But today I'm pulling back the veil a bit to give you a little peek at the creative process. With creative direction and styling by Created Lovely Events and floral design by Lavender + Lace Floral Design there's so much pretty here and I'm just so thankful that Royce Sihlis Photography was there to capture every pretty detail.
From the designer, "When planning this shoot I really wanted to do something unique and wintery. I decided to forgo the table setting and let each vendor’s talent really shine in this mock vow renewal shoot. It was designed to be fresh and vibrant with a focus on romantic details and a nod to the holiday season."
More from the designer, "We chose to mix berry tones and greens with navy and peach for a unique take on a winter palette. Pinks and reds can be seen in the vibrant scarf for the bride, the bouquet and silk ribbon, and the delicious sugared cranberries on top of the cake. And then for contrast we added touches of navy and plum seen in the groom's attire as well as the sugared blueberries on the cake, and the gorgeous calligraphy."
So much to love about this. Am I right? So much work was put into bringing this wonderful shoot to life. But it's not just the lovely details I'm swooning for. You can just feel the love here. And there's good reason. You see, the models themselves were actually newlyweds themselves!
Oh, and how great is it to get a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes? I really enjoy seeing the creative process. And most importantly, it's just really great to catch a glimpse of how it all comes together. Furthermore, I'm just going to put this out there - but I personally don't think "wedding vendors" is an adequate name to describe what these dream teams do anymore.
Magic makers? Wedding artists? Event Stylists? Wedding Creatives? Yep, that sounds like a better fit. Here's to the creative ones!