About a month ago I took on my first styled shoot and I am so honored to have it featured on the Cottage Hill Online Journal! I love this magazine and what they stand for. Please head over to their site and check out the full post! I wanted to do a different take on a winter wedding. I have an unusual love for botanical illustrations and I was inspired by that. I love that they are extremely detailed when you look closely, but overall they remain very simple and clean. I wanted this idea to be conveyed in the styled shoot. I chose oranges because I love wassail in the winter and oranges get overlooked in this season, and I just wanted a fresh look for a winter wedding that didn't involve red and green and mistletoe. I came with this bare-bones idea to Kristin at Yellow Rose Co. and she made it come to life. This truly would not have come together without her! We worked with so many incredible vendors, I cannot stop raving about them! I hope you are inspired by this shoot and if you're looking for some grade-A vendors for your wedding, I highly recommend everyone listed below.
The bridal loft at The Cordelle was divine. *swooning*
All of the details that went into this were just stunning. I may have to use that paper suite from J. Amber Creative as inspiration for my own wedding in December! All of the beautiful table settings and chairs are from the awesome ladies at Liberty Party Rentals and that cake is from The Frosted Affair in Green Hills. I also want to give a big thank you to models Madison Bosworth and Zamora Vacek and hair and makeup artist, Hayley Bidez for all being a dream to work with. I seriously could not have done this if it weren't for everyones hard work. Thanks all!