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When viewing this GORGEOUS photo gallery by Evan Perigo, it's impossible to miss the emotions of the day. Bliss. Unadulterated happiness. Love. Everything that every bride wants her wedding day to be. Brittany and Cole's day was incredibly beautiful. Their love was evident in every detail of their day. I know you'll fall in love with these photos of this beautiful couple just as much as I did.
The first look photos were taken at the majestic Wormsloe Plantation. This location just screams Old Historic Savannah. Sweet southern romance.
Brittany and Cole getting ready for a made-for-the-movies union. Even down to the tiniest sparkly details, everything was perfect.
... but one of the details I can't get enough of is this flower girl dress. I mean, seriously!
Back to the love birds... their ceremony in Monterey Square was emotional, intimate, and absolutely beautiful. They used our mix and match wood chairs to create an inviting, warm environment for their loved ones.
As stunning as their ceremony was, their love for each other stole the show!
The vintage mix and match chairs were transported from Monterey Square to the reception site (Harper Fowlkes House). This didn't happen without incident. Our rental truck broke down, we had to call in reinforcements and transport them one pick-up load at a time, and a reasonable timeline suddenly seemed MUCH shorter. Oh, the fun of behind-the-scenes action on a wedding day! That aside, when I said this set-up is movie worthy I wasn't exaggerating. Take a look...
The floral arrangements by A to Zinnias made each long, family-style table a garden wonderland. They really outdid themselves with the ethereal bridal bouquet, the succulent boutonnieres, and the greenery table runners.
Y'all, even the food (Cape Creations Catering) was pretty!
Desserts and games - what could be better??
And more desserts!
And another gallery of Brittany and Cole - because they are just too pretty not to!
Truly a pleasure to have our vintage pieces be a part of such a charming day. These two even made a sparkly, happy exit!
Cheers to the new husband and wife! May your life together be even more beautiful than your wedding day!
Photography: Evan Perigo
Rentals: Southern Vintage (furniture, china, glassware, accent pieces)
Rentals: Savannah Vintage Rentals (bar cart, tables, and mantel)
Floral: A to Zinnias
Catering: Cape Creations Catering
Music: Brandon Shane Reeves
Make-up and Hair: Karaline and Ruth at Rob at Drayton Tower
Event Planning: Posh Petals and Pearls (Marvee)
Ceremony Venue: Historic Monterey Square
Reception Venue: Harper Fowlkes House
Photo Location: Wormsloe Plantation
You're invited to join us as we re-live one of our very favorite weddings to date. This blog post has been a long time coming, but we are glad to finally share all this beauty with you. Elena and Zach designed a unforgettable wedding that invited their family and friends to be a part of their love story.
Elena - wedding coordinator, small business owner (Laurel Avenue), and overall rock star with a heart of gold, has a styling eye like no other. She is a risk-taker, a people-pleaser, and a logistics genius. She imagined a delicate balance of what some might see as conflicting visions - eclectic funkiness, elegance, and a fun, energetic, but somehow relaxed, cozy, natural atmosphere. Evidence of this bride's talent - she achieved that exact vision! Most importantly, she got to celebrate with loved ones after saying "I do" to her beloved Zach (a kind baby/dog-whisperer, basketball junky, and aspiring teacher).
I won't even apologize for how many pictures you're about to see. It was hard enough to narrow it down this much! Kaitie Bryant was the PERFECT artist to capture this most special day.
On our end, Elena and Zach's wedding was especially involved- so it was all hands on deck! Elena cleared out our showroom and chose to fill the historic Library Ballroom with all of our upholstered seating instead of traditional wedding tables and chairs. Her idea was really a first for us - she wanted everyone to mingle and relax. Every decision she made - vendors, layout, timing - was in order to create the perfect "flow" and make her guests feel like they were comfortably in her living room.
Again, bucking tradition, Elena didn't use flowers on each and every table. She wanted the beautiful antique furniture pieces to speak for themselves. As a result, the few floral arrangements she did use (masterpieces created by Roy Lamb) became focal points around the room.
One of our the most unique, eye-catching areas of Elena and Zach's wedding was their bar and drink tagging station. They used our printer's desk for their bar, our industrial metal shelves to display a bright collection of our glassware, and Eliza Jane Lettering's custom chalk art on our favorite gold chalkboard to display instructions for their guests!
Zach and Elena's day was everything they wanted and more. Kindred spirits starting their lives together with their friends, family, and a beautiful room full of old treasures.
We were doubly blessed to be guests at this wedding, getting to share in each happy moment. Including a brother-sister dance we will never forget...
Best wishes to the creative couple who continues to inspire us with their generosity, compassion, and love for humanity! Their adventure is just beginning...
Photography- Kaitie Bryant Photography
Rentals- Southern Vintage
Florals- Roy Lamb Floral Event Design
Officiant- Nathan Emmelhainz
Ceremony Venue- Strong Tower Fellowship
Reception Venue- Library Ballroom
Catering- Celebrations by Alexa
Custom Hand Lettering - Eliza Jane Lettering
Petit Fours- Monica Jones
Grooms Cake- Mrs. Scarlett’s Cakes
Dress- Fabulous Frocks of Atlanta
Dress Alterations- Fashions by Angie
Custom Handmade Bowties- Madison Ties
Bride’s hair- Signature Salon
This elegant intimate wedding is so stunning!
The gorgeous wedding reception tablescape is a perfect example of the incredible way vintage tableware can compliment and complete the style of the wedding.
Zhenya Royter, with By Bow Event Design, styled this beautiful wedding at Old Viniings Inn. She shared her vision and color palette with us and we helped select the perfect pieces of vintage china, flatware and stemware to complete the look.
The results were WOW!
The color palette had shades of blush, purple and gold
The beautiful and elegant bride and groom.
The flowers styled by By Bow Event Design were just breathtaking!
I love a family photo that shows such love and joy!
All Things Grow With Love Baby Shower
Mom-to-be, Veronica, had a clear vision for this celebration
even before she was expecting.
Take a peak at our burlap & lacy fabrics,
gold flatware, bottles,
and blush goblets.
As a sweet goodbye, guests were gifted a succulent to,
"grow with love".
As sweater weather approaches,
I can't help thinking of this amazing and romantic shoot
that we did with Haley Sheffield photography.
This shoot holds a special place in Southern Vintage's heart
because it was shot at our home in Macon.
It was featured on Style Me Pretty and came together stunningly
thanks to Melissa Welch's styling, The Sentimentalist's gowns, and Vintage Green's jewelry.
Enjoy this gallery and time travel back to the 1920s!
Click on photos for links to our rentals featured.
Wedding inspiration comes from a match up the memories, values, and experiences that make you as a couple unique with an aesthetic “look” that captures that and wraps it into a cohesive event. For this wedding inspiration, Candice Beaty and Danielle Hulsey of Chancey Charm brought to life real-life couple Chelsea and Tanner’s love for everything organic and natural with the sky blue colors of Britt Bass’s “Peri” painting.
Vintage Rentals: Southern Vintage | Venue: Kellum Valley Farm | Planning, design, and styling: Danielle Hulsey and Candice Beaty of Chancey Charm Weddings | Photography: Anna K. Photography | Florals: Bloomin’ Bouquets | Paper goods: Jenn Gietzen | Bridal gown: White Magnolia | Bridesmaid gown: White Magnolia | Groom’s suit: The Modern Gent | Cake: Lush Cakery | Hair and makeup: Jennifer Lewis of Pastel | Painting inspiration: “Peri” by Britt Bass Turner | Favors: Condor Chocolates
Photography: Rylee Hitchner | Venue and Catering: Hawkesdene House | Planning: Fly Away Bride | Design, Styling and Rentals: House of Hannah | Rentals: Southern Vintage | Stationery: House of Hannah | Hair and Makeup: Salon El Khouri | Flowers: House of Hannah | Bride’s Dress: Jenny Packham from Kelly’s Closet
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