From Shellie of Silk and Willow and Emme of Gossamer:

Rebecca Yale and Shellie Pomeroy of Silk & Willow worked beautifully together to create this delicate and romantic shoot on a rather rainy day in New Paltz, NY. Inspired by bucolic childhood days of playing in the fields and wading by the stream, this shoot organically unfolded as they drew from their natural surroundings. New Paltz, with its rich history in farming and ample farmers markets, was an ideal site location. Nestled in a field of wild clover and along a rambling river and stream, it was the perfect fit for the vision these creatives had in mind.

The table, chairs, and rentals were sourced from the New Paltz area. The arrangements were a combination of foraged wildflowers along with flowers provided by Beaurust Flower Shop. Silk & Willow arranged hand-dipped candles specifically made for the shoot and also hand-dyed loose weave cloth for use as napkins.

Karla of Written Word used crushed berries for the ink on the calligraphy written over natural, handmade paper.

The bride wore an Edwardian whitework lawn dress and an embroidered tulle dress by Gossamer Vintage with ribbon sash belts by Silk & Willow.

They wanted everything to be organic with a farm-to-table feel and they definitely achieved it!

Photography: Rebecca Yale | Styling/Planning : Silk & Willow | Planning/Wardrobe: Gossamer Vintage | Linen/Silk Ribbons: Silk & Willow | Calligraphy: Written Word Calligraphy | Model: Jessie Scott | Table &  Accessories: Nectar | Florals: Beaurust Flower Shop | Cake: The Village Tea Room | Rentals & Chairs: Events Unlimited


Comments (5)

Stacy {Woodsy Weddings} | Reply

Love the ease of her dress, simple and beautiful. Those hand dipped candles are so thin and adorable!

Brahmin Boys | Reply

Simply super and Beautiful girl.

The Bridal Showroom | Reply

Beautiful and stunning!

Abbie | Reply

gorgeous florals! | Reply

Absolutely match my taste!
I like wild flowers, they might not having great colors or big attitutes, but if you decorate them the way you did, they are absolutely special and having their own personality.


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