INSPIRATION: Summer Countryside

Dove Gray Silk Proenza Schouler Bridal GownPainted Vellum Wedding StarionaryFruit Vegetable Wedding Reception CenterpieceBranch Twig Wedding ArchFarm Vegetable Place SettingBlackberry Bout Linen Suit GroomSimple Square Fondant Cake Fresh Fruit Jcrew FlowergirlsTea With Fresh FruitWoodland Wedding BouquetGreen Calligraphy Wedding InvitationBouquet Lady Slipper Orchids Kangaroo Paw Wild BlackberriesProenza Schouler Gray Silk DressBride Groom Soft Natural Colors

So here’s yesterday’s board brought to life! This was one of the shoots we put together for our workshop. Thank you thank you to everyone involved in pulling this one off!

Photography: Jose Villa // bride’s dress (that we are SO in love with!): Proenza Schouler purchased here…no longer available but we are willing to sell this one from the shoot–listed here // grooms suit:  Armani(will sell it for a steal. email us at oncewed(at)gmail(dot)com if interested) // hair and makeup: Jordan Byers // Location: Serenbe // centerpiece: Amy Osaba // cake: Sun in My Belly // stationary and calligraphy: neithersnow // branch arch: Ginny Branch Stelling and Erica Loesing // rings: catbird // flower girl dresses: J.Crew Contessa on sale for $198 and Linley $168 // linens: limestone from La Tavola’s Tuscano collection // Wooden Cake Stand: TheCakeStandBoutique

20 Responses to “INSPIRATION: Summer Countryside”

  1. Jackie

    i love the groom’s suit! i like the idea of his suit being as light as her dress. if i was planning a wedding, id be all over buying that from you. bummer.

  2. HiLLjO

    Yay for barefoot people! I went barefoot at our wedding… I love it.
    You guys all worked together wonderfully, and great shots to Jose as always!

  3. Alexis L.

    I’m lovin’ all these country weddings–that’s exactly the type of style I’m doing in my own wedding! Thank you for sharing all the inspiration.

  4. Hillary

    I can vouch for that dress being beautiful in real life. I ordered it as a possibility for my wedding but returned it.

    I was too tall and busty for it – it fit me much more milkmaidy than the model. It flattered my lower half well (which is usually the body area I like less) but looked too constricting and covered on top.

    Just some advice for fit – but it is really really gorgeous. Light and soft and a pale pale neutral grayish color.

  5. Erin E

    I agree with Candace. I would LOVE to know where the darling flower girl dresses are from. They are darling.

  6. ariel

    I’m curious– what kind of bridesmaids dresses (style, color, etc) would you envision for this wedding?

  7. Whitney

    We are doing a Western Theme for our wedding and I was wondering how you kept the sticks and twigs together in your arch because it would be perfect!!!

  8. Destiny Lowe

    I love the Rustic Arch, I have been looking for one for my country wedding. I was wondering how you made it or where you got it from. I would love to have one just like it. Your wedding was beautiful!!! Thank you!


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