Over the years we’ve seen some incredible shoots in some really fun places – like this one, set in an old glass factory + this pretty, which took place in the middle of the desert! But today’s wedding inspiration, staged at tipi and llama farm in Georgia, just might be the most fun location yet! The concept for the shoot, bohemian glam, was dreamt up by the lovely Lindsay Coletta and was inspired by the happy-go-lucky gypset lifestyle, juxtaposed with more glamorous touches. Think a sparkly BHLDN dress, lush, romantic florals and bits + pieces of glittering metallic design elements. We’re pretty sure you’ll be able to find a thing or two that jumps out at you as a fun idea or perhaps is just the inspiration you need for your upcoming wedding!
So glad Our Labor of Love was there to capture the magical and enchanted vibe of the shoot! Let’s take a look…
We’ve already gushed over the gown, but what about that gorgeous head piece + marabou wrap? So perfect, right? They were scooped up at Kelly’s Closet, a funky little bridal shop in Atlanta.
Is this styling unreal or what? A whimsical garland decorating the tipi’s entrance, a railroad cart table adorned with gold-leafed geodes + the prettiest place settings and casual, pillow seating all helped perfectly highlight the boho theme.
Oh hello cute new friends! We think llamas should be invited to more weddings! :)
And a cozy bonfire feels like the perfect end to the perfect day! Big thanks to everyone below for sharing their talents with us today!
photography: Heidi Geldhauser of Our Labor of Love // florals: Lindsay Coletta // wedding dress: BHLDN // hair stylist: Claudia Mejerle // makeup artist: Claudia Mejerle // paper goods: Jamie Jimenez, Yours is the Earth // design concept: Lindsay Coletta // styling: Mandy Kellogg Rye, Waiting on Martha // table: Blue Eyed Yonder // head piece: Kelly's Closet // marabou wrap: Kelly's Closet // men's attire: Bloomingdale's // jewelry: Bloomingdale's // llama farm: Atlanta Lamas, North Ga canopy tours