The inspiration for today’s romantic editorial began with the idea to modernize the free spirited feel of the 1970s. An era filled with macrame, neutral hues + laid-back details, it’s the perfect jumping off point for designing a stylish wedding!
Conceptualized by photographer, Erin Trimble, the focal piece for this design is that amaze macrame backdrop by Sarah Trammel. As soon as Erin saw Sarah’s work, she knew she had to have her on board, and the rest of the design started to fall into place…
Love the pretty, indigo paper goods by Brylo Studio!
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The lace gown, by Lost In Paris, was an ideal match for Erin’s natural + romantic vision. And Tiffany Collins added some whimsical blooms to the mix to further further perfect the look for the shoot!
Steal this table’s gorgeous look with a macrame runner, brass vessels, blue taper candles + lace-pressed pottery plates!
As we all know, the magic is in the details. We love how the team below took a modern venue and added several handmade details to bring a unique element of warmth and romance to the day!
photography: Erin Trimble // venue name: The Pointe, Louisville, Kentucky // florals: Tiffany Collins // hair stylist: Ashley Meadows // makeup artist: Ashley Meadows // groom attire: H&M // paper goods: Brylo Studio // cake: Cake Flour // assistant photography: Susan Stewart // ceremony backdrop: Sarah Trammel // gown: Lost In Paris // styling: Adrian Minotti // vintage rentals: The Southern Soiree // table: Essential Details // chair rentals: Essential Details // model styling: Kirsten Pohle
Very stylish and inviting.