Josie and Whit’s sophisticated Atlanta wedding is equal parts elegant and fun! The stunning Biltmore Ballrooms, with its lofty ceilings, crystal chandeliers, and Palladian windows, set the stage for a formal but not at all stuffy soiree. Invision Events designed a reception with a classic feel that focused on the beauty of the location and romantic rose and hydrangea centerpieces by Tulip. Josie is a vision in a timeless Anne Barge lace gown from The White Room with an off-the-shoulder neckline and a perfect sideswept ponytail. Josie describes their wedding as “the best party I’ve ever been to” and we know guests adored dancing the night away to tunes from the Fountain City Players. We’re in love with this gorgeous couple and their beautiful wedding captured by Kelli + Daniel Taylor Photography!
Photography: Kelli + Daniel Taylor Photography | Ceremony Venue: Holy Spirit Catholic Church | Reception Venue: The Biltmore Ballrooms | Floral: Tulip | Wedding Planning and Event Design: Invision Events | Stationery: Empress Stationery | Calligraphy: The Refined Pen | Catering: Affairs to Remember | Bakery: Frosted Pumpkin | Rentals: Collection Event Rentals | Band: Fountain City Players | Lighting: Unique Event Elements | Transportation: Atlantic Limo | Hair Stylist: Van Michael Salon | Makeup Artist: Candice Holloway | Gown: Anne Barge | Bridal Salon: The White Room | Bride’s Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Reception Dress: BHLDN
Newly engaged and getting lost in a sea of gorgeous wedding inspiration? Aisle Society has you covered! I’m so proud to be one of Aisle Society’s founding bloggers. We’ve teamed up to create a space to share our favorite real weddings, styled shoots, DIY projects and more, all in one gorgeous place. And best of all, you can curate your very own personalized feed of your favorite wedding styles, design elements, wedding pros, bloggers, and more, making it a cinch to plan your perfect day!
So what makes Aisle Society different?
All wedding, all the time! Swoon over brand new real weddings, inspiration shoots, DIY projects, engagement sessions, and more as fresh inspiration is added to Aisle Society minute by minute from around the globe.
Choose what YOU want to follow! Aisle Society is all about YOUR wedding! Curate your very own Society of your favorite wedding pros, bloggers, styles, settings, locations, colors, and more to represent your wedding. Each time a new post is added to Aisle Society with an item in your Society, you’ll automatically see it in your personalized feed.
Share Your Feed! Share your Society with your wedding pros and bridal party to give them info about your design style! You can take a peek at my Society right here.
Never again ask “Where did they find that?” Have you ever seen that perfect dress and hunted for hours to find the designer? Had your heart set on that perfect wedding venue and couldn’t find the contact information? Never again wonder, because with Aisle Society, every single wedding pro involved in creating the inspiration you love is right at your fingertips. And even better? Each wedding pro has their own Aisle Society portfolio, and you can inquire with them directly about your wedding!
There’s so much more to love, but essentially just think of Aisle Society as your new best friend when it comes to wedding planning! I’m so excited for you to visit and start following all of your favorite wedding inspiration (Elizabeth Anne Designs included, of course!) and creating your perfect personalized Society!
And because no post is complete without some stunning images, here’s a glimpse of one of the gorgeous Aisle Society shoots that I styled with Gillian of Coastal Bride for Plum Pretty Sugar! See the full feature here: PART 1, PART 2.
Event Design: Elizabeth Anne Designs and Coastal Bride for Aisle Society | Attire: Plum Pretty Sugar | Photography: Kelly Sauer | Floral: SYG Designs | Venue: Legare Waring House | Hair: Wedding Hair by Charlotte | Makeup: Pamela Lesch Makeup | Gown: Modern Trousseau | Jewelry: Susie Saltzman | Headpieces: Brides and Hairpins | Models: Taryn Berger, Venita Aspen, Elizabeth Cochran, Molly Rhyne, Natalie Taylor Humphrey, Greg Keys
We couldn’t think of a better start to the week than this ridiculously gorgeous inspiration shoot set at Atlanta’s picturesque Swan Coach House! Lindsay Coletta outdid herself designing florals loaded with luscious blooms and greenery in a mix of blush, mauve, buttery yellow, and apricot, and the result is a perfect mix of elegance and romance. Simone Gebsattel complemented the natural beauty of the estate with exquisite details such as upholstered seating from Crush Event Rentals, a charcuterie spread from Sun in My Belly, and delicate calligraphy details by Rachel Anne. Prepare to feast your eyes on the absolutely exquisite imagery from Alexis June Weddings!
Photography: Alexis June Weddings | Venue: Swan Coach House | Styling: Simone Gebsattel | Floral: Lindsay Coletta | Gown: Sarah Seven | Bridal Salon: The Sentimentalist | Hair and Makeup: Jennifer C Nieman | Calligraphy: Rachel Anne | Food: Sun in My Belly | Rentals: Crush Event Rentals | Ribbon: Silk and Willow | Vow Books: Wedding Story Writer | Wooden Ring: Beaty Woodworks
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It may be the middle of winter outside, but it’s not too early to dream of spring, is it? We’ve long been inspired by springtime hues—buttery yellow, pretty pastel blue and teal, and shimmering apricot—and today’s board brings them together in an elegant palette that screams romance! Delicate fabrics, fluffy flowers, a hint of sparkle, and flowing locks are just a few of the sophisticated details we are loving about this classic look. Tres chic!
Top row: centerpiece by Spike Greens, image by Emily Delamater via 100 Layer Cake; Christian Louboutin shoes, image by Elisa B Photography via Santa Barbara Chic; gown by Maria Luisa Rabell, image by D’Arcy Benincosa via Style Me Pretty | Middle row: stationery by The Dandelion Patch, image by Jeff Sampson Photography via Style Me Pretty; hanging gown, image by Jose Villa | Bottom row: Jessica Lorren via Once Wed; bridal portrait by Rylee Hitchner via Once Wed