Brigid & Adam – Alhambra Hall

 

Romantic Winter Wedding in the Old Village

When Brigid came to me with her color scheme, I knew this wedding was going to be a fun one to design.  First of all, this bride rocks rose gold hair and looks absolutely sunning with it.  You know she is going to have a great sense of style!  We took a bold palate of jewel tones and ran with it, incorporating navy blue, magenta, and deep purple.   Our accent color was silver, and honestly, I have not seen that room transformed more beautifully.

Brigid and Adam have the sweetest and purest love for one another.  She was crying just rehearsing her vows.  Their first look took place at Pitt Street Bridge in Mt. Pleasant, and Adam’s reaction to seeing his almost-wife in her wedding gown is the expression people dream about from this moment.  It was truly beautiful to be a part of.

We incorporated his Jewish heritage into the ceremony, marrying under a chuppah, breaking the glass, and signing the ketubah.  Following the ceremony, we flipped the silver chivari chairs to the dinner tables, and moved the sweetheart table under the chuppah.  This created the perfect focal point for the couple to enjoy their dinner.  We pulled back the white draping which opened up the room for dancing following the meal.

Wishing these two lovely souls all the best in Nashville!

 

Planning: Peper Events
Photography: Brass Penny Photography
Venue: Alhambra Hall
Caterer, Bar, Cake: Thurston Southern
Draping: Lowcountry Entertainment
Entertainment: Darby Events
Florist: Fresh Weddings and Events
Rentals: Eventworks Rentals, Ooh Events
Transportation: Lowcountry Valet

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