I can’t believe this is the final post and it is literally full of DELICIOUSNESS! We had one final styled shoot modeled by the lovely John and Kristyn. Kristyn sported another vintage 60’s wedding dress from Etsy and John sported some southern summer goodness. They can pull of some seriously intense looks directly into the lens! I adore the pops of saffron that Elisha from Petal Flower Co. put together for us. So striking against the wood and green backgrounds. After this final shoot we headed down to the AWESOME sperry tent to behold the superpowers of Lynn from Sunshine and Rainshower styling some fantastic tablescapes and Maria of Pharsalia Events cooking us some of the most memorable food of my life. ONE TWO PUNCH to the senses. Most of the food was literally picked from the gardens that day as well as the floral centerpieces being trimmed from the gardens around the grounds. Can you spell FRESH? Let’s dive in and I will break down some more details as we go.
Lynn made the runners and napkins as well as all the paper products. She also assembled the silk flowers petal by petal and printed the wood leaves. So stinking amazing!
Now buckle your seat belts to view some tasty vitlins!
Figs picked fresh from the tree outside the kitchen window. The combination of a sweet fig and tangy blue cheese…oh my word. One of my favorite choices on my plate.
The smell of this smoked pork filled the entire tent.
Special Thanks to:
venue/reception florals/furniture: Foxie at Pharsalia Plantation
caterer: Maria at Pharsalia Plantation
tent: Liz at Skyline Tent Company
stylist/paper goods: Lynn of Sunshowers and Rainshine (and also her husband Chris!)
bouquets and bout: Petal Flower Company
Kristyn’s vintage dress: VintageVortex | shoes: Threadsence
hair piece: One Little Dove | gloves: Seventh Vintage
Kristyn’s hair: Fusion salon | makeup: Body Works
John’s gingham shorts: JCrew | shirt & belt: H&M | bow tie: Wickham House
shoes: Amazon | suspenders: Suspender Factory