We're nearing the end of fall and stepping into winter, so I thought what better time to bring you some white wedding inspiration! When I think of a winter wedding the first thing that comes to mind are clean, crisp whites and classic neutrals, and Brooke and Matt's elopement was just that with a touch of Southern charm.
This stunning intimate elopement took place in Haig Point in Daufuskie Island, a charming location tucked between Savannah and Hilton Head Island. Haig Point is known for its quaint southern architecture and grand oak trees draped with Spanish moss, making it a wonderful backdrop for a small rustic wedding.
I know weddings are typically known for their grand extras and extravagant decor, but you can never go wrong with neutrals and clean, elegant details, especially for elopements. This enchanting rustic venue paired so well with the soft light tones worn by the bride and groom, topped with green florals and golden accents found in the details. If you're looking for a fresh and airy feel to your upcoming wedding, below is all the inspiration you need!
This elopement was an absolute adventure! I began my day by taking a ferry from Buckingham Landing to the beautifully secluded Daufuskie Island, where I captured Brooke and Matt's beachfront elopement. Due to COVID-19, these two settled on no guests at their ceremony which made for a highly intimate occasion. As a result, we had a lot more time to explore the island and capture stunning photographs by the waterfront, nearby old-world cottages, and lush greenery.
Although we encountered some midday showers, the rain did not stop us from enjoying every second of this magical day. We laughed, we cried, and and we laughed some more! It's always opportunities like this that remind me why I love to do this in the first place. It was an honor to capture and witness Brooke and Matt's union. I loved the slow island life and tight knit community that makes up the island.