Updated: Aug 23
A lovely "Bridgerton"inspired styled shoot was published on the cover and inside the Savannah Morning News weekend section, DO! These beautiful shots were photographed by Adriana Boatwright, @adrianairis.
Don't you just love the buttons all the way down the back??
This gorgeous location is The Beach Institute African-American Cultural Center- @beachinstitute in the Historical District of downtown Savannah.
"The Beach Institute is Savannah’s first school built after Emancipation specifically for African Americans. As a cultural center, the Beach Institute collects, interprets, preserves and presents African American history and culture through exhibits and artistic and educational programs.
King-Tisdell Cottage is the birthplace of the movement to preserve African American history in Savannah. It serves as a museum interpreting black life in the region from slavery to freedom, through tours, exhibits and related materials. The King-Tisdell Cottage also tells the story of two working class families in the early decades of the 20th century and provides information on the life and work of Mr. W. W. Law, the civil rights leader who helped save and preserve the cottage and who founded the King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation."
--From The Beach Institute website
Our models are Emma- @emma.june & Matthew- @mchunt22, and Emma's beautiful makeup and hair is by Wanda Christopher- @wonderland_beautybar.
Florals and decor are by Carrie J Events- @carriejevents, and the groom's tux is by J Parker LTD- @jparkerltd.
And the bride's fabulous mermaid is from our Camellia Private Collection!
Fantastic work, everyone!