Coastal Wedding Inspiration | Beaufort, SC | Anchorage 1770

This shoot really was a dream come true.  I'd wanted to plan my own styled shoot for awhile and when I decided go to Shanna Skidmore's Blueprint Retreat that took place in Beaufort, SC, the wheels started turning.  I mean, we were already going to be in this beautiful little seaside town.  Why not stay an extra day and try to pull together a shoot to do while I was there?  

Taylor Doehrman of Taylor Dawn Design quickly came on board and the two of us started planning and recruiting.  Some amazing vendors pulled out all the stops for us to make this happen.  

Photography | Holly Von Lanken Photography

Style + Design | Taylor Doehrman/ Taylor Dawn Design

Venue | Anchorage 1770

Dress | Sarah Seven 

Bridal Shop | Fabulous Frocks of Atlanta

Florals | Karin Jeffcoat / Cote Designs 

Calligraphy + Paper Goods | Mallory Overton 

Vow Books | Michelle McMurray de Luces/ Wedding Story Writer 

Model | Anna Schuler

Copy | Brooke Meaders

Film | Kodak Portra 400

Film Presets for Digital Images | Mastin Labs

Film Developing | The Find Lab

Featured on Dear Gray Magazine

The warm, comforting air of the neighboring sea embraced the bride on her wedding day. Her dreamy wedding dress was quite at home in this ethereal coastal setting. Light and sweet, the bride’s graceful gown matched her gentle and kind spirit. The delicate lace in a modern silhouette demonstrated the romantic and eager love shared by the couple. As the bride wandered around the opulent Anchorage 1770, her sentimental gown was raptured in the sea breeze. Her deep blush, velvet heels helped complete her perfectly classic yet modern look. The perfect marriage of the pastels and deep plum flowers in her floral arrangement held together by the strong, slate, floor-length ribbons were wonderfully symbolic of the couples apparent love for one another: flattering sweet yet absolute. The bride and grooms wedding vows are safely housed in elegant vow books, each differing in style yet exquisitely coupled together.

  The bride and groom's patient and comforting love was evident in each of the intricate details of their wedding. The whimsy of the antique calligraphy of their invitation suite well prepared guests for their idyllic reception. The perfectly set tables held white linen table cloths, tall candlesticks, and an Arcadian vase overflowing with a soft, light bouquet. The bride strolls barefoot for a moment alone on the docks to read her beloved’s final words as a single man. The boats eagerly awaiting voyage, at the brides back, were a lovey reminder of her own impending adventure. The bride strolls back, under the Spanish moss, to be united forever with her husband. - Words by Brooke Meaders

Ribbon | Silk and Willow

Linen | Nuage Designs

Shoes | ALDO

Bridal Earrings | Kate Spade

Plates | Target

Glass | Crate + Barrel

Napkins + Rings | Pottery Barn