As a serious “Gilmore Girls” fan, I cannot even talk about my level of excitement for the release of “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life”. I’m convinced that when Carole King starts to sing “Where You Lead I Will Follow”, I will cry. But I know my level of excitement is matched by so many others throughout the world, including the creative forces behind today’s gorgeous Gilmore Girls wedding inspiration shoot!
V List Members Tonia of Aribella Events and Ashley of Ashley Gerrity Photography planned their shoot around the idea of a double Gilmore wedding with nods of classic, rustic, and vintage styles. Y’all, this is basically the dream of fans everywhere! Such a monumental wedding would, of course, need to take place in Stars Hollow complete with the beloved gazebo, and I love that the team of wedding pros found the perfect venue, The Washington at Historic Yellow Springs, just outside of Philadelphia. Felt and paper flowers were mixed together for Lorelai’s bouquet (a nod to her whimsical style), and Rory’s bouquet was complete with a book (a nod to her love for reading and her grandfather). Of course a shoot would not be inspired by Lorelai and Rory if coffee wasn’t included, and the coffee bean topped cake by House of Clarendon is the perfect piece! There is so much more I could say about this shoot, but you will just have to take a peek for yourself. Where you lead, I will totally follow.
[Bonus: You can see more of this shoot featured with our friends at Burnett’s Boards too!]
Vendors who made it all happen…
Event Planning & Design: Sarah French Events // Floral Design: Aribella Events // Photography: Ashley Gerrity Photography // Venue: The Washington at Historic Yellow Springs // Table/Bench Rentals: Barnes Farm Tables // Vintage Rentals: Something Borrowed, Philly LLC // Invitation Suites: Dear Love Invitations // Cake: House of Clarendon // Donuts & Danishes: Federal Donuts // Bridal Attire: Lace & Liberty // Makeup: Elegance Artistry // Menswear: The Black Tux // Jewelry: Harry Merrill & Son Jewelers
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