Finding a bridesmaid dress was probably one of the most difficult tasks to do. A few of my bridesmaids lived out of state and having a chance to get everyone together wasn't going to happen. At first I saw a great idea on Pinterest to do mismatching long-sleeved lace dresses, but the girls said they were having a hard time finding a dress. I searched for weeks and finally found BHLDN's Pippa dress. The dress looked amazing on each girl. The flowy bottom was my favorite part of the dress, but also the shoulder straps were floral. The color ended up matching perfectly with the tulips in my bouquet.
Instead of carrying a bouquet the bridesmaids wore a flower crown which was made by Crystal Aiola
Hair and Makeup were by Katie Malone and Anne Kirsch.
Such a beautiful plantation home in the heart of
My bridal suite was breathtaking
Bhldn Phoebe Lace Wedges
I went with these beautiful laced wedges because 1. they are beautifully vintage 2. Having an outside wedding the last thing you want is your heel to slip in the ground and 3. They were on sale! I believe they were $80, which is a steal.
The perfume featured in this photo was from Anthropologie: Happ & Stahns Eau de Parfum
Hair and Makeup
Makeup was by Katie Malone. Katie was amazing! I wanted my makeup very subtle except for the lips. She picked a beautiful color that complimented my look and my bouquet.
Anne Kirsch did my hair. She nailed my look. I wanted loose waxy curls with a split down the middle. Even though I am a southern girl, I am not a huge fan of teased hair.
They have a stylish makeup studio right in New Orleans.