We’re just on a roll with gorgy sunlit photos today aren’t we? First, this morning’s sunset anniversary shoot, and we’re onto another romantic, earthy setting, drenched with tons of lovely natural light. Inspired by soft earth tones and peonies (need we say more?), Mint Design whipped up a most romantic bridal shoot. Now, how about a few sunlit photos by Mariel Hannah to set the scene?
Lotta of Mint Design says, Gold candelabras, handmade antique furniture and dreamy sunlight made for a mystical ambiance.
Helllooooo, peonies! The bridal bouquet included fresh yellow garden roses; pink, cream, and blush peonies, foraged wisteria, and jasmine.
This dress is all kinds of beautiful.
Long, flowing veils by Mary Rita added such a dreamy element to the whole affair, don’t you think?
Again with those peonies!
Thanks to everyone below for sharing this styled shoot with us today.
It poured on Rhett + Brandee’s wedding day (outdoor wedding and all). It turned out beautifully, but still: rain is rain. So when their one-year anniversary rolled around (congrats guys!) Brandee chatted with Carolynn Seibert Photography about a shoot that was all sunshine and love. And that’s about all they needed, we think.
They used Brandee’s wedding bouquet in the shoot to represent the year that had past.
Carolynn had it pretty easy creating love-filled photos for these two: That was not hard to do since these two are even more in love than they were one year ago when they got married, they just exude love all over the place! It was beautiful to be around
The only props were a blanket made by Brandee’s great aunt, an Anthro throw, and the wedding bouquet.
Brandee told Carolynn that she wanted the pics to just scream love. If a photo could shout…
The inspiration behind the shoot, as told by Brandee, We wanted to just hang out in a field and have Carolynn take pictures that weren’t extremely posed. I really love raw and authentic pictures where you aren’t always in the perfect “pose” but you can just feel the love. We danced, laughed, and acted crazy in the most beautiful fields. Overall, we just wanted some photos that showed how much in love we still are, how much we have grown in the last year, and how excited we are to be together for the rest of our lives. And I’m forever thankful to Carolynn for capturing that for us.
Priscilla of Orangerie Events had a sweet and simple mission: to capture the sheer joy of a wedding day. With pastel details, a rustic venue, and a couple X’s and O’s, the team whipped up a charming scene, photographed by Robyn Van Dyke Photography.
Priscilla says, The pastel color palette with blush and mint undertones brought a playful feel to the shoot, carried even further through the X and O details, colorful desserts, and confetti. The sun worked in our favor to illuminate each color and bring out the bit of sparkle incorporated.
To add a non-traditional element, they chose this textured, cream-colored dress and a cheerful bouquet by Brides and Bouquets.
These florals are just so right.
You gotta hand it to a team that can pull off an epic confetti shot!
From Priscilla: The collaboration of an amazing group of vendors with a bit of real love and perfect weather created this gorgeous set of photos.