From the photographer… We shot on Longview Mansion’s grounds that had a lot of rustic structures we could work with along with the great overgrown grass. With the vision I had to shoot it I just couldn’t find a dress that matched the feeling of what we were going for so I made the dress to capture the very whimsical direction we were headed for and used color in the dress inspired by the latest fashion trend of using color in bridal. The florist used her great-grandmother’s amazing pink antique depression glass as centerpieces and accents to the flowers and cake. The cake decorator used a brush-like texture on the buttercream to give it a nest-like look. The furniture rentals used were great rustic pieces like old wooden crates, old dress trunks, rusted keys and this great wide bottom over-sized chair that looks like it came straight from the set of Alice and Wonderland. The pergola was a great accent location in front of the water for something a little different. – Alea Lovely
The second I laid eyes on this organic styled shoot from Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer, I was totally smitten. With winter in full swing, it was such a treat to feast my eyes on the rich fall-hued florals by Victorian Gardens. And that cake from Classic Cakes? Crazy-gorgeous. I consider myself a city lover through and through and that reaches all aspects of my lifestyle except for one big part; weddings. I have nothing but love for a rustic affair. And this style photo-shoot is the newest member of my rustic faves. Be sure to see it all!
Photographer: Alea Lovely Fine Art Photographer | Floral Designer: Victorian Gardens | Dress Designer: Alea Bebenek | Cake Designer: Classic Cakes | Event Venue: Longview Mansion | Submitted via Two Bright Lights
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