On Monday, we shared a vibrant garden editorial feature + today we have yet another take on the classic idea of a garden wedding celebration, but this one has a stunning, modern twist. The images, by Taralynn Lawton, were taken at the Film & Flora workshop hosted by Michael Radford and Tinge Floral at the gorgeous Rose Story Farm near Santa Barbara, California.
It’s easy to get lost in this dreamy color palette of blush, lavender, garden greens, soft golds, and steely blues – topped off with some gorgeous Southern California light! The florals were beyond, beyond, and the modern feel comes through via simplistic styling + simple photo compositions. The setting is at once simple, elegant, and completely current which was a perfect way to highlight the lush garden-inspired floral design!
The ethereal gowns + veils, provided by Emily Riggs Bridal, helped set a romantic tone for the workshop.
Dreamy, dreamy pastel bouquets…
We always love a peek into a workshop! And this one looks like it was just so good. Thanks to the hosts, Michael + Ashely, to Taralynn Lawton for sharing her photos + to the rest of the team below for their work!
photography: Taralynn Lawton // film + flora workshop hosts: Michael Radford Photography and Ashley Beyer of Tinge Floral // planning + design: Ashley Beyer of Tinge Floral // venue: Rose Story Farm, Carpenteria, California // florals: Tiffany Siladke of A Splendid Occasion // gowns + veils: Emily Riggs Bridal // hair + makeup: 10.11 Makeup // other floral contributors: Renegade Floral and Kiersten DeVore // cake: Whisk & Whittle // stationery + menus: Mon Voir Calligraphy // linen: La Tavola // tables: Found Vintage Rentals // table settings: Casa De Perrin // model agency: Hello Gorgeous Models