Want to see an explosion of organic, tangible, artisanal, natural and light inspiration? Look ah-here. Sarah Russell, the founder and curator of Wedding Sparrow, has everything you can dream of and more! Her team of women is based all over the world expertly inspires simplicity, beauty, originality and the complexity of nature. Wedding Sparrow embodies fine art and intention. It is special. I am honored to have a floral compositions featured (see below or look at the original post, here). I champion this authentic and inspirational opportunity from Tristan Needham Design to work with Mirabelle, Free People and Poetry of Silk while using my medium of choice: flowers.
Knowing the challenge of achieving a classic, romantic, natural and elegant aesthetic for a boudoir shoot, every bud from the the white Certified American Grown Flowers peonies harvested in Alaska to the South American farmed Rosaprima roses to the wild wisteria pods foraged in Georgia to the hand crafted pull from Mayesh Los Angles - new just how to make up for the deficit - by coming together with all their leafy foliage and delicate petals in a beautiful mix to transform that transformed the vision into an enchanting garden oasis, alive with the most beautiful neutral hues!
You can fawn all over the fabulous photos in the original post. Or, look below to see it just as the Wedding Sparrow team composed it.
- Vance Joy
Happy Monday! Today we're exploring the beauty of simple, expressive, and emotive at-home imagery. We love the intimacy and minimalism of this concept - cozy and familiar. The photographs by The Happy Bloom tell a story of little moments and subtle movements and the styled elements by Tristan Needham Design are organic and lovely.
From The Happy Bloom: "There is not a time more precious than the early morning moments on a woman’s wedding day. Everything is quiet. Everything is still. Everything is calm. Those moments before the storm, they are everything.
We truly wanted to incorporate European influence into this shoot and we discovered the most romantic way to do this. Traditionally, Dutch grooms knocked on the door of their bride on the morning of their wedding day to present them with their bouquet. And here they would see their bride. Yes, the very beginning of what we now know in the states as a 'first look'."
From Tristan Needham Design: "When Justin came to me about designing and styling a shoot of a bride on the morning of her wedding, I was immediately interested. We wanted to capture it all : morning sunlight, quiet reflective moments, all of the beautiful elements that you dress yourself in before you even slip into your gown. Join us, as we use imagery to tell the story of a bride who decisively chose her palette, flowers, and venue, as a way to highlight her love story."
Photographer: The Happy Bloom | Film Lab: Goodman Film Lab | Stylist / Planner: Tristan Needham Design | Floral Designer: Colonial House of Flowers | Venue: Mirabelle Suits | Hair & Makeup Artist: Lauren Kitchens of Royal Makeup and Hair | Paper: Michaela McBride Calligraphy | Lingerie: Free People | Robe: Shop Gossamer | Model: Sam Wilds | Ribbon: The Poetry of Silk | Shoes: Badgley Mischka | Veil: Modern Trousseau
If this inspires to to create something beautiful for your home using plants and flowers try one of our vases or pots from our shop that help you bring beauty into your home effortlessly.