I recently helped plan and execute a styled shoot that was just featured on Wedding Sparrow this past week! Myself and the other vendors involved worked so so hard to make this whole thing come together, and it is some of my best work to date. Click on the Wedding Sparrow link above to check out the full feature!
This shoot is inspiration for the bride who has a profound fascination with raw and untouched flora. We chose to work in a greenhouse that was built in the early 1900’s and still remains in its original state. Our bride wandered through this peaceful sanctuary, full of small ponds and an abundance of fresh vegetation, wearing a beaded gown from BHLDN and a Victorian ring, restored to it’s original beauty, by Trumpet & Horn. The stationery was dip-dyed in coffee and tea, imbuing unique colors and textures. The overgrown bouquet completed the centerpiece design, which was gracefully paired with handmade organic linens and mismatched vintage silverware from years passed. Surrounded by lush greenery, our blushing bride found the perfect tranquil setting for a quiet moment of reflection.
Florist: Moonstone and Moss
Stationary and Planning: August and Osceola
Hair and Makeup: The Dollface Duo
Model: Kristen McDunough of Maggie Inc.
Dress and Accessories: BHLDN
Doughnuts: Blackbird Doughnuts
Prop Rental: Crompton Collective
Linens and Napkins: The Everyday Napkin
Ring: Trumpet and Horn
Venue: Tower Hill Botanic Garden