If you’re indecisive about what your wedding colors should be, go monochromatic in shades of white and soft grey. Of course some people may think a wedding without pops of color is boring, but we much prefer the terms timeless and elegant. By surrounding yourself in nature and bringing your wedding outside to a lush, romantic garden, you bring light and airiness into your wedding which offsets the more classic and formal decor. Mixing the modern with the vintage is on trend right now, and the best part about it is that you can do almost anything with it from decking yourself out in your grandmother’s vintage jewelry to going super sleek with your table setups and renting out ghost chairs. It really is a trend that you can customize to your aesthetic and personality.
photographer: Tessa Rice Photography | event planner: Evermore Weddings and Events | venue: Cator Woolford Gardens | cake: Confection Perfection | invitations: Hi Note | flowers: Boukates | ghost chair rentals: Peachtree Tents + Events | linens + drapery rentals: I Do Linens | tableware rentals: The Prissy Plate Company | gown + bridal accessories: White Magnolia Bridal | hair + makeup: Bristle + Bride | suit: C.S. Toggery | jewelry: Solomon Brothers Fine Jewelry | ring box: The Mrs. Box | models: Maggie Ellington + Austin Kane