Starting with a soundtrack of southern rock and folk from the 1970’s, the team behind today’s styled shoot imagined a modern-day Stevie Nicks getting married… And it’s GORGEOUS. Harmony Creative Studio began with several textures, namely: wood, silver, pottery, pampas grass, lace, and macramé. Combining those with the adjectives of ‘romantic’, ‘organic’, ‘strong’, ‘earthy’, along with the talents of florist, Shindig Chic, and photographer, Katie Pritchard, this shoot definitely speaks to all the bohemian brides out there.
Get ready to fall in love, let’s take a look!
Navy blue, gold + touches of decorative pampas grass, along with pottery — how elegant is this invitation suite by Simply Rooted Calligraphy?
Harmony Creative Studio shares You want the *perfect dress* — for it to be timeless, one that you won’t look back on in 20 years and have a ‘What was I thinking?’ moment. Yet, you also want it to be fashionable and most importantly – you! I love the trend towards reception dresses, and also just having another dress for photos if your timeline can swing it. For our ceremony, we choose the lace ‘Felix’ dress from Tara Lauren.
For the ceremony backdrop, they kept it with the very neutral pampas grass and added in striking blue vases for a pop of color.
Paired with the vintage chairs from Party Pleasers, this tablescape took on a rustic, vintage and overall boho vibe.
Angelena of Shindig Chic always knows just what to add to make it perfect. In this case, just the softest sprinkling of light copper colored sweet peas added so much life and depth to the overall design it was amazing. Add in carved wood bowls, freeform pottery and modern glassware, and the finished table felt so organic and inviting.
The organic feeling of the day was brought with the welcome baskets with fresh baked bread, handmade caramels + small batch jam and wine, and the mismatched vintage glassware for the bar.
Indigo blue and with touches of macramé — this creative confection was crafted by Frost It! Cakery.
The team went up to the very tip-top of the Brookview Ranch property to take sunset bridal portraits in the boho ‘Topanga’ dress from Island Bridal. It’s fringe, fun, and all things fabulous!
Yes, you’re seeing that right — it’s a floral topped wind chime! Just something different – have your florist add dried flowers and you can hang it outside your new home for a reminder of your special day.
Keeping the bride glowing all day were the expert hands of hairstylist, Marlo Lynn, and makeup artist, Bee Pretty Makeup.
How incredible was that?! From lace and fringe, to pampas grass and macramé… What was your favorite design element?
As always, thank you SO MUCH to the talented team that put together this styled shoot!
photography: Katie Pritchard // venue name: Brookview Ranch, Agoura Hills, California, USA // event design: Harmony Creative Studio // planning: Harmony Creative Studio // florals: Shindig Chic // wedding dress: Tara Lauren // wedding dress boutique: Bride Boutique LA // hair stylist: Marlo Lynn // makeup artist: Bee Pretty Makeup // paper goods: Simply Rooted Calligraphy // cake: Frost It! Cakery // desserts: Frost It! Cakery // tabletop rentals: Party Pleasers // furniture rentals: Party Pleasers // fringe dress: ‘Topanga’ dress from Island Bridal
If Stevie Nicks got married today, she would wear black lace over white, like she did the first time.