May 16, 2011

Bridal Shoot {Inspiration}

I really enjoyed working on this bridal shoot.  It was a great collaboration from a group of crazy, talented people!!  We had just got a bunch of rain, followed by sunshine which was just enough to make this field burst with wildflowers (and they were yellow, which went nicely with the shoot colors).

I wanted to keep the table simple but still filled with pretty things to look at.

I used a mixture of blue and white dishes, antique silverware, and small white ramekins filled with ripe strawberries.

The table was draped with simple white lace.

The (there are no words for how beautiful these are) flowers were done by Jacqueline Ahne of Floral Design By Jacqueline Ahne.  She is the kinda gal that you give an idea to and she runs with it and she ALWAYS delivers.  Beautiful.

I layered the table using cake stands, picture frames and baskets, all stacked in different ways to add some interest to the table.  I also added some antique trinkets, amber jars, glass votives, and a vintage crocheted lace runner.

The adorable pale green cake was displayed on a small side table.  It was backed by an old window resting on a large wooden easel.  This was perfectly lovely till a big gust of wind came in and knocked the window right on top of the cake. :(

For more images check out Kristin Rogers post or Bill Blakey post on this shoot.

Thank you Kristin for putting this all together, I know it was quite a task to pull off!  Here is a list of all the people involved in this shoot.  It really was such a pleasure working with this group, I definitely felt out of my league!!  

Hair – Dianna Lopez
Make – Up – Amy Clarke
Hair Pieces – A Touch of Vintage
Jewelry – Nicolenjoli Jewelry
Wardrobe & Styling – Rodellee
Wedding Cake – Cakes ‘N’ Bake
Bride Model – Allie Dayhuff
Bridesmaid Model – Tracy O
Groom Model – Rodrigo Nicolau
Groomsmen Model – Jon Riv

1 comment:

  1. Rodrigo, my friend, you look very handsome in these pictures! :) know, don't let it get to your head hahahaha.