This gorgeous shoot is inspired by berry hues and showcases a boho rustic feel indoors, in the True Atelier Studio with beautiful natural light. The neutral backdrops really allow the berry tones to boldly pop forward. Petal Pixie blended shades of reds and pinks to create a stunning soft yet bold look.
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From Petal Pixie:
I asked Chantri & Nicole of True Atelier to photograph the shoot and she did an amazing job! They really captured the natural light that spills into their Idaho Falls, ID studio. Our model wore a simple cotton Free People slip dress with antique camisole underneath. For the flowers I chose to use large, high petal count blooms like ranunculus, garden roses, and peonies. I also wanted to add a touch of whimsy with anemone and clematis. I created a simple floral crown of greenery and ranunculus. For the invitations I wanted something rustic yet vintage and I love how using the silhouettes turned out. Nikkol, with Peter Loves Jane really nailed it!
For the escort card display I used a wood frame with chicken wire and attached the escort cards with mini clothespins. For the table we used a wood table with wood benches and cowhide rug underneath. I loved how rustic the elements where together yet felt soft and romantic. For the table decor I used mix and match plates with flower accents. I used a mix of pillar candles with white milk glass vessels. I love milk glass and wanted to create a large focal centerpiece in a pedestal milk glass vessel. For the cake I made a layered strawberry shortcake. I love how the cake looks after it is cut!