Monday, December 19, 2011

Town+Country: The Ceremony {a closer look}

Last week I had great intentions of blogging about the details of each setup at the Town Meets Country shoot that we meticulously poured our love + energy over {for weeks}. But as I'm sure you've noticed, the blog went untouched... on the bright side, we accomplished tons and have great news to share.

-we purchased an AMAZING building in downtown Georgetown: The Union coming in the Fall 2012!!!
-Utterly Engaged pick up this very shoot for their Dec/Jan issue!
-we decided on a lovely logo for the new venue, The Union, and are in the midst of creating the website.
-and we have our January 2012 bridal show designs pulled together-- trust. they will blow you away! 

Okay, enough catching up. Let's cut to the chase! What do you say, let's take a deeper look into each vignette created for this wonderful photo shoot at The Plantation House with ee photography...

A tornado of mismatched chairs purposefully hanged as a make shift arch from the deeply rooted tree, waiting to frame the Bride and Groom at the altar. An iron chandelier was suspended above a free standing jewelry case which housed two things a girl can’t live without—the perfect necklaces and beautiful flowers. A runner adorned the aisle as sturdy wooden benches with soft cushions flanked the walk.

Coming your way tomorrow: close up of a little country lounge area!

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