Rebecca is a mix of a perfect Southern Belle meets an influencer fashionista. I knew the second I met her her wedding was going to be such a fun one! Unfortunately Rebecca earned the title of becoming a Covid bride, and we had to postpone her originally scheduled May 2020 wedding to March 2021. While it wasn’t an easy decision, Rebecca handled the major change with grace and an easy going perspective. And based on these photos and the packed dance floor, I’d say her big day was absolutely worth the wait!
There were so many things I loved about this wedding. Rebecca’s wedding dress was the most unique dress I’ve ever seen (and I’ve seen a lot!!). It was seriously a piece of art. I loved the bold bright colors we incorporated into her spring wedding, and the mix of patterns. We do a lot of neutrals which I love so much, so it was extra fun to really bring pops of bold colors into the beautiful white space at Hamilton Place at Pursell Farms. The incredible entrance arrangement and the fireplace design totally set the tone for how beautiful and unique the wedding was. It was truly a perfectly Southern, grand millennial-style wedding in every single way.
I got to spend almost two years with Rebecca and her family, thanks to the pandemic, and it was certainly one of the highlights of such a challenging time for me. She and her family are full of graciousness and hospitality (and oh my gosh the love of fashion that she and her mom share is unreal)! It was such a treat every time we met for planning! Rebecca and Beth (and Chandler), thank you so much for trusting us with such an incredibly special day. It’s truly a weekend I will never ever forget.