I love the juxtaposition of something old and something new. Not only is it just a saying in weddings, but it’s a common in design philosophy too. But it’s how intentional you are, with what you include, that makes it works so well. Something old, such as a family heirloom or an important location from your past, will be more meaningful to you both. At the most magical property, Cranberry Creek Gardens, and near a century old church, Jacqueline of Injoy Imagery created a stunning ethereal, story book and romantic shoot inspired by something old and something new. Taking elements from both, she created a shoot that I’m sure will inspire many brides-to-be. Tell us, comment below and share with us, what are you including in your wedding that’s something old and something new? I would love to know!
Does the bride look familiar to you? If you’re a HGTV fan of Decked Out and Home To Win, you might recognize that it’s Kate Campbell! Isn’t she stunning! Being the most skilled carpenter, she’s usually known for holding power tools, not bridal bouquets. So it’s fun to see her in a stunning lace gown from Something Green. Don’t you just love that illusion neckline? It fitted her perfectly.
Thanks to Kate Middleton and Kim Kardashian, bridesmaids wearing white too is absolutely stunning. Our gorgeous bridesmaid Karen added to the look perfectly, wearing the a dreamy, flowing gown with beautifully embellished sleeves yet clean and crisp when paired with the brides entire lace gown.
A cluster of white vintage tables of varying sizes, with a spread of classic stone urns filled with the most stunning, free-flowing blooms by Cedar & Stone. A timeless 3-tiered Bergamot Buttercream cake, adorned with simplistic greenery and fresh flowers. Parisian macarons, a vanilla ruffle cake and other sweets by Le Dolci, were delicately placed on vintage floral china with gold flatware. Details such as calligraphy, lace and antique books in pale greens and blues, assembled oh-so-carefully, created a fresh, yet timeless look.
The church itself still had it’s original pale blue painted doors, weathered to perfection.
I just love that she has no problem cozying up to her hubby, looking dapper in his suspenders and classic attire from Shop Gotstyle. I’m so smitten by these two love birds. We hope this styled shoot inspires you to not be afraid to take something from the past that’s filled with stories and history, and make it a part of your wedding day. Not only will your wedding be beautiful, but it will be meaningful too.