What could be more romantic than a rose garden wedding? This unbelievably stunning shoot from Taralynn Lawton Photography at the Film & Flora Workshop hosted by Michael Radford Photography and Tinge Floral celebrates some of the most incredibly talented wedding professionals and gorgeous bridal style. From lush spring garden florals to romantic modern wedding dress from Emily Riggs Bridal, this shoot has it all!
A palette of ivory, peach, and lemon yellow set off the elegant natural shades of the gardens at Rose Story Farm, freshly in bloom for spring. To complement the lush garden florals designed by contributing florists, Foraged Floral, Renegade Floral, DiMauro Originals, and Kiersten DeVore, the styling team selected simple and modern bridal gowns. Stunning designs by Emily Riggs Bridal provided sleek silhouettes and floating skirts in lemon yellow taffeta, blush chiffon, and bohemian lace. Gauzy veils added the perfect touch of romance to the magic of Southern California sunshine.
To take full advantage of the beauty of the flower farm, the team set up a table outside under climbing roses, lavender blooms, and strands of bistro lights. Elegantly textured natural linens and rustic wood chairs set the scene for chic pottery place settings with cut crystal glasses and modern rose gold flatware. Taper candles and peach roses added to the organic touches adorning the table, and beautifully tied in the naked cake with lush neutral flowers.
PHOTO CREDITS –
Photography by Taralynn Lawton Photography | Workshop hosted by Michael Radford Photography and Tinge Floral | Located at Rose Story Farm | Floral Design by Foraged Floral, Renegade Floral, DiMauro Originals, and Kiersten DeVore | Wedding Dresses and Veils by Emily Riggs Bridal | Bridal Hair and Makeup by 10.11 Makeup | Wedding Cake by Whisk & Whittle | Stationary Design and Paper Goods by Mon Voir Calligraphy | Furniture Rentals by Found Vintage Rentals | Linen Rentals by La Tavola | Place Settings by Casa De Perrin | Model from Hello Gorgeous Models | Sponsored by Richard Photo Lab & Flutter Magazine