Anthorium Skirt

Fresh Foliage in Anthorium

Using Bold Prints in Your Wedding

How do you use a bold print in your wedding color palette without overwhelming everything? The Anthorium skirt is a personal favorite, and while she’s a big statement, you can balance it out by keeping the rest of your color story fairly streamlined - black, cream, and green are a great route! And heavy on the fresh green foliage.

This wedding gives us all the classic English garden wedding vibes but with a modern twist. Our favorite element? The swoon worthy floral circular alter peppered with loosely woven white florals. Consider us green with envy.

Skirt: Anthorium Bodice: Kristen Bustier | lens: @aliciakingphoto | event designer: @monicarelyeaevents | venue: @glynwoodweddings | invitations” @coppalacreative | flowers: @virifloraldesign | makeup: @ericamartell | hair: @reneemruso | rentals: @partyrentalltd @northcountryvintage

Happily Yours.


Inspiration: Marsh Madness

The cypress wetlands of South Carolina are a moody dreamland of black waters and seemingly unending mirrors of trees and branches. The perfect backdrop for our eerie romance with Edgar Allen Poe inspired gold bug jewelry, the Euphorbia and Anthorium gowns feel right at home in this unique landscape.  Talk about an underrated wedding venue!  

Gowns:  Euphorbia and Anthorium | Lens: Perry Vaile  | Venue:  Cypress Bay Plantation   |  Planning + Design:  Ashley Rhodes Event Designs  |  Floral: Em Creative Floral | Cake:  Minette Rushing | Hair and Makeup:  Makeup For Your Day |  Jewelry:  Gold Bug


Happily Yours, 


Real Weddings: Meet Emily


The location for Emily and Sean's destination wedding was inspired by their Irish heritage and their shared love of travel. They chose an Irish country estate near the seaside town of Kinsale to host their fifty guests and set the stage for their intimate festivities. The group enjoyed two glorious days of unseasonably sunny weather, taking in the countryside and enjoying local music and food.

Emily and Sean took their first look photos at the historic Charles Fort. The couple exchanged their personally crafted vows, after which they jigged up the aisle to the traditional Irish reel, Red Haired Lass. Emily knew our Anthorium skirt would be the perfect complement to the pastoral setting, and it turned out to be a total jaw-dropper. Just check out Sean's face during that first look! The bride paired her Anthorium with a customized Plie bodice. Another little detail about this day that made it extra sweet for us? Emily's sister and matron of honor, Allison, wore our Bryant dress in claret.  

The bride wore our Anthorium skirt and  Plié Bodice | matron of honor wore our Bryant dress in claret | Images: Savo Photography | Venue: Ballinacurra House | Flowers: Hanako Floral Studio | Cake: Ms. Cupcake Cork | Stationary: Papel & Co.

Happily Yours, CH