With the term ‘glamping’ in the title, we already knew the photos Callie Hobbs Photography sent our way were promising. We love the idea of glamping as an activity on its own, so naturally it’s about 100x more amaze when done as a wedding theme. The fact that there’s elegant antique décor + a glamorous bridal ensemble only sweetens the deal. Some of the best glamping inspo around, in our opinions!
Smitten with this gorgy fishtail braid by Brittani Estes.
Yonder: Floral & Décor House has the coolest collection of decor for a shoot like this…
The inspiration behind the shoot began with the discovery of 6 yellow taper candles in varying shades that jumped out at a local antique store. I wanted to create a look that was neutral and fresh with elements of jewel tones and citrus accents. The mix of the light woods and soft greys paired beautifully with subtle pops of yellow with lavender accents. The glamping trailer was a neutral backdrop for our couple’s reception offering beautiful lines and wood details, so we wanted to soften the look with lush blooms and pastel colors.
This spread sure looks divine. We hear that Crystal, the bride, is a Paleo chef + nutrition coach who created beautiful, healthy dishes for the occasion.
This shoot proved to be a lovely combination of natural woods and tones paired with lush greens and pastel blooms with varying options of textured and silk tops with the beautiful Gemmy Malouf skirt from Anna Be Bridal Shop.
Agreed—a perfect starting point for an elegant spring soiree too! Thanks to Callie Hobbs for sharing!
Photographer: Callie Hobbs Photography / Venue: Blanc / Event Designer, Florals, & Décor: Yonder: Floral & Décor House / Hair: Brittani Estes / Makeup: Pretty Bride Shop / Food: Zen-Eats / Gemmy Malouf Skirt & Top: Anna Be