1. Rustic Elegant Kinfolk Wedding Among The Trees

    Rustic chic with a dash of whimsical boho is the perfect way to describe this dreamy kinfolk wedding nestled among the trees at White Rock Lake. Looking to evoke an elevated down home feel, a team of Texas wedding pros including wedding photographer Rachel Meagan Photography and floral & event designer Shannon Rose Events created the perfect fall wedding inspiration shoot. With a focus on texture and movement, unique areas were created within the sprawling park grounds. Noshes, both sweet and savory, were displayed on wood & marble platters placed on top of an antique trunk which was finished with vintage lace. A chocolate naked wedding cake was the perfect choice, echoing the moody the color scheme, topped with a gold calligraphy style note of love. To give the kinfolk wedding a relaxed feel, the team worked with a shorter table opting for gold metal ottoman seating paired with Mexican blankets. Charcoal plates offered moody contrast to a white table runner which was then dotted with gold accents throughout the table. The final piece to the kinfolk wedding puzzle was the ever delicious golden hour time of day, drenching each moment in savory gold goodness!

  2. Vibrantly Moody Apple Orchard Wedding

    Nestled into the tree lined fields of Sweetland Orchard is today's styled shoot wedding inspiration that is equally as vibrant as it is moody. Utter perfection for an end of summer fete, this apple orchard wedding toes the line between vintage whimsy with elegant detailing. Photographed by Trahms Photography, our bride's own wedding dress sets the tone, a keepsake passed down through her family worn by her mother and grandmother prior. Playing on the haunting surroundings, an outdoor reception table was set lined with gold chargers and skinny candles set a top fresh apples, all accented by lush sprawling blooms that run down the center. Sprawling blooms along the table served as the perfect jump off point to florist Lilia Flower Boutique creations, from two gorgeous floral crowns to a stunning overflowing bouquet. Each exquisite arrangement features not just flowers from the markets, but odds and ends locally found and foraged for, making for the most authentic of creations. With such a vibrant and moody color palette set for this apple orchard wedding, only a gorgeous gold metallic and black wedding cake that every so dreamily echoed the outdoor reception tablesacpe would do! Featuring two tone texture whipped frosting finished with unripened raspberries...

  3. Isola Farms Florida Red White And Blue Wedding

    Today's real wedding from Florida wedding photographer Wings of Glory Photography is a down home love letter to all things Americana! This red white and blue wedding, set at the rustic Isola Farms in Florida, is filled with wedding details that dont skip a single July 4th inspired beat. Cracker Jacks nestled into vintage wood crates while oreos are stacked high. Red and white checkered table cloths adorn tables while mixed blooms fill terracotta pots & old coke bottles. Bringing on just the right blue touch, seersucker jackets, blue push-pops, American flag fans and vintage blue cast glassware was used. Keeping with the kitschy spirit, a vintage bicycle for two turned blue was loaded with lush greens, draped in bunting and finished with an old mailbox, complete with carved initials for the couple! From the mix matched seating and tables to the ceremony under the oaks, we love how this couple brought to life their red white and blue wedding vision, in the most Americana of way!

  4. 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...