I have been a fan of Plum Pretty Sugar for years. I don’t even want to admit how many of their pajama sets I currently own. So when I was given the opportunity to style a shoot in Charleston with Ami of Elizabeth Anne Designs for Aisle Society, it was a dream come true!Plum Pretty Sugar offers the most romantic, delicate pieces, which make wonderful bridesmaid’s gifts, are perfect for getting ready images and the ideal clothing to take on your honeymoon. Their whisper soft fabrics come in the prettiest patterns and colors to compliment everyone. With their feminine silhouettes and pretty floral patterns, Plum Pretty Sugar’s pieces are the perfect match for Charleston weddings.With it’s pretty pastel walls and draping Spanish Moss, The Legare Waring House was the ideal setting for this styled shoot. The bridesmaids began the day relaxing in their Plum Pretty Sugar rompers and robes. Nothing makes a bridesmaid relax more than feeling pretty and that’s exactly how these delicate pieces make you feel! After a morning of relaxed fun the girls changed into their PPS Couture bridesmaids gowns. Made of delicate silk and chiffon, PPS Couture comes in four stunning silhouettes and four pretty, feminine prints. Kelly Sauer captured the girls enjoying these easy, flowing gowns at Cannon Green in downtown Charleston. With their lightweight silk fabric, PPS Couture gowns are the perfect choice for hot summer weddings on the coast. These are bridesmaids gowns that your girls really will want to wear again as they can easily be worn for any special occasion!
Event Design: Ami, Elizabeth Anne Designs and Gillian, Coastal Bride for Aisle Society // Attire: Plum Pretty Sugar // Photography: Kelly Sauer // Floral: SYG Designs // Venues: Legare Waring House, Cannon Green, and Zero George // Hair: Wedding Hair by Charlotte // Makeup: Pamela Lesch Makeup // Gowns: Modern Trousseau // Jewelry: Susie Saltzman // Headpieces: Brides and Hairpins // Clutch and Shoes: Kate Spade // Suit: Berlin’s Clothing // Models: Taryn Berger, Venita Aspen, Elizabeth Cochran, Molly Rhyne, Natalie Taylor Humphrey, and Greg Keys