Do you guys all have one of our fall garlands on display in your humble abodes this month? The natural next step in festive seasonal décor would be a unique holiday wreath, then. Click through the slideshow at right for our fave wreaths in every style out there. #4 is pretty genius, don’t you think?
Who says you have to put away the pastels when fall rolls around? As it turns out, blush bridal fashion pairs ever so nicely with bold beauty looks and autumnal décor. What’s more is that combining the two styles doesn’t have to be overly complicated: Morgan Lamkin Photography + the team below kept the location’s natural beauty and model Jana Poole‘s fairytale ensemble front and center.
Personal touches like this print by Lucky To Be In Love would be such a perf way to pay homage to the season.
Amanda of Thorne Artistry went with a bold burgundy lip + tousled waves for the bridal look. (Btw, serious brow envy over here!)
What we’d do for some of those florals to adorn our desks right now!
The vision: A camp wedding with classic vintage vibes and a masculine touch.
Dying over this floral arch! Props to Mimosa for mixing in even more fall foliage (we seriously can’t get enough) with those fresh white perennial blossoms.
They said their “I dos” overlooking the splendor of the fall multicolor covered Appalachian Mountains, toasted to love with a bourbon bar cart, were well fed on a meal of roast duck and butternut squash soup and had a sweet ending with local apple cider donuts and flavored marshmallows made at Cedar Lakes Estate. They had a send off that sparkled down by one of the gorgeous lakes on property.
All of the unique vintage rentals from Octavia + Brown brought their story to life.
Eric Hires shoots exclusively with 16mm film, which represented the feel of the day quite flawlessly…
Thanks to everyone who made this shoot so fantastic!