A Seaside Tablescape (And 9 Other Details!) That Scream Outer Banks

Rock and wood details add a rustic boho feel to this styled shoot, true to the soul of North Carolina.
by Carmen Huff
Organic beach-themed reception table with white hydrangea centerpieces and blue wine glasses
Amanda Hedgepeth Photography

From the rock dinnerware decor to the seashell-adorned fishnet veil, this wedding inspiration shoot adds rustic, bohemian flair to the picturesque Outer Banks backdrop. Wedding planner Hannah Hildebrandt Events used a neutral blue and ivory color palette for a look that's both calm and chic. “For true Coastal souls, the earthy wood and organic feel of different ocean blue tones can speak volumes," Amanda from Amanda Hedgepeth Photography says—who gorgeously captured all the details of the day below!

Seashell and Stripe Nautical Blue and White Wedding Invitation Suite

Beachy navy and white wedding invitations with stripes and seashells

{Paper}Dolls Design perfectly complemented the blue and ivory color palette with the shabby chic invitations. We love the bold nautical stripes, beachy seashell flair and rustic tribute with the brown paper envelopes and twine tie.

Stunning Low Back Nicole Miller Wedding Dress

Nicole Miller low back sheath wedding dress from Maya Couture

Don't even get us started on the simple, low back Nicole Miller sheath wedding dress from Maya Couture! We love the dramatic low back and the subtle champagne beading that fits perfectly with the golden sand beach location.

Seashell-Adorned Fishnet Veil

Alternative seashell and fishnet birdcage bridal veil

For a truly organic beach-themed vibe, we adore this fishnet veil! The added baby seashells truly bring the look to life with alternative glam we can't help but love.

Bold Gold and Amethyst Cuff Bracelet

All Washed Up Jewelry rustic, organic amethyst and gold cuff statement bracelet

All Washed Up Jewelry gave the stunning couture gown a down-to-Earth aura with the bold purple amethyst and gold cuff bracelet that truly represented the soul of the Outer Banks.

Chic All-White Rose, Hydrangea and Queen Anne's Lace Bridal Bouquet

Dahlia, hydrangea, rose, queen anne's lace, seeded eucalyptus beachy white bouquet

Char's Floral Designs created all the floral arrangements with the wood and rock accents in mind. This stunning neutral bouquet includes roses, hydrangeas, dahlias, queen anne's lace and seeded eucalyptus.

Star Fish Centerpieces and Nautical Rope

Rustic, beachy starfish, rope and rock reception table centerpieces

Wanting to bring the totally nautical beachy theme to life, Hannah Hildebrandt Events added rope and white star fish to the centerpieces. We also loved the striped wood chargers for a little rustic flair!

Ivory and Champagne Seashell-Adorned Linen Napkins

Taupe and white seashell-decorated linen napkins

The ivory and champagne seashell-adorned linen napkins added a beachy feel to the Outer Banks venue.

Rustic River Rock On Blue and White Place Setting

Vintage blue and white dinnerware with rustic rock decor

Wanting to add a truly organic feel to the tablescape, Hannah Hildebrandt Events added oversized river rocks to the blue and white china from Pier 1 Imports.

Ornate Tiny White Seashell-Adorned Wedding Cake

Ornate white seashell-decorated wedding cake

One of our favorite parts was the ornate seashell-decorated wedding cake from Sweet Temptations Dessert Cafe that complemented the seaside venue perfectly!

Venue: Jockey's Ridge Park Soundside Park | Photographer: Amanda Hedgepeth Photography | Planner: Hannah Hildebrandt Events | Floral Design: Char's Floral Designs | Wedding dress designer: Nicole Miller | Wedding dress store: Maya Couture | Hair stylist: Samantha Grover | Makeup artist: Teresa Davis | Jewelry: All Washed Up Jewelry | Stationery: Paperdolls Design | Equipment Rentals: Pier 1 Imports | Cake Designer: Sweet Temptations Dessert Cafe

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