Savannah is one of those cities that we’re always giddy to feature weddings from. This one by Rach Loves Troy is full of modern + romantic details. Amber and Paul’s beautiful Savannah fête styled to a T by Ivory + Beau is complete with historical venue and a Sarah Seven gown to boot!
From the wedding coordinators, Ivory + Beau: Amber + Paul got married last October, and are one of our favorite couples we got to work with! Amber came into the shop looking for a wedding dress, and after trying on lot’s of different styles, she chose Marion by Sarah Seven. This strapless lace gown features Sarah Seven’s signature corset bodice with lace ruching, and a delicate train. We LOVE her style, and she wore the coolest necklace ever that had touches of navy, her main color. We added a velvet navy sash which really showed off her tiny waist, and her hair and makeup worked perfectly.
Once Amber began planning she realized she needed some help! So she hired us for month of coordination as well flowers, and we had SO much fun making her vision come to life! (Their wedding is even featured on our page!) She wanted her wedding to feel like a forest of flowers and greenery, so we foraged local blooms, as well as added some soft garden roses and mums. For her table centerpieces, we used mismatched bottles we collected, and added in some milk vases for a soft cream color. Her bouquet was out of this world amazing; wait until you see it! They wanted the wedding to feel like Savannah, very soft and romantic, but a little boho and free. Paul works in graphic design, so he created their save the dates and stationery, which are some of our favorites we have seen!
The ceremony took place in the patio of the Charles H Morris Center, which features red brick and wooden doors. For the backdrop, we used our birch arch and draped it in eucalyptus and flowers. We love creating natural ceremony backdrops, and this is one of our favorites that we have done! Their ceremony was so sweet, and filled with so much love. The reception was inside the Charles H Morris Center, which is such a gorgeous venue. It features high ceilings, brick walls, and hardwood floors. It’s a blank space, and can be transformed into so many themes!