Six months ago, today, was one of my favorite days. You see, Alice was a referral from not one but two previous Southern Savvy brides; prior to our first meeting I knew she would be special. Upon the first time I met Brian, it was clear he was the yin to her yang. And that their wedding day would be beautiful, filled with celebration and lots of laugher.
Art is a key piece of Alice's life, after studying in college and building a career with it, incorporating into wedding day was necessary. How did we do that? Through her florals. The first time I mentioned Springvine Design to Alice she lit up and I distinctly remember her commenting that Deedie's (the owner of Springvine) floral pieces looked like works of art. I may be biased, but after you see Alice's bouquet I bet you will agree that she carried artwork down the aisle with her. Completely unrelated to her background in art, girlfriend changed into a killer pantsuit for the grand exit (on bikes). Fierce.
Per usual, I adore Alice and Brian (my couples are the coolest, really) and had the best time working with them. I love their dynamic and Alicia did an amazing job capturing both of their personalities.
Photography: Alicia White Photography
Ceremony Venue: Myers Park Baptist Church
Reception Venue: Quail Hollow Club
Florals: Springvine Design
Hair Stylist: Hair & Makeup by Rebekah
Makeup Artist: Catie Starr Makeup
Caker: The Wow Factor Cakes
Paper Goods: Elisabeth Rose
Linen Rentals: Party Time
Bridal Boutique: Ladies of Lineage
Gown Design: Lea Ann Belter
Bridesmaids Dresses: Anthropologie
Photobooth: Shutterbooth Charlotte
Getaway Car: Rose Transportation
Trolley: Sunway Charters