Separk Mansion North Carolina Wedding Shoot. Charlotte, North Carolina, is known as the Queen City and this shoot certainly resembles royalty. Located at the Separk Mansion, this design is resonant with texture, shimmer, and tender touches of pink. Soft rose and gold make up the color palette for the shoot. Starting with the invitation suite, modern calligraphy and delicate colors serve as the herald for a spectacular event.
The bride donned several classic looks throughout the shoot. The first, a stunning beaded gown with a modified neckline. The second features a dramatic back with floral straps. She accessorizes with regal blue embellished heels, a watch, and diamond jewelry.
To pair with the beaded gown, the bride holds tight to a bouquet featuring various types of roses in pink and yellow, pink carnations, and assorted white flowers and greenery.
The steps of the Separk Mansion are ideal for showing off a stunning train. The bride places her hand on the banister as the back of her dress trails behind, revealing a fluttery, multi-tiered hem.
The groom is styled with a blush tie, black suit, and black shoes. He joins the bride as they stand in a doorway with a lovely chandelier behind them. They make an exquisite pair.
Pink roses, white spider mums, large buds, and waxy leaves make an elegant floral swag ingeniously suspended over the reception table.
The stunning display starts with a textured pink table linen, followed by gorgeous gold charger plates, gold flatware, crystal stemware, and tall crystal candelabras. Pink hydrangea and additional white spider mums abundantly adorn the center of the table.
The details quite literally shine in this space. Small crystal details hanging from the flower suspension and mirrored flower boxes add additional sparkle. The gold chivari chairs are topped with blush chair covers that have a beaded detail and curling fabric panels.
The marvelous cake is majestic in pink and gold. Pink tiers are dotted with pink pearls and each base features a gold fondant band and embellishment. The cake is stopped with a sweet array of pink sugar flowers.
At the top of the stairs the bride shows a classic look with a ball gown featuring a boat-neck and full skirt with floral detail. Her traditional hairstyle and pendant are perfect touches as she contemplates and gazes out the window.
She also offers a different look with the addition of a brighter, bolder bouquet. Purple orchids and peonies make a show-stopping and sizeable arrangement.
The bride and groom step outside to show off the mansion's exterior. The bride covers her shoulders with a white fur wrap.
The groom joins her outside on the brick walkway as they stroll hand-in-hand and explore the property.
The Separk Mansion is an extraordinary venue that offers the perfect canvas for a bride meant to shine on her big day.
This styled shoot balanced traditional decor and details with modern elegance, making a perfectly pink experience in a mansion fit for a queen.
Photography:Taken by Sarah PhotographyVenue:Separk MansionHair and Makeup:Lindsey Regan Thorne BE PRETTYPlates and Flatware: Classic Party RentalsStationary Design: Elisabeth RoseCalligraphy: Delighted CalligraphyFlowers and Design:Flowers by LingkyChair Covers: Nuage Designs Table and Chairs:Party ReflectionsCake:Wow Factor CakesDress:Penloree L'AtelierDesigners:Ines di Santo and Peter LangnerFilm Lab: Pro Photo Irvine
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