There is always something so magical about the first signs of life in the springtime, feeling almost as if you’re stepping into a new world. That magical moment is celebrated in this gorgeous inspo shoot design that took a natural, garden feel and let nature show off. Keep scrolling to see more photos by Emily Quigley Photography. JLK Weddings Lead: Anna Burrows planned every detail of this wedding inspiration and Pigmint Floral Studio created all of these incredible florals you'll see throughout as this inspiration came to life at Osage House. All the images are in the full gallery, so be sure to click through and read on to hear more from the designer herself.
Pigmint Floral Studiodid an amazing job at bringing this vision to life. One of the most stand-out elements was the tulip tree branches - an unexpected flower that helped break up the greenery, add height and depth, and show off its magnificent blooms that only last a few weeks. The modern style of the Osage House included a chapel full of natural light that helped accentuate the ceremony design. In the reception, soft colors and textures were incorporated that accentuated the flowers. The mild notes of yellow and blush in the place settings played a key role in creating a cohesive look throughout.
Shindig Paperie took inspiration and created a beautiful menu and invitation suite to match. Bridal model Domynique looked absolutely stunning in a whimsical dress from Tesori Bridal And Formal that had a beautiful, subtle blush undertone to it. The cake was the finishing touch for this incredible shoot. Shelby Lynns Cake always does an exceptional job. She not only bakes delicious cakes, but she creates beautiful art with her designs. To make the cake the center point of the reception design, we added a subtle lace to match the bride's dress, as well as a few flowers to bring it to life.
1. Be clear with your vision and inspiration. Put together a mood board! Really dig deep into what inspires you. This is also important so you can clearly communicate with the vendors that you choose.
2. Choose your vendors based off of your mood board and inspiration. Do your research and find vendors who share the same style and who you can trust to execute your vision. For example, if you're wanting a garden-inspired, organic, floral design, don't choose a florist who specializes in bohemian styles.
3. Take your time! Plan your day with plenty of time to think through and revisit all of the details. It will truly be a day you remember for the rest of your life!