A new blog and wedding resource is now online! The Durham Bride, hosted by Tiffany Englert, owner and event planner behind The Details Events, will be offering advice and vendor spotlights for “brides, grooms, and fans of the Bull City.”
Tiffany contacted Southern Vintage Table this summer and asked if we’d like to help with a photo shoot to kick off her new service. Of course, we were delighted by her invitation and she came to our studio to select the tableware. She decided on our vintage blue and amber goblets, layered vintage china plates, silver-plated flatware, two large compotes for the centerpieces, and silver candleholders. As you can see, her tablescape design was gorgeous!
She assembled a fantastic team of vendors, and with all the details in place, the shoot took place at the Kings Daughters Inn. Originally a residence for elderly single women, today this bed & breakfast inn adjacent to Duke’s campus is an elegant space for individual guests or large groups, including wedding celebrations.
The shoot was designed for the traditional bride and inspired by the stone from which the grand buildings on Duke campus were built. As Tiffany explains, “Quarried from nearby Hillsborough, NC, the stone displays a rich palette of blues, grays, tans and rust colors that give the buildings a richness and warmth that otherwise would have been difficult to achieve. Just in time for Fall palettes, the rich slate tones and warm copper tones are perfect for a southern Fall wedding!”
Much appreciation to The Details Events for planning this beautiful shoot and to Radian Photography for your gorgeous photographs! See more photos from the shoot on Tiffany’s blog post, Who is the Durham Bride- Styled Shoot – King’s Daughters Inn.
Planning and Design: @thedurhambride
Rentals: @americanpartyrentals & @southernvintagetable2
Calligraphy & stationery: @happytines
Groom’s attire: @bernardstux
Bride’s attire: @maggibridalraleigh