Today’s sweet southern travel styled elopement is indeed adorably cute. I just love the bride’s vintage style dress, a tulle knee-length strapless number with a sweetheart neckline. It evokes a whimsical, fun feel and combined with the groom’s look; the pair gives off the perfect 1950s-ish vibe for this train station elopement.
From The Planner:
The inspiration for this shoot came from city vibes, marbled textures and the idea of a train station elopement. When drawing up the plan for this shoot, we wanted to create a charming, dreamy atmosphere that stood out amongst the harsh backdrop of the inner city. We chose vintage pieces that evoked the feelings of timeless love and romance. One of our favorite parts was the tulle overlay on the sweetheart table. It hung off the edges so effortlessly and created a lovely and soft texture in the photos, and in person. We were also very excited about the antique vanity and all the details it was styled with; the perfume bottles, mirrors, and makeup from Mad Hatter Vintage were all just so dainty and elegant.
Since the shoot was centered on the idea of an elopement, we wanted to dress the bride in something a little unconventional and spontaneous. So, when Tiffany’s Bridal offered a tea length dress, we jumped at the chance to shoot it! It looked perfect when paired up with some white heels, pearls, and a pink purse. Further inspired by the dress was the bride’s makeup. We went with an ”Adele” winged eyeliner and up-do. Everything about our bride screamed city beauty, and we just loved it.
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Photographer: Tara Liebeck | Stylist/Planner: Kelsey Ann Events | Stylist/Planner: Katie Ranger | Linens: Waterford Event Rentals | Flowers: Petals and Twigs RVA | Furniture: Mad Hatter Vintage | Hair & Makeup: Elle Style Studio RVA | Gown: Tiffanys Bridal | Graphic Designer: Amanda Rose | Calligraphy: Lacoya Heggie | Models: Robbie and Bailey Oberholzer | Cake: Whipped up by Mimi | Venue: Main Street Station | Ring: Trumpet and Horn