A styled elopement at The Reynolda House Museum of American Art is where history, nature, and art integrate, creating a colorful and contemporary atmosphere that will stand the test of time.
The bride’s soft curls were effortlessly swept back by three pearl barrettes from The Pretty Barrette, that embodied the contemporary elegance of the styled shoot.
This contemporary chic elopement at The Reynolda House Museum of American Art shows how bold color palettes and statement fashion pieces can create grandeur for quaint affairs. Couples opting to downsize their ceremony during COVID-19 can find inspiration in exceptional venues like this, whose architectural details offer countless ways to add flair to modern and classic events alike.
submitted by + planning and design: Whitney Davis, C&D Events | venue: Reynolda Gardens | photography and design: Tiffany L. Johnson Photography | makeup and design: Kristen Brabble Beauty | florist: FLORA | paper products: Champagne Maker | styling mat: Tiffany L. Johnson | stamps: Enfield Post | hair: The Pretty Barrette | veil: Ampersand Bridal | jumpsuit: Liancarlo from Alexia’s Bridal Boutique | rings: Vaughan’s Jewelers | earrings: Poppy & Co. | models: Sarah and Max
The groom’s green suit and bouquet matching bowtie are perfect!