Metal Flower Art

I was invited back in June by the lovely ladies over at Southern Weddings to create a southern inspired table-scape for their newest issue which is now out on newsstands.  I teamed up with my favorite gal, Joy Thigpen, who designed a table around old engine parts resembling flowers she found at a local dump.

With gorgeous calligraphy from Betsy Dunlap, thrifted glasses filled with sweet tea, and napkins wrapped with washers/nuts from Lowe’s…you have the perfect mix of southern sweetness and modern elegance.

Betsy Dunlap Calligraphy

Sweet Tea Wedding

Black Wedding Place Cards

Modern Silver Wedding Ideas

Check out the newest Southern Weddings now out on newsstands to see more of the story!

Photography by Jen Curtis

Calligraphy by Betsy Dunlap

Flowers/Styling by Joy Thigpen


Comments (9)

didi | Reply

betsy dunlap’s calligraphy is sooooo elegant, especially with this color combo white on blk. lovely. | Reply

you guys did an amazing job! i am loving the idea of using old engine parts for “wedding” inspired decor!

London Wedding Photographer RAMYAD | Reply

The fan detail is a great juxtaposition and quite an inspired choice. Nice one!

Rachel - theWeddingVine | Reply

Great designs for napkins rings!! Its something that the men will appreciate aswell! | Reply

oh my! looooove the calligraphy!

chelsea {oh, my deer!} | Reply

i really, REALLY love this, ladies.

Alexis - OMG I'm Getting Married | Reply

LOVE this palette. Modern & Fab.

nate henderson | Reply

wowsers, I love this clean aesthetic with the old radiator fan; and the calligraphy is pretty amazing!

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