Happy Tuesday everyone! Gray is quite popular here on ELD this week! As it should be though- it’s such a great neutral to pair with bold accent colors! Today’s wedding inspiration incorporates pink and gray in with a southern glam style, and it’s absolutely gorgeous! Planned and designed by Flaire Weddings & Events, photographed by Jenn Hopkins Photography, and accented with paper pieces by Dogwood Blossom Studios, this wedding inspiration is perfect for the bride who wants a wedding full of southern charm and a little bit of glam- the best of both worlds if you ask me!
From Flaire Weddings & Events…
For this shoot, I wanted to create an event that exuded “Southern Glam” – so many southern shoots are very muted, featuring pastel and neutral colors, and I wanted to inject some fun into the typical Southern scene with my signature hot pink color. I paired the hot pink with gray, white and silver accents, making this glam color scheme the perfect contrast to our ultra-Southern venue for the shoot, the Horse Stamp Inn located in Waverly, Georgia.
For the “ceremony” vignette, I chose to use the venue’s adorable barn as our altar area. I’m all about unique ceremony backdrops, and this fit the bill. We added ruffled white curtains to soften the barn’s entrance area, and hung a chicken wire frame with a floral monogram to create a focal point.
The “reception” table is inside the barn, with moody lighting, elegant candlelight, and shimmering glass and metal accents. The favors were adorable glass bottles filled with ranunculus stems and placed at each place setting.
And how awesome is that cake?! Cakes are definitely becoming one of my favorite weddings details- you can do so much with them now! I love how the shape on the cake mimics the shape on the table runner- did you catch that? :) Such a gorgeous tablesetting too!
And now for a little behind-the-scenes video from the amazing Visual Power Cinema…
So what do you think of this southern glam inspiration? Are any of you planning on incorporating a little glam into your own weddings?