The Happy Bloom recently hosted a photography workshop, and one of the settings was at Old Sheldon Ruins. This venue in South Carolina features the exterior of an old brick church, surrounded by huge oak trees and moss. They teamed up with a great team of vendors, like Colonial House of Flowers and Makeup by Haley Ann, to create a gorgeous session, shot in film. For the gown, they went with Hannah by Ti Adora, which features the perfect illusion neckline, cashmere and lace bodice, and an english netting skirt. This gown has been a bride favorite, and works perfectly outside, with its soft fabric's blowing in the breeze. And it's soft cashmere color has been a huge hit this year. We love the blush/champagne combination, and it goes with so many skin tones. See more of this shoot up on Savannah Soiree

"Women can be strong, shy, elusive, care-free, responsible and beautiful. One does not have to choose one trait. A woman can possess all. Our goal for this shoot was to keep things as simple as possible and let our bride showcase the incredible qualities that make her character, her soul and her womanhood. We wanted to go beyond making photographs and truly allow each image to present a different emotion, a different sound, a different layer of a woman’s femininity." - Justin and Amanda, Of The Happy Bloom

THAT BOUQUET! Colonial House of Flowers knocked it out of the park with this one! We love the huge airplant, crazy blooms, and wild shape. It is a piece of art! And we love it with our Ti Adora gown. So soft, so romantic, and so southern! One of our favorite flower elements are air plants. They give such gorgeous texture and shape to bouquets. 

{Vendor Credits} Ti Adora Gown from Ivory + Beau // Photography by The Happy Bloom, Film lab Richard Photo Lab // Venue Old Sheldon Church Ruins // Flowers by Colonial House of Flowers // Ring from Trumpet and Horn // Ring Box from The Mrs. Box // Stationary by Julia Rohde Design // Calligraphy love letter by Simply Jessica Marie // Hair and Makeup by Haley Ann // Ribbon from Frou Frou Chic 

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