Woodland with a beautiful side of whimsy, this stunning shoot captured by Bri Morse Imagery is not to be missed.With elegance infused into every picture perfect detail, not to mention gorgeous florals from Primrose And Company and gowns from Elizabeth John’s, this gallery is a must see.
From Bri Morse Imagery…This shoot’s inspiration all began with the whimsical, oversized unfinished wood chairs (as you will see in the photos) that my husband handmade actually. I sketched them out, found the right wood, and he made them for me (followed by the sweetheart and cake table too)…how sweet is that?! I’ve been dreaming up an idea like this to photograph for awhile. Something that was simple and beautiful, that had a bit of a fantasy feel to it. We wanted the look to be elegant and timeless, with a whimsical and unconventional twist. A contrast between rough unfinished design elements and fine beautiful details.
The dress is called “The Forrest” (fitting!) by Lela Rose, and the gorgeous alternative bridal jewelry featured is by the talented Anne Sportun. The groom’s band was lent to us by Bario Neal, whose unique jewelry is ethically sourced.
Peonies with a blush bleed and soft Bridal veil flower, touches of wheat and white berry. Handmade ivory paper with fine gold thread as accent. Rustic ruffle cake with peonies and gold branches and a touch of textured greenery. Billows of sheer ivory fabric created a asymmetrical and deconstructed alter site.
Photography: Bri Morse Imagery | Floral Design: Primrose and Company | Wedding Gown: Lela Rose | Cake: Cake Doodles | Invitations: Just Be Studio | Hair & Makeup: Susan Hoff | Groom's Attire: Ralph Lauren | Venue: Forest | Bridal Salon: Elizabeth Johns | Bride's Jewelry: Anne Sportun | Groom's Band: Bario Neal | Jewelry Boutique: Dandelion Jewelry