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Two of our favorite colors come together to create a beautiful and impressive wedding.

From Top Left Clockwise {Aisle with Petals, Bouquet, Pink Chivari Chairs and Pink flower embellished Desserts}

From Top Left Clockwise {Bouquet, Fabulous Cake with Dot Detail, Tablescape with hanging poms, Orange and Pink Dessert Table and Orange Lanterns}

From Top Left Clockwise {Kendra Scott Earrings, Lilly Pulitzer Nadia Dress, Pink Belt with Flowers and Orange Feathers, Pink and Orange Shoes and Santi Striped Beaded Clutch}

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Amy, of Amy Daring Photography was so excited to share this ‘barn chic’ Real Southern Wedding with us! She had this to say about the couple:

“After lots of meetings, phone calls and the bridal portraits, April 16th came way too soon! The day started with brunch for the girls at the barn with mimosas and laughter. Brunch was immediately followed by a salon day for the girls and a relaxed day for the guys. Right before the bride and her maids arrived at the church for photos, it looked as if the bottom of the sky had fallen out! It rained for about half an hour and then we didn’t see a drop of rain after. The traditional ceremony was beautiful and went perfectly. The bride and groom rode to the reception site in a bright orange 1968 Camaro. Malphrus Plantation offered a beautiful backdrop for the remainder of the evening. Shoes were kicked off and the guests enjoyed gumbo and karaoke. Shelby and Darrell danced the night away.”


Details: Photographer: Amy Daring Photography |Wedding Planner: Callie Badgett | Ceremony: Coosawatchie Baptist Church | Reception: Malphrus Plantation – Ridgeland, SC | Florist: Callie & Cathy Badgett | Baker: Country Morning Bakery | Music/Entertainment: Aaron Horry | Attire: David’s Bridal

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A Southern garden staple, zinnias are our inspiration today.  The bright fun flowers come in so many colors including orange, hot pink, yellow and magenta.  Known for their heat tolerance in hot Southern summers, zinnias can easily be picked and used for wedding flowers.

We love these cotton taffeta bridesmaids dresses from J.Crew.  They come in all of the same fabulous colors as zinnias. The fun zinnia tissue paper poms above all come from a great store called PomLove on Etsy.

The fabulous thing about zinnias is that because of the large blooms and variety in color, when simply placed in jars or made into bouquets– you still get a lot of variety and texture without adding any additional varieties of flowers or greenery.  Seed packets could be used as name cards, favors or even included or made into the invitation!

How gorgeous are these pink and orange linens with gold chivari chairs?  And we love these zinnia cocktail napkins.  We found zinnias everywhere including on this invitation. We You could even give little potted zinnias as favors.  How adorable!

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