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Sometimes the right feature just falls into your — er, my — lap at the right time. Such was the case with this lovely shoot, sent to me by Libelle Photography, an Atlanta-based studio. Fresh, green grass, gilded eggs, soft pastels — how perfect for a Southern spring! And especially for this week, since Easter in the South is such a beautiful time of year for a wedding. Annika and Anna, the photographers behind Libelle, crafted most of the handmade details themselves, and want to encourage readers to try the same for their weddings. We couldn’t agree more!

Happy Easter, ladies + gents!

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Brenda’s Wedding Blog reply

    loving the place settings and the grapevine wreaths with raffia bows on the backs of the chairs – a perfect Easter shoot

  2. avatar Lisa Lupola reply

    Can never appreciate southern simple enough!!!’s just too cute

  3. avatar A reply

    What is that china pattern, it’s beautiful!

  4. avatar erin * sparkle & hay reply

    this is just as pretty & sweet as can be!

  5. avatar Melissa Green reply

    SWOON! I heart all of these. Wonderful job and such amazing captures.

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