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4th of July Wedding Inspiration

Happy Fourth of July to all of our American readers! We’re all familiar with the traditional Independence Day palette — bold red, white, and blue — but we love seeing the sophisticated and fresh twist as dreamed up by McKenna Anne Designs and so beautifully shot by Caroline Joy. Inspired by was inspired by the phrase “amber waves of grain” from the song America The Beautiful, this gorgeous shoot is sure to send you off to a fabulous 4th of July!

red mixed drinksgold glitter shoes

From the photographer, Caroline Joy: Our vision was to celebrate a Fourth of July wedding with understated style. Our setting was inspired by the phrase “…amber waves of grain…” from the song America The Beautiful. The cherries brought in a natural element of red, so we let that inspire the color palette.

newlyweds in white

red mixed drinksgold glitter shoes

coral wedding invitations

books about piemini cherry pie

peach paper goods

books about piesbaskets of cherries

coral paper goodscoral wedding invitations

pie place settings

coral paper goodscoral wedding invitations

4th of july newlyweds

red rustic tablescapesred wedding bouquets


View all images from this shoot in the gallery

Shoot Location: Austin, TX / Wedding Photographer: Caroline Joy Photography / Event Stylist: McKenna Anne Designs / Wedding Flowers: Lindy Floral / Wedding Dress: Alia / Bride’s Shoes: INC via Macy’s / Paper Fans: BHLDN / Calligraphy and Paper Goods: Chips & Salsa

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