October 17, 2019
When it comes time to planning and having a vision for the perfect, outdoor Fall wedding at The Sonnet House, Kameron and her mom, Kelli, could write the book. Both of them had incredible ideas of soft, dreamy florals with natural and textured elements woven throughout. The end result was a spectacular display of love, affection, and some of the most beautiful flowers from Corey Daniel Florals you’ve ever seen. It had been just over a year since we worked with Meghan Murphy for Stephanie + Taylor’s wedding and we were over the moon to have another opportunity to work side by side. If you haven’t followed her on social media yet, be sure to give her a look! Her photography style is very relaxed, yet structured, and you can scroll through Kameron + Ben’s beautiful photos to see for yourself the amount of love that is brought into her work through the lens. We can’t say enough great things about her!
Kameron wore a custom Heidi Elnora wedding dress and our favorite accessory may have been her bare feet. That’s right, Kameron, a self-described outdoorsy girl, chose to be in her natural element and forwent the traditional bridal heels for what felt best to her — the ground beneath her feet. The most important ladies in Kameron’s life wore soft grey floor length dresses from Azazie.com. The bride and bridesmaids all got ready in a suite at The Tutwiler Hotel in Birmingham before arriving on site at The Sonnet House. This is a great way to be able to spread out and get ready at your own pace event while enjoying a casual cup of coffee. Once they were finished with hair and make up they arrived here for Kameron’s bridal reveal to the girls and of course for the bridesmaids to finish getting dressed.
Dazzling white and green flowers from Corey Daniel Florals decorated most areas of TSH and our Chapel was no exception. In additional to gorgeous flowers, Onsite Productions hung elegant white drapery to frame in each door of the Chapel leading to the main Courtyard where they also provided DJ services which kept the guests dancing on their feet throughout the night. Another favorite of ours was the couple’s decision to have the bridesmaids and groomsmen stand in couples on the stage rather than the traditional lineup of ladies on the left and gentlemen on the right. Many couples are equally close to the men and women in their bridal party so having them stand on both sides makes perfect sense.
Once guest’s bellies were full and they had danced the night away, they showered the newlyweds with dried lavender before Kameron + Ben rode off in their personal VW Bug. We love you both and wish you nothing but happiness in your future!
Wedding Vendors Who Made it Happen:
Venue, Catering & Coordination: The Sonnet House
Florals: Corey Daniel Florals
Photographer: Meghan Murphy Photography
Hair & Make Up Artist: Courtney White done at The Tutwiler Hotel
Ceremony Sound & Reception Music: OnSite Productions
Bridal Gown: Heidi Elnora
Bridesmaids Dresses: Azazie
Transportation: Personal VW Bug
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