There is something about an estate wedding that makes it feel more intimate, more personal than perhaps a commercial wedding venue. It has the charm and uniqueness that a popular wedding venue might lack. This wedding, an Anna Lucia Events brainchild, offered the southern charm of the south, the intimacy of an estate wedding and the elegance of a high class affair. Using a traditional but timeless theme of a powder blue and white/ivory color scheme, Velvet and Twine provided the flowers and greenery to level up this wedding. The bride was breathtaking in a subtle, off the shoulder, satin gown with a long delicate veil from Sareh Nouri. Her gown looked sophisticated along with the simple, floor length, powder blue gowns of her bridesmaids.
After a beautiful church ceremony, the guests were led back to the estate where they found tables with pale blue and white table clothes, luxury dining chairs and white and green florals through the center. It’s normal, when planning an estate wedding, that you need to rely on staging and rentals and A Chair Affair and Nu Age Design Inc. did not disappoint in delivering a beautiful setup for this bride and groom. Guests enjoyed a fantastic meal from Puffs n Stuff Catering and finished off the meal with delicious confections and cake from Hands on Sweets. This was a textbook southern charm wedding, set in the frame of a private backyard. It will be a view some will never forget.
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Planner: Anna Lucia Events | Florals: Velvet and Twine | Videography: Voila Cinematic | Catering: Puff and Stuff Catering | Cake and Sweets: Hands on Sweets | Bridal Gown: Sareh Nouri | Invitations and Stationery: Laura Lines Calligraphy and Dear Louise | Staging and Rentals: Nu Age Design Inc. and A Chair Affair | Candles: The Candle Pour