When we see a team of talents like this group has joined together to create inspiration magic, we can barely sit still due to excitement. We just know that we are in for the prettiest of posts, and that is precisely what happened in this love letter inspired wedding photo-shoot. Captured by the talented Gambol Photography at the Oak Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast and overflowing with beautiful blooms from P.A. Reavis Designs, it’s no surprise that this shoot is swimming in pretty. Topped off with vintage design by At The Heels Weddings & Events, and cake from Skys the Limit! Custom Cake & More and ladies and gents we have a winner.
From the photographer… “I began brainstorming ideas for a styled inspiration shoot to kick off wedding season for myself and my favorite vendors. We pulled together a dream-team of wedding professionals and headed to Oak Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast to create a dreamy, romantic, love letter-inspired wedding scene! Details included an antique typewriter, birdcage veil, custom-made wedding gown, pages torn from old books, luscious florals and tons of beautiful DIY touches! Our lovely model couple, real-life hubby and wife, Dana & Matt, were just stunning and really brought all of the loveliness together. It was such a hot afternoon here in North Carolina, and the whole project turned out to be quite an undertaking, but it was so totally worth it. We wanted to create something beautiful, something to inspire brides-to-be. They can find inspiration here, in the warm tones and sunny romance of these images. We all had a blast, and can’t wait for the next shoot!”
Photographer: Gambol Photography // Event Designer: At The Heels Weddings & Events // Floral Designer: P.A. Reavis Designs // Dress Designer: RCB Fashion // Makeup Artist: Simply Beautiful Artistry – On Location Hair & Makeup by Sissy M. Duncan // Cake Designer: Skys the Limit! Custom Cake & More // Venue: Oak Ridge Farm Bed & Breakfast // Paper Props: Stampin’ Beka // Submitted via Two Bright Lights
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