This bride is after our wedding loving hearts with her Southern wedding which she designed all herself. We love when brides handcraft their own style and design into their wedding day. If you love rustic and vintage details as much as we do, then you will fall in love with this beautifully styled wedding. We can not help to notice that the venue location is the perfect match for this gorgeous couple and their rustic wedding. All the lovely details are captured by Jarrett Hucks Photography, who is a new photographer featured on BHL. But for sure will not be the last time, as we are in love with the stunning images and want to share more! For now, start off your Monday with this super romantic wedding and see why we are so obsessed with this stylish bride’s DIY details.
From Jarrett Hucks Photography...
Sydney, a fashion merchandiser and quite the creative person, took it upon herself to design and decorate all things surrounding the atmosphere of her ceremony and reception. Most everything was handcrafted or up-cycled for a very unique wedding experience. One of my favorite things that she had done herself, was an old Globe that she had repainted depicting different things in New York City where they were taking their honeymoon. The train depot itself has a very rustic vibe with plenty of elegance still to be had. Many of the original elements are still in playing at the train depot including the loading doors and ticket station. With hardwood floors and brick walls, it makes for a very dark interior without lighting, but the rafters being covered in twinkle lights helps create a very dreamy atmosphere without the heavily inflated prices of many venues with this type of character.
Photographer: Jarrett Hucks Photography
Venue: Myrtle Beach Train Depot, South Carolina