27 Feb

Our Labor Of Love is going to help us start the week off right with the charming and woodsy wedding of Terry, a photographer and videographer, and Jessica, a budding photo stylist, crafter, and style blogger. They’re crazy about the outdoors and the handmade, so fusing the two was an obvious choice when inviting 100 close friends and fam to the historic, Old Fort Jackson, nestled in a sleepy Southern town in Savannah, Georgia. Their theme was a perfect balance of soft and rugged – rundown barracks, fire pits, with fabric flowers, acorns, burlap, mason jars, and other DIY elements – all in a soothing color palette of pale pinks, mustard yellows, grays, and browns.

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The gals all picked out their own dresses (some vintage some not) in a shade of mustard yellow, and pulled their looks together by wearing gray tights and pink velvet ribbon belts.

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Jessica found her dream dress in Atlanta during a vintage buying trip for $30! It was a 1950s pale pink prom dress with silver detail and fit like a glove. Her adorable shoes and beaded belt came from BHLDN and her hair piece was made by the lovely talented Twigs and Honey.

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Another money saver – Jessica’s father built the arbor they married under out of reclaimed wood and vintage wrought iron trim.

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The music:

Our talented close friends, Lovely Locks covered songs like “Dream a Little Dream of Me” by The Mamas and the Papas, “Lets Get Rich, You and I” by Ingrid Michaelson, and “Falling Slowly” by Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova while guests arrived. I walked down the isle to them performing “All I want is you, hold me n your arms and sway me like the sea” by Barry Louis Polisar.

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Get this – they didn’t use any live floral arrangements. All the flowers seen above were handmade out of fabric and paper. This also included Jessica’s bouquet made out of silk handmade flowers, vintage millinery leaves, and antique brooches. Even the fellas wore boutonnieres made of felted acorns and vintage millinery details.

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We chose to do our first dance before dinner started and had our friend Bob Jones perform our first dance, singing “In an Aeroplane over the sea” by Neutral Milk Hotel. The rest of the night our DJ blasted tunes from all eras, tying in our love for the music of the past.

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What’s better than a vintage mustang send off? Congrats Jessica + Terry!

Photography: Julia Robbs at Our Labor of Love / Catering: Cha-Bella / Wedding planner: Elizabeth Demo / DJ: Keith Kozel / Venue: Old Fort Jackson / Musicians: Lovely Locks / Hair: Salon Aqua / Bridal Makeup: Mary Clarke / Cake Topper: Monica Lynch / Bride’s blog: 20s to the 60s, and own a vintage style blog Strawberry Moth / Bride’s dress: vintage for $30 / Shoes & beaded belt: BHLDN / Hairpiece: Twigs & Honey / Jewelry: borrowed from mother / Groom’s suit: H & M /

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Comments

  1. This wedding is BEAUTIFUL! I love the bride’s red hair – she looks oh-so-darling. Also, all of the details and those colors… <3

  2. Oh, this is so incredibly beautiful. This has to be Old Fort Jackson if it’s in Savannah. The wedding has such a timeless feel to it that’s right up our alley. Thanks for featuring it.

  3. Such a sweet wedding!

  4. Beautiful bride, and stunning decor. Congrats to the adorable couple!

    Psst, I think you mean “wrought iron”, and the song’s title is simply “All I Want Is You”.

  5. Beautiful bride! And I’m totally loving the yellow bridesmaids dresses! Swoooon!

  6. This is too cute! What a darling couple and wedding party!

    Love!

  7. Oh my gosh this wedding is seriously amazing! I can’t believe they didn’t use any live flowers!

  8. Beautiful Wedding! And AMAZING job LIZ!! I

  9. wow, so impressed with this wedding. beautiful couple! i love her hair, and the decor is so perfect! well done!

  10. Gorgeous wedding! I adore the mustard yellow bridesmaids & the vintage mustang!!

  11. What a beautiful celebration of love.I enjoyed my visit to your lovely blog! Hugs, Katherine

  12. Very cool idea of having all the flowers made out of paper or fabric…The brides bouquet and groomsmen boutonnieres all look great! Loving the mustard yellow!

  13. OLOL is pure genius!!!!!!!!!

  14. I love everything about this wedding! It has got be inspired for my own!!!

  15. lovely pics! love the bridesmaid dresses nice colors

  16. awesome awesome awesome stylish wedding!

  17. Incredible photography..!

  18. The bride’s hair piece is to die for, and the yellow bridesmaid’s dresses are fab with those gray tights!!

  19. What a stylish wedding. The colors are muted and beautiful and the photographers captured it perfectly! Lovely!

  20. Awesome photos and wedding, but that isn’t a Mustang… it is a 1966 Ford Galaxie. :)

  21. The vintage headpiece is absolutely beautiful! I also love all the DIY crafts. I may be stealing some of these ideas for my roommate’s wedding ;)

  22. love the badges. Can anyone tell where I can get these

  23. Absolutely exquisite! I don’t know which is more beautiful, the concepts or the photos. How nice of you to share your beautiful wedding with the world. I would love to attend one with the delicate colour scheme and rustic touches. Peace :)

  24. I love your color scheme and plan on using the mustard and charcoal grey for mine next summer. Can you tell me where your bridesmaids got their dresses? Thanks!

  25. By the way, that’s a ’65 Ford Galaxie 500 not a Mustang. Looks great though!

  26. Some beautiful shots here. What a lovely occasion x

  27. So many gorgeous details! I think I pinned every photo, just about :-) Thank you!

  28. That shot of the band playing and the couple dancing is one of the most beautiful wedding photos I’ve ever seen.

  29. Oh my! What a beautiful wedding…I especially love the flowers.

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