopping dress as much as we do, but had something a little more traditional in mind for your wedding day, take a scroll through these lovely photos by our Blue Ribbon Vendor Sweet Tea Photography–I’m sure you’ll be inspired to find another way to bring the look and feel of the dress into your celebration!
Venue: Legare Waring House | Planner and Stylist: Kelley Cannon Events | Photography: Sweet Tea Photography | Art Direction: Paprika Southern (Originally published in their first print edition) | Florist: Christy Griner Hulsey and Amanda Griner Currier of Colonial House Flowers | Hair and Makeup: Maria Vaughn | Bride’s Gown: “McLeod” by Kate McDonald Bridal | Bridesmaid Dress and Bride’s Earrings: Hitched Salon | Flower Girl dress: Imogen In the Meadow | Rentals: EventHaus | Baked Goods: Buttercream Bakeshop | Invitation: The Dandelion Patch | Calligraphy: Julie Ha Calligraphy | Vintage Car: Lowcountry Valet & Shuttle Co. | Candles: 100 Candles