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Romantic spring bridal inspiration

August 6, 2015
Romantic spring bridal portrait

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!

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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.

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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.

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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