Missouri Wedding Inspiration from Todd Studios Photography + White Traditions Bridal House
November 12, 2013
BohemianOutdoor WeddingsSummer Weddings
I've seen a lot of weddings in my day. It comes with the territory of being a wedding blogger. I've seen it all, and fallen in love over and over again. But this is the first time I'm seeing a table suspended from the trees and it's seriously the coolest. White Traditions Bridal House pulled together an inspiration shoot, captured by Todd Studios Photography, centered around the simple, boho bride, and the resulting decor just goes to show how a beautiful gown can fit into a beautiful wedding fabulously.
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From White Traditions Bridal House... Hidden away...this gorgeous Bohemian inspired shoot was done in the heart of Missouri at a beautiful lakeside community called Innsbrook Resort. This lakeside community and gorgeous afternoon sunset provided the perfect backdrop as the August sun cast its warmest hues onto the lush outdoor haven.

Created by Worn Vintage Rentals, the table scene was constructed to keep natural elements present by combining the bohemian-chic style with the rustic woodland look - creating a look of romance like no other! Worn Vintage used a vintage door and rope, and suspended it from a tree branch to create a very creative table for the bride. Finished with natural elements from a fallen tree and amber glassware, the table popped with color while still creating an etherial feel. Antique china and repurposed iron wheels brought rustic elements to the table. The floral was done in ivory and bolds, which proved to be perfect opposites to the nature that surrounded the table. Texture was created by meshing all of the looks together into one tabletop.

The bride’s attire was chosen to be simplistic, yet unique, capturing the very essence of the bohemian culture: not too much fuss involved, simply relaxed beauty. Each of the two gowns (by Eden Bridals and Watters) embodied understated elegance while projecting ease and confidence. The brides hair was left down and wavy, which kept the look simple. Accessories were chosen to add unconventional twists to the simple styles of the dresses. The flower girl wore ivory and blush, and was styled with dramatic hairpieces to emulate the bride’s style.

Stationery, provided by Todd Studios Photography, was inspired by the outdoor beauty, and adorned in a modern fall palette. Textured paper and painterly florals alluded to the style of the day and paid homage to the serene surroundings. The playful bohemian-style was reinforced with casual script and filigree style.