For those planning a lakeside wedding, this styled shoot is for you. This breathtaking lakeside view is brought to you by a lovely private residence in the Pacific Northwest, the gloomy and hauntingly beautiful state of Washington to be precise. We had the pleasure of featuring this shoot in the Spring/Summer 2015 issue.
Florals are a very integral part of the complete look of one’s wedding, so it’s important for your blooms to be beautiful no matter your color scheme. Whether pink and white roses or your personal favorite type of flower, consider adding more to the bouquet to add a more earthy, natural look that’s always in style.
When planning a lakeside wedding, it’s important to embrace the outdoors but that doesn’t mean you can’t bring the elegance outside. One look at this tabletop and it’s clear what can be done and work well even in a setting this table typically would not be seen in. Make sure you’re not too close to the water so none of these beauties find a new home but don’t restrain your dream look because of the water. Maybe bring a candle and say a little prayer.
The weather might be cool, especially by the lake, moreso during an evening or early morning ceremony. Whether fur or faux fur, make your statement piece your cover up. No one will expect it and you will wow everyone away. This works especially well if you go in favor of a headpiece rather than full veil.
When you see a moment to take an unforgettable shot during your photography session, take it. This is your moment. This is your chance. Don’t let this occasion pass without touching the sky. Especially in your gown. The stunning model here is slaying a beautifully unique, eco-chic gown made of reclaimed materials. A wedding in nature to the tenth degree. Swim. Fly. Take the chance.