The Classic Bride is timeless. She wants billowing white drapes encasing her whitewashed decor. She loves the formal elegance of a wedding and grand ballrooms dressed in soft lighting and pale pastels. The Classic Bride believes champagne is for celebrating, understated beauty is unrivaled, and the refinement of tradition is the epicenter of a wedding soiree.
The Antebellum Lady adores Deep South architecture and the history embedded in the walls of a home from a bygone era. She loves an abundance of greenery and stately front lawns. Back in the day, a wedding was a talk of the town and the social event of the season; the Antebellum Lady settles for nothing less. She wants classic and rustic flair, a garden party for the masses, and her tea to be as sweet as the darlin' she's marrying!
The Southern Belle envisions pecan groves, mason jars, and plantation homes. She's bringing her dog to walk the rings down the aisle, ordering a monogrammed cake topper, and making sure the craft cocktail is not easily forgotten. From the traditional table settings to the soft florals, this bride's style is dripping with Southern charm. The Southern Belle has always dreamed of getting hitched to her honey in a rustic barn with the aisle lined with delicate babies breath...and there's gotta be plenty of seating for mama-n-them.
The Whimsical Bride dreams of her perfect day as an Alice in Wonderland inspired garden party. She has flowers in her hair, vibrant and eclectic decor, and tastefully mismatched bridesmaids' dresses. Thrifted fine china and photo booths with quirky props are right up this bride's alley. A Whimsical Bride wants her wedding to reflect her storybook romance.
The bride searching for an Intimate Wedding isn't into crowds and all the fuss that goes along with inviting the masses to attend her wedding. She enjoys quiet ambiance, soft glowing lights, and a cozy reception space where everyone can lean over to one another and chat. The bride who desires an intimate wedding believes the fewer people, the better. This allows for a more personal celebration and more one-on-one time with guests.