In need of a relaxed and effortless theme for your big day? Bohemian chic could be just the thing for you! Not sure how to pull that off? We suggest channeling Stevie Nicks as well as studying this fabulously eclectic inspirational shoot. You’ll find some great details that include flowing dresses from Amanda Ritchey Bridal & Beauty, feathers and wildflowers from Stacy Bowen Flowers, and the most relaxed “au naturel” wedding cake by Hey Jaime Bakes.
Needing more ideas? Be sure to browse the full gallery here for all of the hip details from this eclectic and intimate wedding inspiration by Jessica Adams Design. All captured by Anne Herbert Photography.
From Jessica Adams Design:
Vintage depression glass, tarnished silver, bullhorns, wooden figurines and empty wine bottles used for candle stick stands line the pale blue table top that sits immediately on a perfectly faded and worn Persian rug. Anchoring the homemade reception is a beautifully knotted chandelier to induce even more intimacy for the bride and groom.
The unveiling of the bride is the most climatic event of a wedding. It was brought to life in our editorial by placing her in an Aztec style wicker peacock chair adorned with bullhorns, fur, candles, a faux hide drum, graphic vases and plush pillows. She is truly the queen of the event!
I composed and orchestrated a truly beautiful editorial. It was a collaborative effort including local vendors to showcase our talents for future brides. This editorial boasts a diverse and rich color palate and is full of textures and textiles. With this particular shoot, I wanted to skillfully blend bohemian vibes with chic designs. Scenes from the editorial are as intimate as they are eclectic.
Continuing with the free-spirited and diverse ensemble, our dessert display consisted of a 3 layer naked cake, mini bundt cakes and freshly picked berries to finish off the newlyweds majestic night. A distressed wooden dresser holds the homemade goodies aloft, and with blankets from the basket below for seating, they were sure to be enjoyed by all. As the bride and groom walk off into the fields, the day is complete and our vision has been captured in every way.
Photographer: Anne Herbert Photography
Event Designer, Coordinator & Prop or Furniture Rentals: Jessica Adams Design
Cake: Hey Jamie Bakes
Dress Designer: Pronovias
Flowers: Stacy Bowen Flowers
Groom's Attire: Gap
Stationery: The W.Bee Hive
Dress Boutique: Amanda Ritchey Bridal & Beauty
Hair & Makeup: Erica Hulett
Second Dress: Free People
Venue: The Moulsdale Farm | Bride Model: Whitney Paige Blankenship | Groom Model: Daniel Hoffman