Abby and Isaac were high school sweethearts. And so a foundation of love and history begins our tale. This is the story of how these two intertwined their hearts at Churchill's the 85 year home of hand-woven goods and fabric designs. This building housed the handmade crafts; love and passion interwoven with every thread or stitch. Today, his historical loom house has been converted into a wedding venue.
As new love fills the walls of this hollow factory, the history becomes alive sewn in with the present. This shoot pays homage to this southern relic retelling its story and adding new pages! Don't miss any of this couples part of the story, see all the details in the full gallery, photographed by Jessica Hatton & Becky Flanery.
The South Goes Modern
We love how the natural wood and exposed brick pair perfectly with the softness of Abby in her gorgeous high collar, crop top wedding gown. A soft beauty in an industrial setting. This shoot serves as a visual blend of old and new. A modern bride breathing vivacity into this historic Appalachian landmark. Spools of thread, yarn, fabric and sewing tables are amongst the details filling this vintage space. This southerly couple tied the knot on a fabric aisle adorned in gold.
2016 Pantone Colors Inspiration
The decor introduces the 2016 Pantone Colors of the Year Rose Quartz and Serenity with peach and gold accents. Pink and blue macaroons were served on a sewing machine table. The patterned cake was adorned spools. The flowers were arranged with delicate pink and peach flowers with fresh picked cotton. This editorial is threaded with inspiration that will show brides-to-be how to incorporate 2016 trends into their wedding and how a theme can be interlaced with simple southern elegance!