The inspiration for this styled shoot comes from the beautiful cherry blossoms which mark the beginning of springtime in Washington DC. The designer wanted to showcase these flowers and demonstrate how they can be incorporated into various aspects of a wedding design. The rest of the design elements are kept simple letting the natural beauty of the flowers and the bride be the stars of the show.
Read all about the design details and the inspiration for this stylish springtime styled shoot.
This beautiful springtime styled shoot was inspired by the entrance of spring in the Washington DC area marked by the epic Japanese-gifted Cherry Blossoms to our city. We wanted to give our spring brides inspiration to work into their bridal portraits, invitations, tablescape, hair, and makeup. We have all seen the traditional engagement cherry blossom session, but we wanted to show brides how to do something a little different and get creative with the blossoms by bringing them indoors and utilizing them in the tablescape, styling, and even having them mirrored in the gorgeous Gossamer dress we used on our model. Springtime blooms and branches are a such a unique way to bring floral into your wedding table. Building the arrangement directly on the table giving the illusion of branches organically growing up from the center made the arrangement feel like it was part of the table. I think my favorite part about styling this shoot was the Gossamer dress that literally looked like it was pulled from a cherry blossom tree. The floral applique details were perfection mixed with our beautiful model’s perfect skin tone- made for some stunning portraits.
~ Veronica Rogers of Type A Society
Photography – Angela Newton Roy Photography
Design/Styling – Veronica Rogers, Type A Society
Flowers – Lori Tran of Wild Green Yonder
Stationary – Written Word Calligraphy
Dress – Shop Gossamer Original & Vintage Marchesa
Shoes – Bella Belle Shoes
Hair & Make Up – Anna Breeding
Rentals- Something Vintage Rentals