I am so excited to share part one of my red wedding style shoot I designed with Julie Roberts Photography and LB Floral! My dream for this shoot was to combine glam and drama with the beauty of simplicity and southern charm. The bride’s cathedral veil and bold red bouquet perfectly complement her full-lace gown and side braid. I have a small obsession with lace, so a lace parasol from Luna Bazaar was a must! I chose my family’s farm in Townsend, Tn for this shoot which offered more beauty than one could ask for. The hay field was the perfect color of burnt orange with just the right amount of white wildflowers to complement the brides gown. Thank you to the amazing team of wedding professional that helped produce this Smoky Mountain Wedding shoot! Stay tuned for part two that includes an amazing tablescape and a night shoot full of lanterns!
See the full gallery of images HERE!
As the designer of this shoot, I found that styling a red wedding has it’s challenges. Read my tips for styling a red wedding that I wrote after the shoot!
Enjoy this behind the scenes video by Loch and Key Productions!
Photography: Julie Roberts Photography | Flowers: LB Floral | Design: Haley at The Bride Link | Make-up: Claire Balest | Hair: Southern Sirens | Accessories: Romantic ART Life | Dress: White Lace and Promises | Video: Loch and Key Productions | Models: Chad and Katherine | Parasol: Luna Bazaar | Location: Moon Shadow Lodge
I have fallen in love with dusty blue weddings this year! I love dusty blue matched with gold, blush, pink and many other combinations, but for brides planning a fall wedding, I couldn’t help but match it with a rich fall wedding color, cranberry. Enjoy this fall color board filled with soft blues and warm reds and oranges!
Tablescape, bouquet, and high heels by Adam Barns and Southern Blooms via Wedding Chicks | Dusty Blue Wedding Dress by Angelworx Photography via Burnett’s Boards | Groom by Red Fly Studio via Style Me Pretty