By now, you all know how we feel about a classic white wedding. We love the simplicity and tradition behind a white wedding, and we are enamored with these ideas sent to us by J. Layne Photography that they captured during the Belle Lumiere workshop.
More about the workshop:
These images were taken at Belle Lumiere’s first film workshop in Charlottesville, Virginia. “With Ginny’s beautiful styling, we were able to create a shoot that was detailed and simple enough for everyone to slow down and experience film, but also breathtaking enough to be captured in film perfectly. We created the day to be very relaxed and to allow everyone to not feel rushed. It was as if they had all the time in the world to learn this new craft…” – Authored by Lexi Vornberg
Workshop: Belle Lumiere Workshop | Photographer: J. Layne Photography | Designer/Creative Director/Stylist: Ginny Au | Teacher: Elisa Bricker | Model: Sarah Parry | Botanical Elements: Beehive Events | Hair Styling & Makeup: Lora Kelley | Calligraphy: Calligraphy for the invitation suite- Script Merchant Calligraphy for the Belle Lumiere Invites- Signora e Mare | Venue: Pippin Hill Farm and Vineyard | Videographer: Bubblerock | Rentals: 12th Table | Wedding Dress: Nearly Newlywed |Sponsors: Contax Rental, Kodak Alaris, Artifact Uprising, Peach Linen | Film Developing: Film Box Lab | Misc: FrouFrou Chic Ribbon
One of the best things about a wedding is that it gives so many opportunities for families and friends to come together and celebrate, from engagement parties to bridal showers to the rehearsal dinner! Today, we're sharing some of the memories from Stephanie and Anton's casual rehearsal dinner, complete with some really fun Argentinian traditions.