Thursday, March 27, 2014

A Southern Wedding

Gone With The Wedding
Fine china, hoop skirt gowns, antebellum mansions, and oak trees. There is nothing quite like a gorgeous spring day at a venue fit for a king. Oak trees line the driveway creating a grand entrance for the most swoon-worthy white mansion covered with emerald shutters and columns for days. The Old South has risen for one last time as the stunning bride awaits her new husband. This inspirational southern wedding resembles the goodness of "the 1800s" with a little modernization.  Showing the elegant side of vintage, this wedding will make you grab a sweet tea and speak with words such as y'all and bless your heart.
Cake by: Megan Bowdon of Bossier City, Louisiana
Vintage Props: Pursuing Eden of Longview, Texas
Venue: Rosedown Plantation St. Francisville, Louisiana
Models: {Bride} Savanna Culpepper, {Groom} Denton Culpepper, {Bridesmaid} Heather Norder, and {Groomsmen} Parker Stough

1 comment:

  1. This is very useful information on your wedding and I am sure you had a grand wedding. Well, I am planning to arrange my brother’s wedding reception so in search of excellent San Francisco wedding venues. Hope to find nice and perfect venue for this event.