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Champagne Wedding Gown Featured in Wedding Chicks!

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Lighting and texture played a big role in the design of this next shoot dreamed up by Southern Hospitality Weddings & Events. With a natural design in mind, every detail fell right into place at the historic Flyway Lodge – an old hunting club dating back to the 1920s. “For this styled shoot, the inspiration came before the venue. Dusty clay and handmade pottery was my muse from the beginning. All the various shades of earthen clay, the natural curves and unaltered state of the material – it captured my attention and from there it expanded into a wedding design.”

A mix of texture and natural lighting created a moody, romantic vibe in dusty pink hues with natural clay accents, and dried/fresh flowers. See all the thoughtful design details below and in the full gallery, beautifully captured by Mary Basnight Photography.


From the designer, Jessie: We were so fortunate to work with Di Domenico Designs and use one of their couture gowns for the shoot and while on the hanger it was beautiful, it wasn’t until we saw it on our bride that we became overwhelmed with awe. Every bead and detail was hand sewn, every inch of the dress designed with intention. And where all of our décor was very raw, matte and natural, this dream dress was its opposite – regal, glam, and refined. All of the jewelry worn in the shoot was also custom made, including the solitaire diamond ring handmade by jeweler Mary John Ventre.

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