We wanted a bright, bold color palette that not only utilized the Pantone Color of the Year (coral) in a new, fresh way, but that also welcomed in the beginning of spring. We used a variety of fruit to add texture and originality to the table, cocktails, and invitation suite. A few delicate and soft pink blossoms in our bride’s hair softened her look and added the perfect feminine touch. We hung florals and ferns in globes from a low-hanging branch to provide an earthy, subtle arch over the ceremony site.

This shoot was photographed using both film and digital mediums. The film images lend itself to a delicately moody tone, without being heavy or dark. I love the subtle tones and texture found only in film.

I needed something bright and cheerful after the dreariness of winter. I also wanted to challenge myself with fruit + a new color palette to work with. I was inspired by this painting found in the National Gallery of Art:


Venue – Mountain Magnolia Inn
Planner, Cocktails & Florals – Cordial & Craft
Photography – Meghan Harrison
Acoustic Guitar – Benjamin Warner
Cocktails – Cordial & Craft
Female Model – Alexis Rochelle
Male Model – Joshua Shipman
Backdrop artist – Bethany Joy

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