“Spring is like a perhaps hand…changing everything carefully” – e. e. cummings
From the stylist:
As we entered the new year and a new season of creating, I was inspired by the coming change of seasons from winter to spring. Just as spring brings new life, we wanted to create inspiration based on a theme of new life: new beginnings, and new creation – just as two become one to create a new family in marriage. Our florist foraged and saved dried materials from winter, and contrasted them with lush, fresh blooms from spring. She created a stunning installation that represented beauty in both old and new seasons. It framed the couple as they shared smiles and sweet kisses. Our table was set with bright blooms in lively colors. The place settings were kept simple with a ceramic plate, sleek modern flatware, and hen of the woods mushrooms to bring in a touch of earthiness. The result was organic, light, and just in time for Spring!
Photography Meiwen Wang | Stylist Natalie Choi Events | Floral Design Tiffany from The Loved Co. | Dress Lena Medoyeff | Hair & Makeup Sharon Y Park | Paper Goods Alley and Co | Linens La Tavola Linen | Ring Susie Saltzman | Groom’s Suit The Black Tux | Models Gretchen and Yves
The hills, glens, and moors of Scotland are absolutely captivating. Add a bride waiting patiently for her groom, and we can't imagine a scene more romantic.
Today's post celebrates the meaningful details. The classical architecture of the location, paired with the elegant blush gown and rich berry-toned florals, beautifully reflect the sense of history created by the handcrafted wedding invitation suite, comprised of heirloom family love letters.