12 Gorgeous Modern Wedding Details

Japanese Umbrella

Easily one of the happiest days of my life was my wedding day. Sam and I were lucky enough to work with the best wedding planner ever, Jeannie Savage from Details Details. Not only did Jeannie understand our design taste, she introduced us to Sunny Ravanbach of White Lilac Inc, who was able to take our initial thoughts and ideas and run with them. In the end, Jeannie and Sunny helped us create the most beautiful wedding we could have ever asked for. You can see some pictures, here. Though it’s been awhile since that day, every so often, I’ll look through Jeannie’s blog to see the weddings she’s helping dream up. Like her company’s name states, Jeannie is all about the details. From the artistic flower aisle to the antique broaches on floral arrangements, Jeannie always surprises me with her creativity. Here, then, are 12 of my favorite details from her weddings.

Vintage Modern Headpiece

Hanging Seashell Chandeliers and Feather Vases

Floating Petals

Artistic Flower Aisle

Comfortable Cocktail Seating

Decorative Plates

Ribbon and Flower Candle Vases

Antique Broaches on Flowers

Fun Photo Booth

Classic car

Striped Socks! (A personal photo – That’s my husband in pink.) Details Details

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