Nestled deep within the shady, moss-laden ancient avenue of oak trees, the historic Legare Waring House served as the backdrop to the most beautiful bridal boudoir shoot.
Inspired by the epic love stories and dark romance of the south, we spent the day exploring the property’s rambling gardens and storied halls. The bride, dressed first in the finest French boudoir luxuries from The Lace Atelier, quietly reflected on her marriage and the beautiful life that lay before her. Everything from the handmade paperie to the was perfectly curated and styled by The Petal Report.
She explored the manor house in a handmade Emily Kotarski dressing gown, featuring a decadent velvet collar, stopping to admire the beautiful florals adorning the historic fireplace. To me, boudoir photography is all about celebrating life’s little pleasures, and this day could not have been more relaxed and inspiring.
Finally, as the sun began to wane, she transitioned into her bespoke wedding gown, also designed by Emily Kotarski and inspired by the most beloved Southern Gothic romance novels. Just as the last light descended beyond the mossy oak trees, she headed out into the rose garden to meet her beloved.
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Legare Waring House Wedding Photography: Molly Carr Photography | Stylist/Planner: The Petal Report | Florist: Flower Shop CHS | Dress & Dressing Gown Designer: Emily Kotarski | Boudoir & Robe Designer: The Lace Atelier | Headpiece: Emma Katzka | Venue: Legare Waring House
Hair & Make-up Artist: Wild Ivory Beauty – Brittany Gerhard | Paper: The Silver Starfish | Rings: Loy Harn Jewelers | Getaway Car: Sea Island Event Co