How romantic is this inspiration shoot? Featuring the soft and fluid Celestine and Citrine gowns, we love this simple approach at the Farm on Eastland in Nashville, Tennessee.
photography: Photography Anthology // planning, design + florals: Yellow Rose Co. // venue: The Farm on Eastland Nashville, Tennessee // tuxedo: Street Tuxedo // hair + makeup: Katie Vellman // invitation: Sweet as Honey Studio // jewelry: Consider the Wldflwrs // rentals (farm table, glassware, flatware):Rustic Rentals // rentals (plates): Handmade Studio TN // rentals (blankets, basket): Castilleja Nashville // ribbons + paper: Silk and Willow
A huge thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate with us last Thursday! We are so grateful for your support!
The Le Lumiere gown shines in this editorial in Paris, shot by Artiese Studios.
Moody blues, splatters of ink, palm printed wallpaper. These are a few of my favorite things about this inspiration shoot at 501 Union in Brooklyn. Shot by Jeremy Harwell, styled by the owner of one of our favorite retailers (The Sentimentalist, Atlanta), and featuring the Iolite caftan, this story is all about texture and depth.
Photography: Jeremy Harwell
Hair: Styles on B
Makeup: Nicole Sievers
Styling: The Sentimentalist
Paper Goods: Ashley Buzzy
The dramatic photography and gorgeous details of this wedding are truly unique, not to mention dripping in classic glamour. Louise chose the Poplar gown and the Borealis faux fur stole for her London nuptials at Stationer’s Hall. To me, Poplar was such a great match for this wedding because it’s a gown that toes the line between feeling vintage and avant garde, and as you’ll see from the photos below, Louise managed to do the same in all aspects of the event itself. The result is both incredibly current and incredibly timeless, something very difficult to achieve.
Photography: Modern Vintage Weddings
Hair: Vicki Ralph
Makeup: Nikki Wolff
Venue: Stationer’s Hall, London
What could be more fitting for celebrating the Fourth of July than this patriotic real wedding starring the Mulberry gown?
Photography by Mackensey Alexander
Based on the still life paintings of the masters, this shoot featuring the Gypsum gown shows that reality can be just as lush.
Photographer: CADENCE KENNEDY // Floral Design: DAYS OF MAY // Invitations: DESIGN HOUSE OF MOIRA // Ribbons: SILK & WILLOW // Tablescape: L’ATELIER VERT // Hair Accessories: BOBBY PIN // Coordination: ORCHARD + BROOME // Grooms Attire: ZARA // Hair:SUM OF ALL SHEARS // Make up: KRISTEN THERESE // Jewelry: MACHA // Location: SKY GALLERY NYC