Thursday, January 7, 2010

Daydream Dreamy Inspiration

I have lots of wild ideas running around in my head these days. Many that keep me awake at night dreaming - this shoot was one of those daydream variety inspirations, that came together so perfectly with the collaboration of a few friends.
Photographed by Jessica Claire, this day was inspired by intimate celebrations of love and romance with an emphasis on stunning details. I admit sometimes it is difficult to train and focus my ideas into a concise vision - but when I found this remarkable vintage gown at Unique Vintage everything began to fall into place.



Depression era glass for the table, hobnail plates and chargers, antique cut glass doorknobs, a mixture of vintage pieces from majolica to lusterware in muted amber and dusty rose tones. So pretty! The flowers picked themselves. With the help of my dear friend Rebecca of Duet Weddings we finished things off with some sugar dusted fruit. Yum.



































In the end, I really intended to show that you can have a blending of colors and styles and still have a cohesive looking event. Have fun, Play, Imagine...your wedding day should be a celebration of you an your fiance together. Of love, of the future - and nothing shows that more than when you put your own little stamp on the day. Use your own flair, don't be afraid of mixing it up. If you choose great vendors, give them guidance, & let them take care of you - you will have the best wedding experience possible. Here's to a wonderful 2010 filled with inspired newly wedded couples!

Styling and Floral Design - Flowerwild
Additional Styling - Rebecca Stone, Duet Weddings
Photography - Jessica Claire
Baked Goods - Joy the Baker

10 comments:

  1. My goodness, you are talented!

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  2. That gown is gorgeous .. and the Flowers? Out of this world!

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  3. The flower arrangements are beautiful. Love the colors!

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  4. ah... the depression era glass dishes remind me of my grandma.

    nice shots for sure.
    -kelley

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  5. I love it. Such a pretty and sophisticated palatte

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  6. wow how beautiful!! Truly amazing!
    Im in love with the colours and the textures!
    Will definately be coming back to this blog!
    Have a good day!
    Janni
    (norwegian florist)
    :O)

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  7. I love the bride's bouquet with the ferns! are those white poppies or something else?

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  8. Enchanting yet cool.

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  9. i so love this wedding style!
    i second the comment about flowers. what are those white ones with black in the middle?

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