Oh my, have I waited! Two months ago I worked so hard on this project with some extreme talent. Working with the wonderful Windmill Winery, we came up with some vintage, chic bridal inspiration. Yesterday we had it featured (yay!) on The Desert Bride. The vendors of this shoot were totally amazing–fun personalities and so much love to go around. I absolutely love the Windmill Winery, if not for their stunning venue complete with a lake and chickens that roam the property at leisure, then for the amazing and friendly staff that work there. If you’re getting married in 2013, this is totally a venue you should check out!
We worked with this cute and springish color pallette of aqua and pink, and even found boots to match! Amy of Page & Mason Invitations created the coolest keepsake–plantable seeds as a favor for guests (scroll through to see these cool things). Kathy, from Something Old, Something Older, brought out some of her amazing vintage collection to design a comfortable seating area for cocktail hour, complete with type-writer and plush pillows. Sarah, from Sarah’s Wedding Garden, created the most stunning florals to bring bring those colors to life. Alex and Krystal, our fab models and real life couple were awesome to drive all the way to Florence from Scottsdale (after getting hair+makeup done by talented Allisha Vogler!).I LOVe working on these shoots, and am always blown away with the amount of talent in the wedding industry. Makes me SO proud to get to be a part!
Enjoy these. They have been long awaiting a showcase on my blog 😉
Venue: The Windmill Winery www.thewindmillwinery.comFlowers: Sarah’s Garden www.sarahsweddinggarden.comEvent Design: Something Old, Something Older www.somethingoldsomethingolder.comInvitations: Page & Mason Invitations www.pageandmason.comBride Hair and Makeup: Allisha VoglerCake: Lesley’s Creative Cakes, Flowers, & Catering www.lesleyscreativecakes.com