This couple hailing from New York City took over resort town Bald Head Island, NC with big city sophistication. The bride knows a thing or two about throwing an event having worked for Creative Edge Parties, so we had a blast planning all the details of her wedding together. I loved the beautiful architectural elements her amazing dress by Junko Yoshioko and birdcage veil by Sara Gabriel brought to the table.
The famous landmark of the island, Old Baldy was a star of the scenery.
The ceremony was held at the quaint Village Chapel on Bald Head Island.
I love that moment of the bride and her father just before they walk down the aisle. What a treasure of a time for both of them to have before he presents her to start a new family. Whitebox Weddings captured the images of the day for them.
The groom’s and groomsmens’ boutonierres were fashioned from a single cotton boll wrapped in burlap.
The cotton blossom bouquets accented with berzillia berries complimented the slate gray and white color palette… Pops of bright orange were accented throughout.
The island allows few cars, so golf carts are the main mode of transport… luckily that makes for fabulous photos.
Having worked for a huge catering operation in New York City, the bride had an integral part of planning the fall menu.
The seating cards for dinner were flags planted in boxes of cotton blossoms. Tables were named after each of the couple’s favorite songs instead of numbered.
Dark fabric swathed the otherwise oversized and over white tent. This created a luxe intimacy that kept the seaside affair warm and comfortable but still had the aire of glamour.
Modern square place settings worked with the menus designed by Regas NY. Vases were wrapped with cotton muslin to provide a softer glow during the evening dinner.
The long tables were a favorite of guests that evening. Everyone felt as if they were at a dinner party they didn’t want to leave!
The big square bar we created adjacent to the dinner tables made for a perfect spot for guests to cozy up for a cocktail during dancing or to catch up with an old friend.
In lieu of a wedding cake, the couple offered individual banana puddings. Love this!
The reception area offered these amazing views of the coastal marsh. For more photos from this wedding, head here to Weddings Unveiled where it was featured.