Inspired by the wild romance of a Carolina sunset, this Blue Ridge Parkway elopement inspiration is giving us total wanderlust! It doesn’t get much better than this shoot’s Sarah Seven bridal gown, hand-dyed boho macramé ceremony backdrop, and edgy groom style. Muted, lush florals from Philo Floral and vintage rentals from A Darling Day contribute a sophisticated and whimsical style to this absolutely gorgeous inspiration shoot. Photographer Julia Madden Sears captured this shoot with the majestic rolling hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains as a backdrop!
From the photographer: I wanted this to feel as if a mermaid ran away to get married in the mountains, shouting celebration to all the good parts of late summer. It’s intended to marry the wild and unabashed nature of landscape and full throttle-love with the softer, quiet moments that carry you through such an intimate day, as well as highlight some of the lesser known charms of the south and small southern vendors.
The Talented Team:
Photography – Julia Madden Sears
Venue – Craggy Mountain Pinnacle
Floral Design – Philo Floral
Cake – Tessa Pinner
Makeup & Hair Artist – Cotton Rouge
Wedding Dress – Sarah Seven via The Sentimentalist
Groom’s Apparel – Zara, Billiam Jeans, Oliver Sweeney
Tableware – Anthropologie
Backdrop & Paper Goods – Barton Craft and Design
Rentals – A Darling Day
A very special thanks to Julia Madden Sears for sharing this Blue Ridge Parkway inspiration shoot with us. If you’re ready to head to the Blue Ridge Parkway for your own nuptials, be sure to stay up to date on the current National Park Service guidelines regarding elopements and weddings. Want more mountain elopement inspiration? Then you’ve got to see this winter mountain elopement in Banff National Park!