Romantic spring bridal inspiration
Guys. Guys. Can we just take a second to breathe in the romance that is this Soil & Stem’s floral design? Nicole’s concept for this shoot was to play off the rich textures of their natural surroundings, keeping everything simple yet intentional. Combined with a Sarah Seven gown and only a few earthy details, this bridal inspiration really needs nothing else. Thanks to Ashley Kelemen Photography for sending these shots our way!
Nicole of Soil & Stem says, Our focus was to highlight the beauty of textures in products of nature: moss, pebbles, quail eggs, honey, and silk. There is an abundance of amazing elements we are surrounded by every day that can be incorporated into a design. Using flowers chosen in earthy pinks and blushes complemented the natural palette while earth-toned ribbon such as this ‘walnut’ from Silk & Willow, grounds the bouquet in a soft and unexpected way. Additionally, the use of many small textural bits in boutonnières rather than larger blooms brings interest and masculinity to the design.
Don’t you love the idea of having the ribbon float down with the dress and wavy bridal hairstyle by Brenny Beauty? Such a fine little detail.
Thanks to Ashley Kelemen + the talented gals below for giving us something to dream about today.
Photography: Ashley Kelemen Photography / Concept & Floral Design: Soil & Stem / Hair & Makeup: Brenny Beauty / Film Lab: Indie Film Lab / Ribbon: Silk & Willow / Dress: Sarah Seven from The Dress Theory / Model: Elana Ali Jadallah