Hailing from the Hudson Valley, our planner for this editorial, Rachael from Bad Boss Bride, said this endeavor was a labor of love for her and her likeminded vendor peers. After pondering about the direction the editorial was going to take, they crafted an edgy, boho wedding inspiration with earthy tones set amongst vintage and industrial motifs. The ceremony setup and tablescape decor were heavily thought out: a continuation of floral styling from the ceremony to the table created harmony and the table embraced sharp tones of black, white, and mustard yellow to cut in through the antiquated style.
They wanted to emphasize locally-foraged materials, so Hudson Valley Florals flicked their magic wands and stuck to soft-toned blooms like pampas grass and cotton as accents amidst the native flora and fauna. The warmth of this Nicole Wren Photography shoot is palpable; from the weathered bohemian concepts to the real excitement emanating from the truly-engaged couple acting as bride and groom. It's a wonderful thing when a crew of vendors simply click like this.
The below wedding pros made this amazing event happen. See more of their work by visiting their website.