We love absolutely everything about Grace’s incredible plantation wedding, from the sunset ceremony under a giant pecan tree to the elegant rustic reception decor. But of course our favorite part is seeing how breathtaking she looks wearing her David Tutera for Mon Cheri Gala gown. (Style No. 213257) We always love when a bride finds a way to make her gown her own, and Grace did just that by adding a lovely champagne colored sash to the waist which looked just perfect.
The wedding was feautured over on one of our favorite blogs, Southern Weddings, where Grace shared some details about finding her dream dress…
“I actually hate shopping for clothes, so needless to say, I was concerned searching for my dream dress was going to be pretty traumatic. Luckily, that was hardly the case. Everyone I worked with was very personable and helpful, and made my search for the right dress a really meaningful and enjoyable experience. I went into the experience wanting a very bohemian, antique style of dress, but once I started trying on dresses, I discovered a lot of unique styles I hadn’t previously considered wearing. You quickly realize that dresses you thought you were destined for look different on you in person than they do on models. After not finding the right dress at either of the first stores I visited, I was beginning to panic. At one salon, Bravura, I was looking through the rows of endless tulle and lace and chiffon with the assistant when I came across a beautiful A-line that caught my attention. As soon as I tried it on, it was the first time I felt the hope that I’d found the one.”
Wedding Photographers Ben & Colleen captured all of these dreamy images from the day. They are based in Atlanta, GA, but good news, brides! They will travel too!
The wedding took place at Vinewood Plantation, also in Georgia.
Be sure to pop on over to Southern Weddings to read more details about Grace & Kartwright’s day!