A sweet as pie farm engagement session by Erin Kranz Photography makes it to the front page of The Lovely Find wedding blog this morning, and we couldn’t be happier. From her colorful necklace to her stunning engagement ring, we love pretty much everything about Chris and Jaclyn’s photographs. Their dog even came along for the session, and chalkboard save-the-date signs announced their big day. A colorful wreath made by Jaclyn was the perfect match to her sweetly coordinated outfits.
From Stevie Ramos Photography: “Greg and Laura had a traditional Jewish wedding ceremony including the signing of the katubah. Their close family and friends did the 7 blessings over them during the family ceremony. Laura’s father is Indian, and she traveled to Indian to purchase a traditional Indian wedding gown for the reception.” Congratulations, Greg and Laura!
Happy Monday, y’all! We are kind of silly-happy to have another lovely engagement sesh from Richard Bell Photography. Charleston wedding inspiration is without a doubt one of our favorite things, and this lowcountry engagement session is pretty darling. Leslie and Ed took the path less traveled with some more unique locations in North Charleston and Daniel Island, but the results are still as sweet as we’ve come to expect from our friends at Richard Bell Photography. We know everyone is gearing up for another week of inspiring weddings and engagement sessions, and we’re glad to have this beauty to get you started!
This Alabama southern wedding by Chanterelle Photography is the bee’s knees, y’all. From her ethereal wedding veil to the beautifully classic bouquet of white blooms she carried, we’re kind of in love with Courtney and Greg’s traditional Fountainview Mansion wedding day. The calligraphy on their invites, the tall centerpieces of hydrangea and white rose, and the “something blue” that wrapped around Courtney’s bouquet are just the beginning of all the southern goodness.
From Sally Watts Photo: “Kellie and Russ live in Charlotte, and planned a destination wedding in Charleston, South Carolina. Kellie is Southern and Russ is from England, so the RiverOaks venue was perfect for them. It’s a blend of Lowcountry waterfront hospitality and English cottage charm.
The event had a distinct casual Charleston vibe, but with opulent touches, such as varied real china place settings. The outdoor atmosphere after dark was reminiscent of a Gatsby era lawn party. The dessert and coffee service area was another nod to the couple’s heritage, with southern and British delicacies.” Congratulations, Kellie and Russ!