A heady dose of vintage romance and a palette of blush pink and crimson is perfect for Valentine’s Day – or any day of the year! Lush spring flowers and a dreamy color combination made this beautiful shoot sing, with film photography from Nicole Colwell Photography and the appropriately named Love Blooms! The adorable corgi puppy with a flower crown is the icing on the (drip) cake!
Vintage Romance in Blush and Berry
The bride’s effortless Essense of Australia gown fluttered in the brisk spring breeze as this stunning pair captured their portraits on the fields of Virginia’s Old Mill Farm. The strapless sweetheart lace bodice and flowing skirt perfectly suited the rustic surroundings. Love Blooms created an armful of stunning spring flowers, from a blush King Protea to crimson charm peonies to add drama and color in an ombre array.
Fresh greenery took its rightful place in the shoot, from the bride’s bouquet to garlands of leaves and flowers draped over the mismatched vintage chairs for the reception. The floral chair decor added a soft touch to the rustic Sweetheart Table, with vintage candle holders adorned with flower wreaths, and gold rimmed fluted of red and rosé wine to continue the color scheme! For The Love Of Sweets added a rustic spin to the on-trend drip cake, with blush frosting cascading down a nearly naked cake. A clutch of blush and berry flowers added the perfect topper! My favorite detail? The too cute for words corgi who accompanied the bride and groom, sporting his very own floral collar! Luckily this adorable addition is a signature of Nicole Colwell Photography!
PHOTO CREDITS –
Photography by Nicole Colwell Photography | Venue located at The Old Mill Farm | Floral Design by Love Blooms | Wedding Dress by Essense of Australia | Groom’s Attire by Jim’s Formal Wear | Bride’s and Groom’s Attire from Studio I Do | Stationery Design by Epoch Design | Catering by Pumpernickel Pickle | Wedding Cake by For The Love Of Sweets | Film processed by PhotoVision Prints
Love the colors. Great job.
The team did an incredible job – and they just so happened to use some of my favorite colors, too!