Seashore NC Inspiration Featured
Seashore NC inspiration featured. Close your eyes. Envision the waves hitting the shore. Breathe in the aroma of the ocean. This is the perfect setting for an intimate wedding. This is part of what makes nuptials at the beach so magical. While the setting itself is amazing, you still have to do more evoke this feeling. You have to select the right colors and the right elements. We have a styled shoot from Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina which displays the beauty of the ocean.
Our bride is absolutely stunning. Her dress is sleeveless with jeweled designed straps in the back. These straps are also seen in the front of the dress as well. She wore her hair in a loose bun. She completed her look with hanging earrings.
Her groom’s attire also fit the setting as well. He wore a gray suit. A suit of this color as well as brown or tan are great choices for weddings at the beach. You don’t want to overpower this gorgeous setting with lots of color.
But of course the bride and groom are only a part of the day’s theme. You have other elements which add to the focus of the day. These can be simple touches that act as accents. They used a white table and chairs. The table’s centerpiece was in a white basket with white flowers. There were also gold coins with various messages.
In addition, you could use objects to assist to give your photos more variety. This couple shared an intimate time in a row boat. They also got a little help from nature when a pack of seagulls flew by.
The beach is a great place for a wedding. It does not have to be elaborate since the natural beauty provides such a wonderful backdrop. It could be absolutely spectacular.
Photographer: Faith Teasley Photography Styling / Creative Vision: Coastal Knot & Faith Teasley Location: Ocean Isle Beach, NC Bridal Boutique: Coastal Knot Bride’s Dress: Hayley Paige Dress in Chest: Allure Bridals Hair: Coral Tree Salon and Day Spa Make Up: Danette Yuricek Floral Design: Beautiful Flowers by June Paper Goods: Greatest Story Creative Film Processing: Indie Film Lab