Inspired by the threads that hold love together, Bunch Studio collaborated with William Kim Photography to create this gorgeous photo shoot filled to the brim with the cutest whimsical touches and lucky for us, they decided to share it! The dozen upon dozen light blush pink ribbon streamers, the amazing yarn art, and that ribbon-esque cake are all so romantic and sweet that I'm literally begging all you brides-to-be out there to infuse some of these details into your day. Pretty please? See even more here in the full gallery!
From Bunch Studio...Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads, which sew people together through the years. The threads represent love, ideals, and dreams that are interwoven to create a solid marriage.
This styled wedding shoot is inspired by the threads of love and life…combining layer upon layer of fabric, lace, buttons, threads and spools.Our inspiration started with an idea to create a soft, playful ribbon ceremony piece. With that in mind, our goal of a textile themed shoot came to life. From the threaded love sign, monogrammed string art blocks, yarn streamers, textured ribbon cake, to the ruffled sweetheart table we made sure the textiles played an important and cohesive look. It was important for us inspire and create where couples can replicate and easily make their own. We created moments that focused primarily on the couple. The I Do’s, pronouncement of the Mr. & Mrs., the cake cutting, dining for 2 to the “first look”. The intimate garden setting at Petit Ermitage served as the perfect location to showcase what a wedding is all about: the couple and their sweet celebration of love. With their artistic, lush, and elegant surroundings, it allowed for our textile inspiration to come alive.
Every vendor on the team meticulously pulled through to touch base on the textiles. With Bunch Studio’s great imagination and romantic floral decor, PowWow’s vintage touch, IBI cake’s attention to detail, Pitbulls & Posies creative eye for design, Erica’s personable DIY creations, Kelly’s soft beauty, and last, but certainly not least, William’s way to capture the uniqueness everyone brought to the shoot.
Venue: Petit Ermitage / Photography: William Kim Photography / Designer + Florals: Bunch Studio / Planner + Stylist: Twine Events / Paper Goods: Pitbulls and Posies / Rentals: PowWow Vintage Rentals / Cake: IBI Cake / Beauty: Kelly Zhang / Gown: Winnie Couture / Models: Todd Hughlett + Lindsey Nelson