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Southern Weddings readers are known for wanting to squeeze every drop of fun and meaning out of wedding planning that they can, and we love that trait! So it’s not surprising that we (and you) are all about asking your best gals to join you as bridesmaids in a special way. Often this has to be done virtually, but if you happen to live close by, we love this “will you be my bridesmaid” party inspiration from Mobella Events, all done up in fabulous Lilly Pulitzer style!

Big hugs to Sivan Photography for these images!

From Mobella Events: Some of life’s most precious moments happen on the grounds of your very own home. When it was time for Katherine to ask her friends to be in her wedding party, she decided to have them over and make it a surprise. What her friends thought was going to be a fun afternoon at their bestie’s house was about to get so much more exciting!

After seating her friends at the table, Katherine unrolled a scroll with a special message: “I have my mister, but I can’t do it without my sisters! Will you be my wedding gals?” The girls were beyond excited, and of course they said yes!

Anyone recognize that signature expression? It’s none other than our own Kristin Winchester, who couldn’t have been a more natural fit for a shoot about friendship and LP!

You can see this fun day in action, too!

I’d love to hear: how did you ask your bridesmaids to stand beside you on your big day? I wrote them each a heartfelt note and stuck them in the mail!

Attire: Lilly Pulitzer | Cake: Everything Cake | Caterer: Southern Traditions | Coordinator: Mobella Events | Desserts: Two Sweets Bake Shop | Flowers: Blue Ribbon Weddings & Events | Hair: Brittney Boscana, Brie & Brie | Linen: Wildflower Linen | Location: Peachtree House | Makeup: Tracie Cervero | Models: Lydia Aluri, Courtney Moore, Kristin Winchester, Charlotte Darley, Lindsay Demoranville | Monogrammed Items: The Monogram Merchant | Photographer: Sivan Photography | Rentals: A Chair Affair | Stationery: Pretty Peacock Paperie | Videography: Seltzer Films

Two Sweets Bake Shop is a delightful member of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

emily Written with love by Emily
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  1. avatar Audrey {Custom Wedding Songs} reply

    I love that first picture of all the girls.

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Our current Summer Love theme is all about revisiting childhood adventures, making new memories, and growing in love. We love the idea that you might even be inspired to take inspiration for your wedding day from some of those old (or new!) memories, and so when we saw this shoot, we knew we had to share! As you’ll read below, the details were directly inspired by designer Mobella Events‘ childhood memories of sitting under a tangerine tree eating one fruit after another. We love that such a simple and beloved memory was transformed into a beautiful (and meaningful!) wedding aesthetic!

Big hugs to Bumby Photography for sharing these photos!

From Mobella Events: When I was little, I used to sit in my backyard under our tangerine tree and eat one tangerine after another. I love everything citrus – the smell of a fresh peeled orange, the vibrant color when it’s ripe for picking, and the memories that come with it! Seeing the Peachtree House and its fruit trees brought me right back to those joyful moments and seeded inspiration for a nostalgic home-style Florida citrus photo shoot. To create the look, I traveled back to being that little girl and thought about my favorite childhood memories. From family dinners at our wooden dining table to playing croquet and going on picnics, this shoot includes elements of my story and I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

The air was filled citrus from Two Sweets Bake Shop’s desserts, including orange marmalade naked cake, orange sweet rolls on sticks, lemon mini bundt cake favors wrapped in cheesecloth, lemon shooters, orange meringues, and lemon pirouette cookies.

See this inspiration come to life thanks to Riant Films!

Designer and coordinator: Mobella Events | Photography: Bumby Photography | Venue: The Peachtree House | Videographer: Riant Films | Florist: Bluegrass Chic | Desserts: Two Sweets Bake Shop | Hair and makeup: M3 Makeup | Models: Miranda and Adam Love | Tables, chairs, tableware: A Chair Affair | Lounge furniture, bicycle, tufted chairs and armoire: RW Events | Stationery: Dogwood Blossoms Stationery | Dress: Calvet Couture | Signage: Chalk Shop | Getaway car: Cole’s Classic Cars | Jewelry: Monarch Jewelry

Two Sweets Bake Shop is a delightful member of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

emily Written with love by Emily
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  1. avatar Dana reply

    that puppy <3

  2. avatar Bumby G reply

    Oh I just adore this shoot. Thank you so much for featuring it and sharing it.

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It’s really a joy to get to introduce y’all to a new set of Blue Ribbon Vendors each month, because I just know any one of them would be a joy to you if you choose to work together! This time around, we’re introducing you to a few of them through their answers to some of our favorite BRV interview questions. Click through to their listings to find out more about them!

Name: Vista West Ranch
Where you call home: Dripping Springs, Texas
Favorite part of a wedding day? For me, it’s when the couple checks in — going over all of the activities, making sure that everything is in order, and being able to talk with them as they arrive at VWR. Seeing all of the excitement that is building up before the festivities start is my favorite part.

Name: Two Sweets Bake Shop
Where you call home: Winter Garden, Florida
Best piece of advice for brides and grooms? When considering your dessert options, give some thought to offering a variety of desserts to your guests. Just about every dessert can be created in small portions, allowing guests to select from several offerings. They’ll love you for it!

Name: Tucker Images
Where you call home: Crandall, Texas
How I got into weddings: Since I was young I knew that I wanted to make people happy for a living. I didn’t have a clue how I was going to do that but my junior year in college when I was hired to work with a wedding photographer I quickly started to realize that shooting weddings embodied everything I love: big moments, joyful people, and pretties!

Name: Tres Beau Weddings
Where you call home: Hoover, Alabama
How I got into weddings: I think it started with my sixth birthday party: a “Here Comes the Bride”-themed party! Then, I joke that I just never got over planning my own wedding in 2001. I also went to culinary school and learned about event management while working at Saks Fifth Avenue’s corporate headquarters!

Name: Tracy Melton Artistry
Where you call home: Dallas, Texas
Favorite part of a wedding day? Well the ‘getting ready’ part, of course! :) I love getting to spend that precious time with brides and their best ladies. It’s always such a fun time filled with laughter, love, hairspray, and lipstick – which just so happen to be a few of my favorite things!!

Name: The Southern Barn
Where you call home: Fort Lonesome, Florida
How I got into weddings: The Southern Barn at Lonesome G Ranch began when our son was married on the ranch. This was the beginning of many weddings for our family and friends. When the word about our passion to create beautiful unique Southern vintage style weddings spread, The Southern Barn name was created.

Name: The Reason
Where you call home: Atlanta, Georgia
How we got into weddings: Our love for marriage got us into weddings. We want to give our clients something that no matter how far in the future, they can always look back and remember why. We’re best friends and married. We get to work together; it’s simply the best thing ever.

Name: The Chef Next Door
Where you call home: Huntsville, Alabama
Favorite part of a wedding day? It’s a tie: either seeing the bride’s face as she sees her reception for the first time… hopefully, her dream come true! Or the hug from the bride and groom at the end of the night. I’m sweaty, my hair is in a dirty bun, and I smell like food, but it’s that hug that makes my job worth doing and solidifies that I am where I am meant to be in the world.

Name: Swanky I Do’s
Where you call home: Orlando, Florida
Favorite thing about weddings in the South? I love the emphasis on details and hospitality, and that venues range from barns to waterfront properties.

Name: Suite Paper
Where you call home: Cameron, North Carolina
Favorite part of a wedding day? I’m a sucker for the kiss!

Check out all of our favorite vendors in the Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory! I also wanted to mention that we’re working particularly hard to expand some of our areas of slim pickings – namely, Kentucky, Mississippi, Oklahoma, and West Virginia. If you would like to recommend someone (or nominate yourself!) for any of these states, please email emily at southernweddings.com!

emily Written with love by Emily
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