I love the vintage flare that this gorgeous style shoot has. The dessert table with a plethora of cake stands and favor table are my favorite parts!
More from A Vintage Affair Events & Rentals: “When planning this shoot, we knew that we wanted it be romantic, but still have a soft, natural feel. We chose a beautiful open space park and complemented the location with a number of scenes designed to evoke casual, elegant romance. With our location in mind, we selected green, lavender, blush pink and touches of gold to complement the other elements of the shoot. The whiskey-barrel cake table was set with simple butter cream cakes subtly decorated with fresh flowers and fruit. For favors, were small bread loafs were tied with a delicate lace ribbon and presented on a bed of lavender buds offering a variety of texture, taste, and smell.”
“For the table scene, we loved the look of mismatched vintage china flanked by vintage silver flatware. The flowers were soft, romantic and beautiful without being overbearing. For those looking to toast the bride and groom, we built a champagne toasting station complete with beautiful bottles, a vintage bar cart and a sprig of lavender in each flute. Throughout the shoot, there are vintage love letters and small touches designed to serve as subtle reminders that love is timeless.”
Vintage Rentals & Styling: A Vintage Affair Events & Rentals // Photography: Connie Dai Photography // Make up: Kelsey Zabawa Makeup Artistry // Hair: Heather Chapman Hair // Invitations: Crazy for Chic // Model: Ryli Stender // Dress: Tara Keeley via Blue Bridal Boutique // Personalized Ribbon & Feather: The Lonely Heart // Vintage Stamps: Verde Studio // Vintage Love Letters: Oh Pardon My French & Flea Market Floozie // Dried Lavender: Starlight Room
Despite her dreamy wedding blogger lifestyle, Meredith's day job is running ClassicVeils.com and a full-time mom to an active toddler. If she could, Meredith would spend her days taking cruises, helping animals in need, and watching Big Brother!