When Stephanie and Johnston’s wedding photos landed in our inbox though, we knew we had a gem that our readers would love as much as we did.
Stephanie and Johnston teamed up with A Charleston Bride with a meaningful goal in mind: to make their wedding feel as though it was a fabulous party at their home.
Every detail was completely true to their classic style, and the reception even incorporated some of Stephanie’s beloved blue and white china.
A few of my favorite personal touches were the ones that paid special tribute to how important their families are to them, from the boxwood family photo display, to the lace from her mother’s wedding dress Stephanie wrapped around her bouquet, to the custom crest they included as a nod to the new family they were starting on their wedding day! We wanted to incorporate lots of whites, ivories, and natural greens.
It has brooding power and an attractive price tag, and is another winner with James's Lamb.
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We’re so thrilled Olivia Griffin shared this day with us for V9! I started to share some ideas with Lindsey on Pinterest and she and I brainstormed for months to get the combinations just right.
We got to celebrate with both Olivia and Stephanie in person at our issue launch party, which was such a treat! She helped me see past just the appeal of the colors, but to think about the feeling and texture that certain varieties can have.
The construction was a modern take on the traditional with block groupings instead of the flowers being mixed evenly throughout.
The producer behind our own-label Australian Shiraz, Elderton, is run by the Ashmead family (currently Allister and Cameron).