I have been fascinated with the Steampunk subculture since the first moment I was exposed to it. The mix of victorian/art nouveau flair with harsher mechanical machinery can be beautiful. Just think of how well it was used in the two Sherlock Holmes movies or the appearance it made in the Castle series. Lesley (with LB Floral) and I were putting together some ideas for styled shoots, and, when we came upon Williamswood Castle, I just knew we had a perfect place to showcase our steampunk inspiration. Lesley and Charity (with Honeybee Events) did a jaw-dropping amazing job putting all of the details together, and my camera was a little overwhelmed with all of the awesome!
I imagine that this couple met in college–she was studying victorian literature, and he was a chemistry major. They met at a steampunk themed party, and the rest was history!
Did I mention that we were at a castle?— A CASTLE!
Williamswood Castle has tons of details, and a library with a hand-painted fresco on the ceiling!
LB Floral always goes a little over the top with their floral arrangements, and they are always fabulous and full of texture.
The reception site is full of fun details.
The cute brown bottle name card alternative was provided by Custom Love Gifts.
It’s so much fun what you can come up with if you want to be a little creative.
Amanda with Southern Sirens not only did an amazing job on hair and makeup–
she also put together this amazing jewelry for us!
I LOVE the ring shot Heather was able to get with the Macro Lens.
Venue: Williamswood Castle
Florist and Designer: LB Floral
Wedding Planner and Stylist: Honeybee Events
Ceremony Site Rentals and Candelabra: Anderson Rentals
Linens: White Table
Chairs and China: Campbell Tent and Party Rentals
Seating Card Bottles: Custom Love Gifts
Dress: Wedding Wonderland
Tux: Savvi Formalwear of Knoxville
Hair, Makeup, and Reception Headpiece and Bracelet: Southern Sirens
Veil: White Orchid Bridal
Cupcakes: Lil’ Miss Flossy
Model Coordination: Gage Talent Agency
Models: Lori and Luke
Photography and Paper Goods: Knoxville Wedding Photographer — Star Noir Studio
Associate Photographer: Heather Ulichney
Inspiration and Coordination: LB Floral, Honeybee Events, and Star Noir Studio