1. Gorgeously Moody Bridal Style Inspired By ‘La Primavere’ by Alphonse Mucha

    Gorgeous florals plus wonderfully dreamy moody photography is practically my kryptonite. Dial in the most perfect hair & makeup, a dewy faced model and body skimming wedding dresses into almost hauntingly dreamy bridal style and well... just consider me down for the count into wedding oblivion! Storyboard Wedding fave & resident beauty expert, New York City hair & makeup artist Beauty by Eden Di Bianco recently teamed up with New York wedding photographer Claudia McDade to breathe some life into a late spring bridal style session that was deeply inspired by the Art Nouveau stylings inspired by 'La Primavere' by Alphonse Mucha. To start with, generous large blossom floral crowns were constructed by New York City florist Aurora Botanica in a mix of deeply moody hues from purple, coral and minty hellebores. Each arrangement is carefully crafted to emphasize the beauty of each bloom all while playing the perfect supporting role to every other aspect of the overall look. To capture the essence that is Art Nouveau, Eden focused on perfecting a creamy, natural complexion without hard contouring and romantic but simple hair with texture and movement, a look that served to enhance fawn like Delaney's naturally soft beauty. The most perfect thing about bridal style is how personal you...

  2. Gorgeous Fall Outdoor Conservatory Wedding At Ma Maison Texas

    Drippy gorgeousness is pretty much the perfect way to describe this sweet little treat of a wedding at Ma Maison! Texas wedding photographer Angela King Photography had the pleasure of capturing the romantic outdoor conservatory wedding of Lauren & Mathew, one that offered a touch of fall spirit to it. Working with a more vibrant and bold palette inspired by the coming autumn months, Bouquets of Austin gave each piece to the floral puzzle a truly organic botanical feeling. Leafy greens surrounded the conservatory wedding backdrop with clusters of blooms in a autumn array of soft pinks, oranges and burgundy reds that perfectly played up Lauren & Mathew's romantic wedding essence. As a focal color, Lauren opted for her ladies to dress in Fall favorite navy, wearing gowns from Jenny Yoo which featured sheer panels that perfectly complimented Lauren's stunning sheer open back wedding dress! The rest of the day was all about the natural things, whether it was the hard wood reception tables that echo nature or the uncontrollable sweet emotions brought on by the couple, organic drippy yumminess is the name of the game in this conservatory wedding at Ma Maison!

  3. Dreamy Peach Inspired Vintage Estate Wedding With Serious Garden Vibes

    There's a serious dreamy wedding checklist going on with today's estate wedding from Virginia wedding photographer Ali McLaughlin Photography. With details like a pink Cadillac whose truck is filled with gorgeous blooms, to an old stone estate inn that serves as the perfect backdrop to the most romantic table for two, there is a lot to get swoony about! Jennifer Buracker of Cassel Interiors and Daisy Saulls Photography teamed up with florist Eight Tree Street bringing to life this romantic estate wedding, all inspired by the soft fuzzy peach. While attire took a note from a more vintage feel, it is really all about the overflowing greens and stained wood touches that elevate! If you're a gal who feels you can never have too many flowers, you'll easily get swept up in our bride's lush cascading bouquet, which is met in spirit by the tumbling green table runner and generous centerpiece filled to the hilt with everyone's favorite garden rose. Its easy to see the magic to estate weddings, just add flowers, a smitten couple, and the beauty of the natural surroundings!

  4. Vintage Chic Bridal Fashion In The Secret Garden Like French Countryside

    There is something so hauntingly delicious about today's dreamy vintage chic bridal fashion styled shoot from Paris wedding photographer WeddingLight Photography. Nestled into the French countryside at a private residence, the vision consist of two brides donning perfectly vintage wedding dresses from Max Chaoul as the heartbeat of it all. The shoot features to gowns, Daisy, which is a 1920’s inspired look in a fluid low waisted satin design which features a gorgeous embroidered lace top and Lana which is a 1940’s inspired wedding dress with an empire waist paired with romantic crochet long sleeves. Leveling up the vintage chic bridal fashion looks are unique bridal accessories & veils from Rhapsodie Paris. The hair and makeup team of Melody Kennedy and Lucie Letz, articulated the gorgeous veils & headpieces into elements that took on live's of their own, that when paired into their surroundings become chic haunting at its finest. The beauty to this vintage chic bridal fashion shoot is how wonderfully unapologetic it is about being straight out of a time long ago. Appealing to a select style of bride, if you're looking for vintage bridal fashion...