This amazing wedding inspiration is a result of a stellar group of venders, including Cluney Photo, Habitat Floral Studio and Brooke Ashleman. A tablescape featuring fresh garden vegetables, vintage glasses and antique floral china fit in perfectly to the rustic setting of the Moon-Randolph Homestead. You can view more of this farm wedding inspiration in the full gallery here, all gorgeously captured by the talented Cluney Photo.
The photo shoot was styled on Missoula’s historical homestead, Moon-Randolph Homestead, overlooking the Missoula Valley. The open fields begged for a unique portrait styling. We love the way the hand tied kale bouquet brings a pop of color to the muted landscape.
Rather than using your traditional wedding flowers, Habitat Floral Studio created beautiful floral crowns, bouquets and boutonnieres accented with garden vegetables. The bright colors of the produce in these unique creations generate a stunning and captivating effect.
From Cluney Photo:
This farm fresh inspired photo shoot is the much loved result of the creative talents of Cluney Photo, Habitat Floral Studio and Brooke Ashleman. We had all been itching to create a stunning photo shoot that embraced the organic, Montana farm life and as our mutual pinboards began to fill with inspiring pins, we couldn’t wait to put it into action. We pulled in some of Montana's best wedding and event vendors, found stunning models, a beautiful venue and let our creativity run wild.
The historical barn structure lent its self perfectly to the table scape we envisioned. Habitat Floral Studio’s unique produce design was created on a genuine renaissance door that Brooke Ashleman had turned into a table. At each place setting was a packet of seeds and a menu napkin created by Cluney Photo. Along with the seed packets, each guest received a wedding favor of homemade pickled beets that was created and designed by the event designer, Brooke Ashleman.