1. Hudson Valley Minimalist Loft Wedding With Tropical Detailing

    Inspired by real life couple Jennifer and Chris, who married in the Dominican Republic, a team of Hudson Valley wedding vendors wanted to create seasonless styled tropical wedding inspiration.  The result is a dreamy little minimalist loft wedding that blends a modern atmosphere with tropical fauna.  Freeing themselves from seasonal restraints, the design evokes a windswept outdoor aesthetic in a fresh urban way by housing Lady Slipper Orchid stems in solitary glass vessels by the plenty.  The bride's look is another nod to tropics, a lace wedding dress that features a convertible skirt, something perfect for tropical destination weddings.  Keeping in the more modern loft wedding spirit, a lace overlay from BHLDN was added, giving the overall look a more timeless, classic feel.  Simple, delicate, well appointed details are the touches that bring this minimalist loft wedding to life.  There is a beauty in the retrain and flavor in the dash of color.

  2. North Wales Great Orme Stormy Wintry UK Wedding

    For those not faint of heart, opting to shoot during inclement weather can offer up some incredible rewards.  Often the skies are wondrously moody, the air unsettled potentially leading to fog and mist while the wind... the wind can be absolutely everything.  While shooting during intense weather wasn't the original plan, when weather struck, wedding photographer Avonné Photography  did not back down.  Instead she embraced the brutal weather Great Orme turning the shoot into a beautifully stormy wintry UK wedding bridal session.  The beauty to the shoot overall is how powerful of a force nature plays into each and every moment, serving to heighten and enhance each design choice.  From the simple sleek J.Crew wedding dress that plays tag in the wind, to the thick wool tartan blanket warped around the bride juxtaposed to the angry winds.  A collection of dark moody blooms were assembled into a wild and free bouquet, the perfect pairing to this UK wedding inspiro.  No matter how hard we try to plan, be it a real wedding or one for a photo shoot, weather is the one aspect you can never control.  Try not to get dishearten by it, instead embrace the elements as much as you can and turn them into your 12th man.

  3. Arkansas’s Dandy Roll Print Shop Vintage Indie Wedding

    If ever there was a love song to indie wedding seekers, this wonderful styled shoot from wedding photographer Caitlin Trickett Photography at the uniquely cool Dandy Roll print shop, just might be it.  Dandy Roll, collects and sells antique prints and maps dating back to the early 1900's.  The shop has a working printing press, and uses reclaimed barn wood to make gorgeous frames.  Taking a cue from their eclectic vintage surroundings filled of prints and poetry books, the team imagined the bride as a poet who wondered into her own wedding.  Bringing on the sense of a boho indie wedding, a sweet heart table was set near the large shop front windows, while the table was adorned with rustic nosh detailing, accented by shop prints of course!  Much like a true indie bride would be, our poet dons a simple white dress from Anthro, perfectly paired with vintage brown shoes.  There is a causal coolness to this indie wedding that is inescapable, the kind that no matter how hard you try, you simply can not replicate, it just is.  The locale is incredible, the table divine and the style.... utter indie wedding perfection.

  4. Rustic Winter Harvest Wedding With A Boho Spirit

    Love.  Its often described through certain colors, certain flowery descriptors.  The truth is, love doesnt fit into one perfect box.  Love is also deep, dark, mysterious, brooding, angry, fierce, tormented and often wildly intense.  While today is surely to be filled with stereotypical interpretations,  I offer a version of the moody side in the form of The Gather Workshop.  A collection of Michigan's wedding pros got together to create a unique and thoughtful styled shoot that is a gorgeous marriage of rustic winter meets harvest wedding.  Working with the stark and bare world that fills our field of vision in the winter months, the team brought life to the harvest wedding by utilizing a bounty of earthly goods.  Fresh elements like ornamental and real cabbages, artichokes, carrots, peppers, apples and so much more appear in places like bouquets and table settings.  From a wedding fashion standpoint, the dress is boho chic, accented by the lush and overflowing floral crown, a harvest wedding must.  Our bride's winter wrap and antler detailing are reminders of season, while a table nestled between the evergreen's provides the perfect amount of green to take our minds...