Christina and Keith’s Magnolia Plantation elopement shows that your big day doesn’t have to be big to be effective, and that celebrating with a few close friends and family members can have all of the emotional effect that a 300 person wedding has.
One South Carolina vendor team chose a unique approach to the Southern winter wedding: a berry wedding with rich jewel tones, luxe fabrics, and a luxe-meets-rustic feel.
Photographer Taylor Torbert from Beulah Photography states, “This rich moody palette allows for a very modern romantic look, mixing elements of nature with sleek design and intricate details.”
To design their neutral modern wedding, the couple relied heavily on textured fabrics (like the bride’s stunning gown), lots of greenery in the decorations, and every shade of white and beige in the books. Their monochrome approach was anything but boring, as the simple but clean design allowed the beauty of the venue to shine through.
For her wedding at Southern Oaks in Gilbert, South Carolina, bride Faithe knew she wanted something different. “From an aesthetic stand point my inspiration behind our big day was Southern Glam. I knew I wanted to incorporate the right amount of elegance and class, but also have a rustic and timeless feel,” she says.