“Mutineer” a beach styled wedding shoot has been featured in the latest issue of The Southeastern Bride magazine. Wed With Style was so excited to get to take part in the styling and design of this absolutely gorgeous sunset beach shoot. Here is a little sneak peek of some of the amazing pictures, make sure to visit the gallery on our website to see the full album! Special thanks to all of the other amazing vendors, Kristina Designs, A Ribbon’s Nest, Theodora James, Andree’s Wine Cheese and Things, Maple and Sage, Allure Hair and Make Up, and of course the photographers, Avery Forrest Photography and Freshly Bold Photography.
This Spring wedding was a classic southern affair and so much FUN! The ceremony was a beautiful Mass that took place at Christ The King Catholic Church. Eleanor chose navy dresses for her bridesmaids and coordinated her look with navy Converse sneakers that kept her comfy all day. Mike Hamm outdid himself with the floral design that incorporated a touch of nautical decor. The guest enjoyed the signature “yellow hammer” drink, fun in the photo booth, a grilled oyster station in the courtyard, as well as a late night snack of cheese burgers and beignet fries while dancing the night away! Take a peek for a few more details….
How Everything Came Together:
Photography: Jennie Tewell
Ceremony: Christ The King Catholic Church
Rentals: Port City Rentals
Reception: History Museum of Mobile
Transportation: Old Shell Trolley
Wedding Attire: Bliss Bridal
Band: Muscadine Bloodline
Cake: Cakes by Judi
Flowers: Mike Hamm
Caterer: Bay Gourmet
Photo Booth: Magic Memories
Videographer: Silver Thread Video
There is nothing that says “classic” like a little navy and white, and those were the beautiful colors chosen by bride Saffold for her May 23 wedding to Brian. As a catering and event manager for one of the most well-known catering companies in the South, I knew this bride would have every detail covered, but she was effortlessly relaxed and a true joy to work with!
The white hydrangea bouquets she chose were oh-so-Southern, and provided an elegant accent to the bridesmaids’ navy dresses. The navy and white straws took the color combo all the way to the bar, where they were placed in the happy couple’s signature drink, the “yellow hammer.” Also at the bar, Sweetwater 420 beer was offered to guests as a personal touch and nod to the special place where Saffold and Brian met – the Sweetwater 420 Festival in Atlanta. In fact, it’s even where Brian proposed…while on the Ferris wheel. How sweet is that?
After taking top-secret dance lessons, the bride and groom surprised their parents with a choreographed first dance to Van Morrison’s “Sweet Thing,” which was a big hit. Departing on a golf cart, the bride and groom were showered with bubbles and well wishes as they left to begin their new life as husband and wife.
For more details, take a peek…
How Everything Came Together
Rehearsal Dinner: The Grand Hotel
Ceremony: St. James Episcopal Church
Reception: The Fairhope Inn
Rentals: SOHO Events and Rentals
Reception Music: Ising Show Band
Photographer: Renaissance Portrait Studio
Florist: Southern Veranda
Cakes: Publix Bakery-Fairhope
Transportation: Gulf Coast Tours