Organic and Whimsical Styled Shoot
From the photographer: When planning this shoot, I was really inspired by the refreshing feeling you get when spring rolls around, and I wanted that freshness to be portrayed in this shoot. Between the soft pinks and greens to the blossoming flowers in the greenhouse, this shoot was the epitome of the blissful spring season. What I think stands out the most about this shoot are the floral wearables, designed and crafted by florist, Tracey Parriman. I truly believe that there will be a fun boho plant-loving bride that will want to incorporate the floral wearables into her big day! Tracey even provided a floral wearable for the groom.
We were so thankful for beautiful dresses that tied the entire fresh and flirty look together that we were trying to achieve. We wanted to incorporate two dresses to showcase a more sophisticated and bold bride (lace dress) and also a fun, flirty bride (sweetheart neckline). Another fun detail that all brides can do is to incorporate traditional household items for unconventional ways in their wedding. Who would have thought that a vintage dresser with flowers overflowing would be the perfect cake stand? This can be done on any type of budget! We wanted to set a tone for brides that seemed realistic and possible to achieve. At the end of the day to get a similar look all you need is pretty florals, pops of color and a dress that fits your personality as a bride!
Photography: Olivia Hatfield | Venue + Florals: Tracey Rae Farmer Florist | Location: Midland, OH | Event Designer: Olivia Hatfield and Tracey Parriman | Cake: Trix and Treats | Rentals: Queen City Vignette, China - Sidona Lane | Hair: Amanda Guilmette | Makeup: Andrea Rachelle Squires | Bride’s Attire: Dresses - Blush by Hayley Paige and “Stevie” Made by Love Bridal from Hyde Park Bridal | Groom’s Attire: Jos. A. Bank | Credits: Silk Ribbons: The Lesser Bear, Assistant - Caitlin Bamforth