Sometime we are inspired by other artists to create our very own work of art. That’s exactly what happened to me when I heard the song, Hudson Commodore by Jason Isbell. I immediately knew I had to plan a stylized elopement inspired by vintage wealth while capturing the essence of freedom. Huspa Plantation had exactly what I was searching for. I as so blessed to have found such a remarkable team of strong women to help pull this shoot together. From my sweet mom traveling down to Seabrook with me to Briana Tucker who stepped in literally last minute to be our hair and makeup artist, these ladies were incredible. And oh boy, those florals! I just wish you could smell the fragrant blooms from your computer screen. They were heavenly!
Our accent colors were reds and golds with hints of lace. Huspa Plantation has the most breath taking skeleton fire places in their courtyard. We were able to set up the floral arrangements inside the fireplace which were a complete dream. Elizabeth’s dress from Low Country Bride and Gown was so stunning with buttons trailing down to the train. Our bride and groom table were vintage pieces from Blue Surf Design and the decor is all vintage inspired. I am so thankful for how this gorgeous shoot turned out. I could definitely live on this plantation! Incredible vendor list below!
Venue- Huspa Plantation
Florals – Enchanted Floral Weddings & Beyond
Gown – Low Country Bride & Gown
Hair and Makeup – Briana Tucker Photography
Staging & Decor – Blue Surf Designs
Models: Elizabeth Wolf