Peri Perfect as seen in Southern Weddings

"Inspired by the blues and pastel colors of “Peri” by Atlanta artist and friend Britt Bass, we began to dream of a mountain escape. Britt creates such effortless combinations of color and movement and so it was easy to imagine blues from the sky paired with soft textures in the dress and floral details. We were immediately drawn to Kellum Valley Farm, a stunning set of ruins in the middle of the North Georgia mountains, with breath­taking views and perfect weather. Rich in Georgia history, the Farm is the perfect venue for a Southern belle wanting to escape for a weekend surrounded by family and cherished friends. Anna captured the moments and intimate embraces between the bride and groom perfectly. With a love poem and antiqued paper escort cards, Jenn Gietzen added personal and romantic touches to the table and mantle. Southern Vintage Company elevated the warm and cozy environment with furniture settings for the guests and colorful table settings. We wanted to create a unique tablescape that would welcome guests into a wedding day and represent a soft and elegant color palette. Luscious chocolates from local delicacy shop Condor Chocolates were a thoughtful touch for an end of the evening treat." - Candice & Danielle

Planning, Styling & Design: Danielle Hulsey and Candice Lorraine of Chancey Charm, Photography: Anna K. Photography, Venue: Kellum Valley Farms, Florals: Bloomin' Bouquets, Rentals: Southern Vintage Co., Paper Goods: Jenn Gietzen, Bridal Gown: White Magnolia, Groom's Suit: The Modern Gent, Cake: Lush Cakery, Make Up and Hair: Jen Lewis of Cucumber & Mint, Painting inspiration: "Peri" by Britt Bass, Favors: Condor Chocolates

 

 

Heirloom of Ages as seen in Grey Likes

Every marriage begins with two stories, two families, two people who have fallen in love and have decided to come together as one. A couple’s past will forever be a part of their future as they bring along their families, stories, and history to begin a new journey of their own. Danielle Hulsey, planner and designer behind this styled shoot, wanted to incorporate a sense of family legacy into the design and overall aesthetic of the shoot by using heirloom jewelry, family photos, and keep sakes. She wanted to keep each piece of the day as a part of the story behind this couple’s new life together.

Planning, Design & Styling: Danielle Hulsey, Photography: Tulle & Grace, Venue: Old Edwards Inn / Inn at Half Mile Farm, Florals: Lindsay Coletta, Paper Goods: Castle Paper Co., Handmade Paper: That Grace Restored, Hair & Make Up: Jennifer Nieman, Furniture Rentals: Crush Event Rentals, Table Setting Rentals: Southern Vintage, Dress: The Sentimentalist, Ring: Trumpet & Horn, Ribbon: Silk and Willow, Wooden Box: Make & Stow, Ring Box: The Mrs Box, Necklace: Family heirloom

 

 

*All photography on this page is not by Danielle Hulsey, but credited above per editorial.