Editorial Shoot: Gilded Age Intimate Wedding

Bridal, weddings

Mar 13, 2024

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I teamed up with wedding and event planning firm, Port Town Collective (PTC), The Printmaker’s Inn, and an A-list roster of vendors to create an opulent wedding that hearkens back to the Gilded Age.  

Brian and Katherine married a year ago, and on their first anniversary, they hosted a fun event with friends.

Using the couple’s first date as inspiration, PTC designed the event as a nod to the super nostalgic period dramas of the 1990’s. Howard’s End, Remains of the day, Age of Innocence, and Out of Africa are among their favorites. Authenticity was a big thought across the scope as well. Authenticity for the period in which the venue was built.  Authenticity for native flora of our area and an authentic great time were also extremely important to all parties. 

“We wanted this to look and feel right for the couple. We think through all aspects and micro minutiae of how to make your day both unusually elegant and effortless. ”- said Josh White, CEO and Chief Curator of Port Town Collective. 

The visionaries and planners at PTC, always bring their unique and comprehensive visions to life in unexpected, delightful ways. They truly outdid themselves. Thank goodness for the photos because I have no words!

Venue: The Printmaker’s Inn 

Production and Lead Photo: Esther Griffin Photography

Videography: The Hulls

Photography Assistant: Margaret Elizabeth Photography

Cake: Sugar Whisk Co. 

Floral Arts: Port Town Collective

Hair and Makeup: Nabia Beauty

Men’s Attire: J. Parker Ltd

Rings: 13 Secrets

Bar: Johnnie Ganems

Music: Logan Thomas

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