Srsly, people getting married these days… you guys have it so good. The amount of creative folks out there to help with the aesthetic of your wedding is just insane (Stephanie Collins, Tasteful Tatters, and the rest of this gang behind this shoot included). Stephanie kept seeing geometric shapes and tribal prints being done in a more bohemian way all over fashion and design. She wanted to use the same shapes for this shoot, but add some sophistication and glamour by also taking inspiration from Art Deco and the 1930s. Interesting, right? Once Stephanie found the amazing Mara Hoffman gown from Free People, it perfectly set the tone for the entire shoot.
What’s in this bouquet? Patience garden roses, bolas wood flower, cotton, succulents, anemone, scabious pod, fern, dangling amaranthus, succulents, hellebores, and lizianthus.
Dying over this Mara Hoffman beaded silk chiffon gown.
Check the blog later for a DIY tutorial on how to make that awesome geometric table runner!
Photography: Stephanie Collins / Vintage Rentals + Design: Tasteful Tatters / Caterer: Savour This Moment Catering / Floral Designer: Petal Floral / Invitation Designer: Underwood Letterpress / Dress: Free People / Graphic Designer: Amanda Habbershaw / Makeup Artist: Elegance By Alex / Bakery: The Bake Boutique