Real Weddings: Raven + Michael


Raven and Michael’s beautiful North Carolina beach wedding has me so excited for the upcoming days of summer!  The couple worked with Jennifer of Salt Harbor Designs to create their stunning event, with a classic and clean color palette of white, green, and navy, and beautiful details like vintage mirrors, chandeliers in the reception tent, a unique message in a bottle guest book station, and gorgeous farmhouse tables with lush white blooms.  The overall result is elegant, warm, and cozy – perfect for an oceanfront affair.  Thanks to Andrew Bryant Photography for sharing!














The following North Carolina wedding vendors contributed to Raven and Michael’s wedding:

Photography – Andrew Bryant Photography \ Venue – private beachfront lot \ Floral and event design – Salt Harbor Designs \ Stationery – Crane \ Gown – Nicole Miller \ Bridesmaids dresses – Amsale \ Catering – 42nd Street Oyster Bar \ Bakery – Hayes Barton \ DJ – Joe Bunn \ Music – Sai Collins

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10 comments on “Real Weddings: Raven + Michael

  1. Monica writes...

    This wedding was beyond gorgeous. Wow. I’m doing the flowers for my best friend’s wedding in May and she want a look similar to this (but she’s on a bit of a budget). If any flower experts out there read this, how difficult is it to get a “garden rose” look like the roses here with just regular roses? Another friend told me that it can be done by “reflexing” the flowers, but I’m worried that this might ruin them. The bride wants to use the exact variety in the link below for both her bouquet and the other arrangements ( Any help would be much appreciated – I don’t want to mess this up! Thanks, everyone.

    Monica ([email protected])

  2. Rebecca writes...

    I love the last photo with the couple sitting under the lights at night. That is absolutely magical! We have been looking for the perfect beach venue but it is hard. I think we might have found the one on Gathering Guide last night. It’s exciting!

    • Jen writes...

      If my memory serves me correctly, he bought them at Joseph A. Banks

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