Friday, April 20, 2018


If you're looking for bright pops of color on your wedding day this is about a good as you can get!  Just look at all the bright reds, pinks, lavendars and purples blended together to make a real berrylicious palette. Sara Miller of Sara Elizabeth Photography teamed up again with some great wedding pros and a real live couple to create this Southern charm against the bucolic backdrop of The Barn at Manor in Neunan, Georgia.  Said design and decor expert, Shayla Clay on her blog about this shoot:"Janell, of Beyond the I Do, wanted our shoot to be “different” and we both were tired of seeing the ever so lovely light olive that was going around in the bridal world. I’ve always wanted to do a deep emerald shoot, so I took this opportunity and ran with it! We decided to pair the emerald with a deep berry with hints of blush in the florals, invitations, and place cards. With such two bold colors, we needed to pair it with an element that was light and sparkly. I initially thought of rose gold, but wasn’t sure how that would look aesthetically with the emerald, so we opted for yellow gold. . . . "

 . . . . .The invitations were crafted beautifully with berry colored calligraphy and gold foil leaf details. We added a gold wax seal for the envelope to add an element of sophistication. We carried that same calligraphy onto an acrylic menu card, which was coupled with a large emerald banana leaf for each guest. The florals were absolutely to die for; the combination of pinks, berries and blush just oozed dreamy."

Photographer:  Sarah Elizabeth Photography//Makeup and Hair Artist:Aura Hair and Makeup//Equipment Rentals:Simply Peachy Rentals &Design//Calligrapher: Crystal Petersen Designs//Tuxedo and Mens Attire: The Modern Gent//Dress Store: Fabulous Frocks of Atlanta//Bakery: Cakes by Anna//Bakery: Not As Famous Cookie Company////Floral Designer: Events By Shamrock//Design and Decor: Shayla Clay Designs//Event Planner: Beyond the I Do//Event Venue: The Barn at Oak Manor//Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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