In the age of Pinterest, Instagram and an infinite supply of wedding blogs bursting with inspiration, a once-original idea can be passed in the blink of an eye from bride to bride until it becomes ubiquitous. And while each of these trends is undeniably beautiful and worthy of repeating, there is something magical about a wedding that is utterly unique. A celebration that, through some picture-perfect alchemy, unmistakably bears the thumbprints of the couple saying “I do.” A celebration like the Chattanooga wedding of Mandi and Oliver – the couple who first locked eyes in the heart of an antique store.Read More
We are just thrilled to be featured on Adorn Magazine!
"A moody, romantic editorial with a playful springtime color palette comes to life where the inspiration is rooted in the juxtaposition of hard and soft elements, including vibrant hues of color. The old freight terminal on Jackson Avenue, was the perfect urban-inspired venue for today's styled shoot that was designed by Southern Bliss Weddings and captured beautifully by Abigail Malone. The most unique of details and quite possibly my favorite, is the three-tiered chandelier crafted of olive branches which is a symbol of peace."
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Photography: Abigail Malone Photography
Dress: White Lace and Promises
Styling: Southern Bliss Weddings
Florals: The Fleurella
Jewelry: The Gem Store by JTV
Hair: Hair by Claudia Moore
Makeup: Stunning By Rachel
Invitations: Olive Juice Press
Rentals: Vintage Sisters Rentals
Venue: Jackson Terminal
Cake: Hayley Harrell