We can't describe this beautiful wedding better than the bride, who called her vision for their special day a "Southern Shipwreck Soiree", inspired in part by her strong ties to the Outer Banks and family property where they held their celebration. Their ivory foam, stormy blues, weathered gray, and sea oat greens palette perfectly matched the natural tones of the area. In addition to some family DIY help, each wedding vendor came together to make their day absolutely gorgeous and fun.
PHOTOGRAPHER | Julie Dreelin's Beach Productions
CATERER & REHEARSAL DINNER | Basnight's Lone Cedar Catering
EQUIPMENT RENTALS | Metro Rental
FLORALS (Bouquet's & Boutonnieres) | Renee Landry Events
CAKE & CONFECTIONS | Just Desserts
CEREMONY & COCKTAIL HOUR MUSICIAN | Kim Kalman Music
TRANSPORTATION | Corolla Trolley Services
"I wanted the day to feel timeless with a bit of whimsy and for any décor to be a complement to our gorgeous natural setting. Knowing that we were planning an October 1st wedding in the midst of hurricane season, we decided to embrace stormy hues for our color palette and bury a bottle of bourbon at my family's house 3 months prior to our wedding date for an extra dose of luck for good weather on our wedding day. True to tradition we had the most amazingly beautiful weather on our wedding day – the skies were incredible. We had a quick morning shower followed by pale, painterly blue skies for most of the day and then the most firecracker sunset sky I have ever seen."
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