Winter 2017 Styled Shoot
We wanted to do something a bit dark, a bit macabre, a bit different. We shot this on a freakishly warm February day at Slate Hill Cemetery, the oldest cemetery in Bucks County. Two months in the making, the goal of this shoot was to bring to life the deep vibrancy that free-form linear floral design can achieve while being playful in the materials used.
Featured in this bouquet are radishes, beets, apples, and heads of red cabbage. A mix of Italian ruscus, blue eucalyptus, parvolfolia, and fresh rosemary make up the lush greenery base. Pops of mini gerbera daisies and sunflowers with the petals pulled off reveal their dark black centers. Tulips, snapdragons and pincushion blooms are used as focal points of rich color saturation.
This bouquet features purple potatoes, artichokes, dried scabiosa pods, and pomegranate. Flora includes lisianthus, scabiosa, delphinium, and lily grass.
I’ve always been inspired by the different colors and vibrations of metal and have dreams about designing an all metal wedding. This design features a moss ball, a light bulb, an old key, and various gauge floral wire. The handle even has a small pocket watch on it with draping black chain. #callingallsteampunkbrides
Our model, Leah (@missleah2686), is a true beauty both inside and out. She is a full-time pastor and part-time missionary and also the best friend you could ask for. Mad love to the entire crew that made this shoot possible.