Back in the fall Joy Thigpen traveled up to shoot at Early Mountain Vineyard with Eric and Lora Kelley in anticipation of the beautiful, spring weather to come. With delicate flowers and vintage lace as their inspiration, they created a lovely setting perfect for any spring time wedding. Although baby’s breath gets a bad rep in the wedding world, I think it can be an absolutely lovely choice when sourcing flowers to sprinkle down the aisle. It’s delicate enough to keep things light, but without getting lost up against the grass.

Photography: Eric Kelley // Venue: Early Mountain Vineyard // Skirt: Lanvin // Top: custom made by Joy Thigpen // Flowers: Joy Thigpen // Rentals: Festive Fare // Hair and make-up: Lora Kelley // Paper Suite: Black Bird Press + Holly Hollon // Jewels: Tiffany + Co // Flowers: Fifty Flowers // Arch: Lowes

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Comments (10)

Rachel Moger | Reply

This is simply perfect. Joy is always SPOT ON. You custom made that lace top? Simply divine.

Shireen Louw Photography | Reply

Love Lace!! It will never go out of style!

Lora Kelley | Reply

Loved working with you for this! : )

naomi | Reply

I love timeless, classic wedding design. It allows for the beauty of the day to shine through instead of competing with an overly designed event. Besides I’m a huge fan of Joy Thigpen.

Msdressy Prom Dresses | Reply

Love lace dress,it looks so stunning!Thanks for your sharing!

Budget Wedding Invitations | Reply

Nothing says romance the way lace does!

Ariana - Hey Wedding Lady | Reply

Such a romantic shoot! The lace is such a perfect touch!

Nicola Harger | Reply

These are perfect – so many delicate details, I’m in love

EBHA | Reply

Love the idea of wrapping lace around the bottom of the bouquet.

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