There’s So Much Vintage Elegance in these Styled Wedding Scenes
by Brynlee Handy September 21
With all its sweet, vintage charm, this styled wedding shoot is filled to the brim with light and airy elegance, and we can’t get enough! In bright, sun-filled scenes captured by Stephanie Michelle Photography, wedding inspiration is everywhere you look – whether you want flawless natural makeup inspiration or need posing ideas for the most darling bridal portraits! A pale palette keeps things feeling soft, fresh and fun, and we love the addition of whimsical elements like the bike covered in greenery and floral! How cute! Tablescapes lined with blush velvet from AM Linen Rental tie everything together and feel just as effortlessly elegant as the rest of this vintage elegance inspiration shoot! Read on to hear from the photographer about the vision behind this styled wedding inspiration, a little bit about the vendors involved and some of her favorite details. Cheers!
Photos // Stephanie Michelle Photography
From the photographer: “The Barn at Paradise Plantation is hidden in the hill country of Paradise, Texas. Their vintage French bridal suite gave the barn an antique feel. Our model was made up with soft curls that complemented the fresh makeup on her porcelain skin by Southern Veils and Jessica Stoughton. This shoot focused heavily on intricate details like the shoes with the detailed rhinestone strap as well as the garden features from Kasey Code Co. on the invitation suite. Vintage china and blush velvet linen was provided by AM Linen Rental. This exquisite dress from Elizabeth Lee featured a detachable skirt train that gave it a fun twist! Our hues of French blue and blush pink complemented each other for a summer or winter style wedding.”
Still on the hunt for more vintage elegance? Check out this inspiration shoot, too!
Other Local Vendors: The Barn at Paradise Plantation, Glitter and Glue Weddings and Events, Stephanie Michelle Photography, Southern Veils, KC Photography and Design, T and T Flowers and Gifts, Jessica Stoughton, My China Place