Inspiration for the Modern Boho Bride
When my friend and fellow photographer, Amanda, asked to create a styled shoot with her, I was immediately on board. During this season, weddings are sparse so its fun to stretch your creative muscles and step into a new sort of challenge: styling. This shoot was a great opportunity to design a new wedding look. We designed two, but this blog post is Part 1 – The Modern Boho Bride.
There aren’t many brides who choose to get married in the months before Spring brings warmth back to the world. I get it. It’s cold and sometimes dreary, but it can still be beautiful. The transition from Winter to Spring was such fun inspiration in the design of this look. I wanted to mimic that transition from Winter to Spring, because I love the anticipation of Spring just around the corner. The snow is melting, the birds start chirping, and the world begins to wake up after a long period of hibernation.
This bridal inspiration was the breath of fresh air we all long for as winter is ending. I really love the bright spring flowers. The pops of purple, pink, and orange add life to the otherwise minimal color palette. I also love the drama of the tall thin cake. My favorite part, though, might be the statement hat by Lack of Colour. It invites a sense of whimsy and adventure to the entire look.
Make sure you scroll down to the end to see the amazing vendors who collaborated with us on this project! Many of them are local and all of them are so, SO talented!
Venue: Zurie Studio
Dress: White of Dublin
Hair and Makeup: Gabriella Oster and Erica Eigensee at the Bride Bar
Florals: Bear Roots Floral
Cake: Just You and Me Cakes
Invitations: Sydney Beth Designs
Model for this look: Rachel Haas; Model for Part 2: Jenna Wood
Ribbons: The Lesser Bear
Hat: Lack of Colour