If you haven’t picked up the most recent issue of Pinehurst Living magazine head downtown right now and pick up a copy so that you can see all of the details from this gorgeous 305 Trackside wedding styled shoot in print!
For the January issue I worked with the editor to create three very different wedding inspiration photo shoots.
The first was inspired by Art Nouveau and in particular the artist Alphonse Mucha.
The key elements for this 305 Trackside wedding shoot were an elegant Gatsby like vibe with the groom’s tuxedo paired with soft, feminine accents and a little twist of the unexpected brought in with the hanging floral centerpiece.
Can we talk about that dress for a second?
Wedding dresses with sleeves were out of fashion for a while, but I feel like they are coming back in vogue ever since the royal wedding a few years back. This dress from Lucy’s Bridal is so romantic and detailed.
While we are on the subject of oh-my-gosh details, the ring that was provided by Jewelsmithe? To die for. and Carol at Botanicals did such an amazing job with the florals making the event both sophisticated and fluid to match our theme.
To see the full list of vendors who contributed to this beautiful styled shoot be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of the post.
Stay tuned because we will be featuring the remaining two styled shoots in the coming weeks!
Photography: Mollie Tobias Photography
Venue: 305 Trackside
Event Design: Indigo Earth Events
Stationary: the Desktop Diva
Dress: Lucy’s Bridal and Formal
Tuxedo: Harley’s Tuxedo and Gifts
Makeup: Brittany Page of Forever Young Med Spa
Hair: Laura Rakvin-Almony of Forever Young Med Spa
Jewelry: the Jewelsmithe
Bride: Jessica Campbell
Groom: Tomas Stevens