When it comes to elegant juxtapositions, I can think of none lovelier than enchanting garden florals paired with details in garnet and rose gold! This stunning Southern shoot by Rachel May Photography and Amore Events by Cody combines ethereal bridal styling with utterly romantic flowers in burgundy and peach.
The autumn gardens of Virginia’s Clifton Inn provided a graceful setting for this amazingly talented team to create an elegantly wild shoot. Whimsical Floral Design‘s peach roses and burgundy dahlias gleam like jewels against a backdrop of dreamy Southern green, accented with lush natural textures from the bride’s gowns and the Head Table. Gorgeous botanical flowers make a romantic statement paired with figs and vines of twining ivy, echoing the lines of the floral garland draped to create a simple, sweet ceremony.
When it comes to styling the stunning bride, Cody selected graceful, flowing gowns from BHLDN –Francine, a delicate v-neck lace dress added a classic touch, while the pleated chiffon skirt and beaded bodice of Persiphone added whimsy and romance. Gold and pearl headpieces from Percy Handmade were a sophisticated addition to two very different bridal hairstyles from Brianna Adams – a messy side braid and half-updo of loose, flowing waves. Rose Gold Glittered Heels and a petite garnet ring by Belinda Saville perfectly finished off the look with the gleam of precious gems and metals.
PHOTO CREDITS –
Photography by Rachel May Photography | Styling and Design by Amore Events by Cody | Coordination by Jaclyn Conlogue | Located at The Clifton Inn | Floral Design by Whimsical Floral Design | Wedding Dresses – Francine and Persiphone from BHLDN | Bridal Shoes – Rose Gold Glittered Heels by BHLDN | Bridal Headpieces by Percy Handmade | Event Rentals by Festive Fare | Cake Design by Maliha Creations | Calligraphy and Stationery Design by Joie de Vivre | Ribbon by Silk and Willow | Ring Design by Belinda Saville | Videography by East-West Production | Hair Styling by Brianna Adams | Bridal Makeup by Gohar Makeup