When rustic and vintage marry, it’s a pretty, pretty day. It must include a ruffled cake and beautiful – yet casual – lace gown. Captured by Tricia McCormack Photography and Jaclyn L Photography, this inspiration shoot from Tara Consolati is all that and vintage tea cups, stunning blooms, a perfectly patina’ed barn… you catch my drift. It’s perfection.
From the photographer… I’m proud to live in the Berkshires. I grew up here and returned here to raise my family. Every day I’m amazed by the rural beauty that surrounds us and appreciate the culture that this area attracts. Its rustic elegance is what draws so many to get married here in the Berkshire Mountains and with some of the most talented vendors in wedding industry available right in our back yard, a wedding of their dreams is easily achievable for any couple.
This styled shoot was set in the historic venue of Hancock Shaker Village. Our designer, Tara Consolati, created a vintage/rustic look featuring a gorgeous lace, A-line dress by The Cotton Bride. Our beautiful model, Molly, carried a romantic, burlap-wrapped bouquet made by Carolyn Valenti, and together, our team ROCKED this shoot on a frigid, rainy Spring day!
Photography: Tricia McCormack Photography | Photography: Jaclyn L. Photography | Wedding Gown: The Cotton Bride | Barn Lighting: Rob Alberti's Event Services | Hair/Make-up: Bridget Coughlin of the Cranwell Image Center | Rentals (tables, chairs, linens, china, glassware, flatware): Classical Tents and Party Goods | Ruffled Cake: Sarah's Cheesecakes | Stylist: Tara Consolati, Marketing + Event Design | Vintage Floral Arrangements: Carolyn Valenti