Where It All Begins

70's wedding inspiration

We love sharing that your wedding inspiration can really come from anywhere – even a favorite song or album you share as a couple! And that is exactly what inspired today’s lovely inspirational shoot. Yep, today’s inspiration comes from the Allman Brother’s band and their album “Where It All Begins.” The venue and all the artists from today’s shoot are all based in Georgia (which makes sense why they choose the Allman Brother’s since the band is also from Georgia!)

The catering, provided by A Perfect Pear, features peanuts and Coca-Cola, the “SkyDog” (an Allman Brothers staple, featuring chili and jalapeño coleslaw), vegetable crudité “shots”, and tarragon-scented deviled eggs with shrimp. All of the clothes are 70s-inspired thrift store finds – perfect for a couple on a budget! I’m pretty obsessed with the yellow 70s Bronco, the petal-covered “Where It All Begins” banner for the ceremony, and ending the night dancing with your love under tiny white lights – so utterly romantic! Thanks so much to all the creative artists involved and hope this helps inspire you lovelies to think more about the music you both love as a couple in your wedding day!

bright floral wedding invitation

70's wedding inspiration

70's wedding inspiration

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red vintage inspired bouquet

70s bride and groom

bride and groom in truck

bride and groom in truck

bride and groom in truck

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where it all begins allman brothers

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70s inspired love cake

peace sign

first dance under string lights

first dance under string lights

first dance under string lights


Thanks so much to all these creative Georgia based wedding artists!

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photography: Haley Sheffield // venue + florals: Plantation Farms, Byron, Georgia // catering: A Perfect Pear // make-up: Jennifer Horton // paper goods: Julia’s Poppies // canoe: local collector – 1937 Thompson available through Plantation Farms // 70s bronco: local owner // cake: Lisa Mae Cakes

 

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