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It’s Wedding Feature Wednesday at Southern Bride & Groom! Today’s new Chapel Hill, NC Real Wedding is Joy and Matthew’s sweet, preppy nuptials at Governors Club in May.
Joy and Matthew went to the same high school, but didn’t officially meet and begin dating until they both returned to their hometown after college! Matthew popped the question on a trip to New York City for Joy’s birthday, and the couple began planning their May 2013 wedding.
They fell in love with the beautiful property at Governors Club in Chapel Hill, and knew it was the perfect place to tie the knot. With a fun, preppy color scheme of hot pink, black and white, Joy and Matthew celebrated their wedding in style!
The couple used many members of the SB&G Family to make their big day a reality, including: Governors Club, Floral Dimensions, Neil Boyd Photography, Alexia’s Bridal, Tre Bella Bridal, Bernard’s Formalwear, Bella Trio Day Spa, and Sweet Memories!
Check out these photos from Beth Jarvah of Neil Boyd Photography, and get a feel for their beautiful wedding!
To read Joy and Matthew’s love story and see more beautiful photos of their wedding day, check out the Joy and Matthew Real Wedding page!
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This is the another installment in our Floral Series from the 2013 magazine — the perfect way to get floral inspiration for your big day! Today, we’re featuring the table and bouquet Tre Bella Flowers designed for our 2013 Floral Shoot. Tre Bella Flowers is run by three wonderful sisters, who also own Tre Bella Bridal, a bridal boutique in Durham, NC — their gown is featured in this shoot as well.
For the 2013 Floral Shoot, Tre Bella Flowers designed a soft, romantic bouquet and tabletop for Rose Hill Plantation‘s Nathan Hall Ballroom. Blush hues are so hot in the wedding world right now, and we love the use of soft, contemporary colors and textures in their arrangements. This whimsical, romantic look is perfect for a wedding in any season!
Thanks to Photography by Walters & Walters for these stunning photos, some never-before-seen!
We have an absolutely stunning Real NC Wedding Feature for y’all today! Nicole and Jack tied the knot at the beautiful Fearrington Village in October.
With the help of the talented Angie Wright of Chic Details Wedding & Events, the duo, who met on an online dating site, transformed their ceremony and reception locations into truly amazing and unique event spaces. We adore the hues of pink and the textured linens! Thanks to Photography by Walters & Walters for the swoon-worthy photographs, and congratulations to Nicole and Jack!
If you’re looking for a trendy and beautiful color scheme for your upcoming spring or summer wedding, look no further than blush! Blush is one of 2013′s hottest wedding trends, and for a reason!
Blush is the perfect soft and romantic pink hue that can be paired with almost any color on the spectrum, which is ideal for weddings, where everyone’s taste is vastly different. I love blush tones paired with a glittery gold metallic, soft peaches or champagnes, classic ivories, and even darker hues like charcoal or violet. This hot hue has been popping up in weddings all over the country — some brides are even going bold and donning pink dresses for their big day!
This color palette is so feminine and romantic, which makes it absolutely gorgeous for an outdoor warm weather ceremony and reception! Take a look at the inspiration board below to see how blush can be incorporated into everything from your wedding day stationary to your florals, and even your decor!
Spring is officially here, y’all! And that means so is wedding season! One of the major Spring 2013 wedding trends is color — pastel hues like mint, blush and dusty shale will be paired with metallics or brights like gold, saffron or aqua to create a wonderful, colorful setting for your big day. Here, we’ve outlined how to incorporate these beautiful hues into your big day — from your attire to your decor, and even your cake!
Grey suits for your groom and his men are a great way to transition into Spring. The lighter color is less formal than a black tuxedo, but still incredibly elegant. Pair it with a pastel hue like blush and you’ve got a knockout look for your big day! And for you, brides, a floral head wreath is a wonderful statement piece perfect for the season. Mix in colors from your wedding pallet and make your wreath as subtle or bold as you’d like.
Mint and pink are one of our all-time favorite combinations, and it will become increasingly popular in Spring of 2013. These ‘maids look young and fresh in soft mint chiffon dresses, complimented by subtle pink blooms.
Incorporate this trend all the way down to your cuisine! These two simple white cakes are beautifully done, and accented with soft blooms in peach or pink. An all white cake is a wonderful way to have a blank canvas to add in pops of your wedding colors.
Want more pastel inspiration? Check out SB&G’s Spring Wedding Inspiration board on Pinterest!
While some brides-to-be fantasized about wearing a white dress on their wedding day as young girls, many are ready to break away from the tradition, dating back to the 19-century. This year, we are going to see a huge increase in the amount of brides wearing colored wedding dresses…and it’s a trend I love! This 2013 wedding fashion trend is already popping up among Hollywood brides like Jessica Biel and Reese Witherspoon, so naturally, tons of brides are following suit.
From subtle blush pink or off-white oatmeal to vibrant, dashing hues of red, bridal couture designers are creating gowns in every color of the rainbow for brides ready to buck tradition and say “I do” in style.
I am over the moon for this blush gown by JLM Couture designer Hayley Paige. In fact, she’s one of my all-time favorite designers, and with creations like this, I’m sure you can see why! This gown, “Lilac”, features layers of blush and violet tulle and a fashion-forward high-low hemline. Floral detailing and the natural waist make this demure gown perfectly sweet and sophisticated.
Another beautiful creation by Hayley Paige, the “Rosemary” gown features layers of soft blush organza. This subtly pink dress has a sweetheart neckline, rushed bodice, gorgeous floral detail and a chapel train.
Another JLM Couture designer, the ever-famous Lazaro, designed this wonderful tulle ball gown. This dress, style LZ3108, features a pleated silk satin organza bodice and a full skirt in a soft sherbet color. The floral jewel encrusted band at the natural waist adds the perfect amount of glam to this classically pretty wedding dress.
You can’t go wrong with couture designer Monique Lhullier. This gown, “Dream,” is composed of blush-colored Chantilly lace, with a dropped-waist bodice and fit-and-flair skirt. All Southerner belles love lace, and this dress certainly doesn’t disappoint!
This Palm Springs design by Watters features two of my favorite things: ruffles and a big bow! The soft oatmeal colored tulle bodice flows into a full ruffled floral skirt, and the back features a bow detail. This gown is truly stunning from every view point!
When you think of couture bridal gowns, the first designer to come to mind is usually none other than Vera Wang, and she definitely stunned wedding professionals with the “Kassisa” gown from her Spring 2013 collection. This gown, from the Alexia’s fashion show event, is a strapless mermaid gown in daring red.
Vera Wang created this bold masterpiece — “Kylie” — for her Spring 2013 collection. This jaw-dropping wedding gown features asymmetrical tulle, a draped bodice and a beautifully-crafted floral appliqué skirt.
Are you ready to break away from the traditional white or ivory gown and opt for something more modern, like blush or pink, or completely change tactics and stun your guests in a vibrant hue of red? We hope so, because this trend is gorgeous!
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and while it’s on a Thursday this year, it’s still historically one of the most popular wedding dates!
Couples may get engaged on V-Day (roughly 10 percent of Americans choose February 14th to pop the question), say “I do,” or celebrate their wedding the following weekend.
We’ve rounded up few ideas for creative ways to incorporate the spirit of Valentine’s Day into your big day — from bridal shoes and boutonnieres for the boys to red and pink themed florals and heart-shaped desserts!
Want more Valentine’s Day inspiration? Check out our latest Pinterest board all about the Day of Love!
Happy Valentine’s Day to all the loving couples who follow Southern Bride & Groom, and to our fabulous family of wedding professionals!
Today we are happy to feature a beautiful love story and wedding that took place last year at one of the most romantic wedding venues in North Carolina – Rose Hill Plantation. Angie Wright of Chic Details planned this beautiful wedding to the tee, with a whole team of SB&G pros! Read the full story of Catie and Josh, and see fabulous detail photos HERE!
Last fall, SB&G threw a “Girls’ Night Out” party for bride-to-be Lauren, in one of Sparians’ private bowling rooms, the perfect setting for an intimate get-together or even a rehearsal dinner or wedding event. SB&G and A Southern Soiree planned this party with the help of a fabulous team of vendors. The party was themed for the 60′s, with a coral and turquoise color theme.
Maria Scheel Invitations & More created glitzy custom invitations that were sent to the bride and her guests. The English Garden Florist created wall mod-chic wall decor and bowling ball topiaries. Sparians served signature pink cocktails, and heavy hors d’oeuvres, and Gigi’s Cupcakes provided cupcakes that looked like actual bowling balls! Island Sound enhanced the ambiance with special lighting, and entertained the group of gals with 60′s mod live music. We also played old episodes of “Laverne & Shirley” on the Sparians’ TV screens to add to the theme!
F8 Photo Studios photographed the event, which was featured in SB&G 2012 on pages 70-71. Their sister video company, F8 in Motion, filmed the special occasion, and we’re happy to share that video with you here. Enjoy!
Lauren and Zach Heath were married on October 29, 2011. Congrats!
Ashley Anne Purnell and
Colby Allan Mooney met and began dating in 2009. After a few months, Colby’s
brigade was called to deploy and leave the country. Ashley and Colby’s
relationship grew quickly despite the miles and ocean between them, thanks to
free AT&T minutes. When Colby returned home in late February, their
relationship continued to grow.
On December 17, 2010,
Colby told Ashley he had won tickets to the Cinderella play in
town. They attended the play and afterwards Colby asked a stranger to take a
picture of the two of them. As the photo was being snapped, Colby got down on one
knee and asked Ashley to marry him. “The rest is ‘Happily Ever After,’” says
Their wedding theme was
“The Perfect Fit” which sprung from the Cinderella story that they
watched on the night of their engagement. Ashley used pink throughout the
wedding to create a feminine, romantic aura. They were wed on September 17,
2011. Congrats to Mr. and Mrs. Mooney!
MacGregor Downs Country Club
Wedding Planner: Sally Oakley Personalized Wedding Planning
DJ: Joe Bunn DJ
Company, Randy Bennett
Florist: Tre Bella Inc.
Cake: Sweet Melissa’s
Music: Arisio Strings
Linens: CE Rentals
Tent Rental: Classic
Minister: Dick Purnell
MacGregor Bridal Boutique
Wedding Jewelry: Lana
Veil: Victorian Rose
Tuxedos: VIP Formal
Makeup Artist: Bobbi
Brown, Kristi Martinson
Hair: Primp Salonbar
Invitations: The Paper