Everyone wants their wedding to be remembered, but not everyone has an exact vision of what it should look like. This styled Greek Goddess of Flowers shoot is predicated on the idea that every wedding is not simply special, but magical.

Gracefully captured by More Beatty, the bride herself is meant to be central, with the settings merely enhancing her beauty. Set in winter, the bride, fashioned as a Greek Goddess, rides on a bridled horse adorned in vines. As she rides, winter fades and the land blossoms in an array of spring hues. The garlands on the table connect the bride to her natural setting, with a look that is meant to evoke a fairy tale.

That extends to the bride’s look herself, with loosely curled hair, deep blush pink eyeshadow, and an oversized bouquet of blues, peaches and pinks. Her wedding dress is truly something out of a fairytale: an ivory ball gown that slowly goes to blush near the skirt, with embroidery that evokes freshly fallen flower petals on the hem.

Light blue and pink glasses with scalloped chinaware add on off beat elegance and diaphanous table runners gracefully trail on the floor. A parisian style lounge chair is princess like in every sense, but paired with tall vases of bright flowers, it solidifies the bride’s vision as a Goddess. For final touch, the two tiered cake is covered in soft buttercream and surrounded by a ring of blush, white, and violet roses.

Floral Designer: Elegant and Classy Events LLC//Invitation Designer:Pretty Words by Erin//Dress Designer: Meagan Kelly Designs//Equipment Rentals: Charlotte Event Rental Company//Hair Stylist: Megan Oliveri Artistry//Ring Designer: Custom Jewelry Lab//Event Venue: The Providence Cotton Mill//Bakery:The Icing and The Cake//Equipment Rentals: Evermore – Classic and Vintage Rentals//Photographer: more beatty photography//