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We’re totally drooling over this inspiration shoot photographed by l’Artisan photographe. It’s full of gorgeous details, so we’ve narrowed down our top three for you guys. Here goes: 1) Location—hello, Chateau de l’Aumerade! 2) Florals—gotta love a punchy peach palette. 3) That Jenny Packham gown—we’re obsessed with the rhinestone incrusted, sheer overlay—gah!

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Photography & video: l’Artisan photographe //  Floral design: l’Art qui pousse // MUA: Audrey Robino // Hair: Les mariées du Salon // Catering: DV Traiteur // Dress: Boutique Martine Toledano // Dress designer: Jenny Packham // Groom’s attire: Dalmoro // Groom Accessories: Le colonel Moutarde // Furniture: Prestige Evenement  // Art de la table: Options // Venue: Sully Evennement – Chateau de l’Aumerade //

Colorfull provence – Chic wedding inspiration from l’Artisan photographe on Vimeo.

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Remember that time a fig became our favorite prop? Oh yeah, that was today in this gorge inspiration shoot styled by Westcott Weddings and photographed by Jen Dillender. It’s absolutely dripping with fall inspiration, from pears and figs, to out-of-control florals from Bristol Lane, to a fabulous blue, painterly back drop. This is the kind of stuff that has us happily welcoming in the fall season!

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The first moments of fall are breathtaking. Those few fleeting days are welcoming and gentle. They are ethereal and organic, a soft shift into more color, texture, and focus. As we pack up summer, we begin to pay attention to the way the leaves change colors, we practice gratitude more often, and we work on connecting with people around our table. Before we get swept away with holidays, pumpkins, and the wonderful heart of fall, these first days contain a delicacy and charm that is hard to put into words.  This shoot captures the beauty of the beginning of autumn and the simple yet stunning way it shifts our hearts.

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Styling: Westcott Weddings // Florals & Backdrop: Bristol Lane // Photography: Jen Dillender // Dress: Shop Gossamar // Hair & Make-up: Makenzie Laine  // Chairs: Loot Rentals

We were so excited when one of our faves, photographer Ashley Largesse, sent us this cool copper + blush inspiration shoot. It’s the perfect lead-in to the fall season. As Kate Dawson Events says, the goal was to create a fresh, new approach to rustic by “…leaving burlap and mason jars behind and playing instead with copper, twine and terracotta!” We’re also crazy about the gorgeous pops of pink florals by Valley Flower Company and the copper accents in the super-pretty paper pieces by Christa Alexandra Designs.

 

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From Kate Dawson: I was on a quest to find ways for the brides I work with to bring their “rustic” visions to life in creative new ways. So, from that, this shoot was born! I took the look and feel that so many brides are craving and turned it upside down – leaving burlap and mason jars behind and playing instead with copper, twine and terracotta!

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I worked closely with the folks at Cedar Circle Farm (who offer an awesome “pick your own flower package” for brides in the area) to not only use some of their potted herbs and succulents tablescapes, but also to invade their property and take advantage of the beautiful landscapes, views and gardens. To our surprise (and to the surprise of our model!) we picked the freshly racked dirt field as our backdrop!

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We set up the dining table in the middle of a field – embracing the unexpected vibe of the setting. The copper chargers popped agains the naked farm tables and the touches of light pink and twine made the look more feminine and rustic. To top off the table we added terracotta plates, copper calligraphy place cards, pillar candles, potted herbs and used some unique clay pots as vessels for the centerpieces. I love that by upgrading a few basic elements (tables, chairs, vases) and playing with some things that you most likely have easy – and free! – access to (herbs, twine, pots) you can create something unexpected and beautiful.

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The same concept was true of our beautiful model. Her relaxed look started with the stunning off the shoulder blush gown by Jenny Yoo. With her long auburn locks blown straight and a smokey copper eye thanks to Jennifer Perellie Makeup she looked relaxed and elegant all at the same time. Her look was completed with some layered jewels by Starling (if you don’t know about this awesome new company yet, you must learn now!) and a ridiculously fabulous bouquet tied with hand dyed silk ribbons by the always fabulous Morgan at Valley Flower Company.

The stunning bride is also a talented chef, who brought some of her yummy and beautiful creations for us to taste! And they were too pretty not to photograph! We also put a welcome bag together of local Vermont treats. Welcome bags are often my favorite part of weddings and are too often overlooked!

The calligraphy was by the super talented Judith Browne Hand Lettering and the invitation suite by Christa Alexandra Designs. I was in love with how the colors and textures came together and looked so effortlessly stunning!

Vendors:
Photography – Ashley Largesse // Styling + Design – Kate Dawson Events // Florals – Valley Flower Company // Linens – Occasions // Invitations – Christa Alexandra Designs // Rentals – Rain or Shine // Makeup – Jennifer Perellie // Calligraphy – Judith Browne // Jewelry – Starling // Venue – Cedar Circle Farm

There’s something so dreamy about this shoot from Chanele Rose Flowers & Styling. Maybe it’s the dusty pastel palette of the florals (beautiful,right?) or the glowey lighting, or the lace robe…? Eitherway, we feel both inspired and relaxed while looking at these heavenly images from We Are Origami Photography. Enjoy!

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From the Stylist: What better way to escape the cold Sydney climate…than to dream of a warm place in the sunlit desert of pure white sand and earthy tones…The inspiration of this shoot stems from sun kissed days and glowing tones of the desert sunset when combined with a red-haired beauty of porcelain skin as white as snow along with delicate laced robes and trailing veils; we are now exuding with romance. We used various cacti plants with ample candles that resemble our desert and play off the gorgeous sunset combined with an intimate table setting overflowing with lush copper desert tone and textured floral details. A combination of flowers such as hellebore, cymbidium, poppies, peonies, garden roses and parrot tulips create a soft textured sunset feel.

Photography: We Are Origami Photography // Styling and Florals: Chanele Rose Flowers & Styling // Furniture and Props: Chanele Rose Flowers & Styling // Lace Robes & Hair Accessories: Three Sunbeams // Hair and Makeup Artist: Amy Chan Hair & Makeup Artistry // Model: Arielle Banks from Platform Model Management // Cinematography: Love Storm Films // Film Scanned and Developed by: The FIND Lab //

Sunset Desert Editorial from Love Storm Films on Vimeo.

We were spellbound when the destination wedding gurus over at The Eventeur sent us these images by The Love Studio. Seriously, you guys, this shoot is incredible! Mahla Pourshamsa, the company’s founder, director and creator of this other-worldy-amazingness had this to say about the shoot’s Mexico location: “Uayamon embodied all things that represent the sacred bond of marriage: a mystic sense of peace and protection alongside an infinite mystery that will never be truly known.” Word.

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The shoot was dreamed up years ago, when I saw an image that captivated my imagination and I spent days tracking down the location: Hacienda Uayamon in Yucatan, Mexico. There is an endless array of spectacular haciendas in Mexico but Uayamon was worth all it took to get there. Our car filled with cactus and various decor items from local artisans, we, along with The Love Studio took on the long drive from Merida to a hidden paradise located literally in the middle of the jungle. After about 2.5 hours on the road we turned down a back trail through a dense forest and for the next 25 minutes we were on our own with no car in sight. The Hacienda was unoccupied for the day to accommodate our shoot and the absolute silence accentuated its mystic serenity.

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We wanted to create an unforgettable tablescape filled with velvety shades, soft textures, accents of burnished gold and whispers of times gone by. No trends – just a setting for a lavish dinner as moody and powerful as the Hacienda itself. We wanted to carry the Hacienda’s dramatic fusion of history and nature to our shoot. But we also wanted to include contemporary elements of Mexican design, so we teamed up with Aurea Galeria in Merida and they lent us the unique hand-crafted cactus pots in wood and ceramic.

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Rue De Seine’s Dahlia dress from Loversland, epitomized the character of the unique bride we were dreaming of. Hacienda Uayamon was more than a venue that fit the profile, it was the destination and the inspiration itself. With all its drama and effortless grandeur. The grounds were uneven and the walls raw on its antique decaying buildings, it was powerful yet rare and delicate. Uayamon embodied all things that represent the sacred bond of marriage: a mystic sense of peace and protection alongside an infinite mystery that will never be truly known.

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Creative Concept & Styling: The Eventeur // Photography: The Love Studio // Florals and Rentals: Lamadrid Weddings // Rentals: Ana Laura Q Eventos // Dress: Loversland // Hand-crafted pots: Aurea Galeria // Stationery: Anista Designs  // Cake: Uhlala Reposteria // Hair & Makeup: Cindy Sanchez Salon // Location: Hacienda Uyamon (Champeche, Mexico)