Real World Soiree {Vintage Outdoor Wedding}

Happy Tuesday y'all. I'm excited to unveil a new series call "Real World Soiree" where I will post real parties I have done or take submissions of your gatherings to post. To launch the new series, I'm sharing a vintage outdoor wedding I did a couple weekends ago set here in Tallahassee at the beautiful Dorothy B. Oven park. With a naturally gorgeous back drop, it didn't take much to dress up this wedding. Each table was adorned with vintage books, lace doilies, milk glass vases, oil lamps, and old pictures of the bride and groom from childhood. The best part of the whole thing though was the chevron corn hole boards and the silhouette artist who cut images of guests free hand for the guest book and favors.

I must say it is one of the most beautiful weddings I have ever done and these pictures don't do it justice. It was a pleasure bringing this couple's vision to life and I hope you all enjoy the images!

1 comment:

  1. so beautiful! can't wait for this series. i loveeee that cornhole board!