From Meghan, the photographer: “We were going for, a Frida Kahlo-inspired spring shoot to reflect the colorful Spanish culture. We included a wide variety of bright colors including fuschia, teal, and orange. The backdrops and floral arrangements were equally as vibrant and brought a lot of life into this shoot. The cake table was one of my favorite details because there was a mix of beautiful
From Kristen, a wedding day vendor: “On a beautifully crisp and perfect fall day, Jess and Doug said “I do” at Hamilton Farm Golf Club. The ceremony was outside on the stone patio overlooking the golf course in the back of the mansion. It was so beautiful, and the arbor was adorned with gorgeous flowers from Blue Jasmine. The floral design featured pops of pink,
With family and friends traveling from as far away as England, the bride and groom knew they wanted to show their guests the best that Texas has to offer. Ali and Cory said “I do” in the serene chapel at Canyonwood Ridge with the picturesque Texas Hill Country as the backdrop. For this fresh, travel-inspired September wedding, Bloom & Bud kept the feel of the day
Crashing waves and an orange sunset made a perfect backdrop for this dramatic winter beach elopement on Cannon Beach in Oregon. Olga’s stunning Mignonette Atelier dress looked as though it was part of the ocean breeze. Her effortless and elegant fishtail braid contrasted with the carefully arranged, vibrant bouquet of orange tulips and soft pink peonies only add to the drama of the couple’s shoot. For a fun twist, two ponies out on walk decided to stroll down the beach alongside the happy couple.
The slate blues, lush greens, and soft whites of this styled shoot by Monica Brown Photography and Kelsie Lynn Photography has us wishing for spring. They partnered with many creatives from around Dayton, Ohio to incorporate many romantic, handmade, and creative details. From the heirloom engagement ring to the stunning handmade agate slice earrings, to the incredible floral arrangements, no detail was left unnoticed.