Inspired by chambray fabric, this team of talented Central Florida vendors came together to create a sweetly Southern, and charming chambray inspired wedding design. With pastel colors, dusty blues that mimicked chambray fabric, and perfect vintage details, the style came together with ease.
They chose to create this look at Highland Manor in Apopka, FL for the fact that the historic home also featured a blue color that fit their dusty blue palette and vintage touches. With the vision of A Girl and Her Glitter and Kristen Weaver Photography, they pulled together an incredible team to make this preppy style come alive.
We also love that this style was captured by several local photographers, and it’s always exciting to see how they choose to see and capture details with a different artistic eye!
Images above by PSJ Photography
Images above by Ledia Tashi Photography
Images above by Kate Taramykin Studios
Images above by Rachel Doyle Photography
Images above by Gabrielle Bussini Photography
We love how they took this seemingly casual fabric and styled a full wedding design from this simple detail, and turned it into a preppy Southern celebration. Are there any textures or patterns that are inspiring your wedding design?
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Photography: Kristen Weaver Photography // Ceremony Venue: Highland Manor, Apopka // Chandelier: signature chandelier // Event Planning: A Girl and Her Glitter // Floral: Atmospheres Floral & Decor // Stationery: Lattice Tree Studio // Videography: lemus // Wedding Cake: Florida Sweets & Co. // Rentals: RW Events // Tableware: Dishie Rentals // Hair: Lejune Artistry // Makeup: Lejune Artistry// Model: Modern Muse Models // Wedding Dress: Hayley Paige // Dress: Calvet Couture Bridal Boutique
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