Jennifer and Todd’s Warm and Relaxed Boho Inspired Terracotta Wedding in Costa Rica by Adri Mendez Photography
Today’s real wedding is a real beauty of true bohemian celebration. Both the bride and...
Today I am taking you on a feast for the senses, with delicious food, delightful flowers and the most stunning decor. This styled shoot is the perfect way to ease you into this cold Thursday morning. The shoot took place on 26th August at The Vine in New Ulm, Texas. It was put together by EPOCH CO+ Events and captured by Tiny Mum Photography. I just adore the colours, the rich yellows and oranges make this perfect for an autumn wedding, but also for a summer wedding with the deep citrus tones. The food is a great example of how you can turn a mciro wedding into a full on feast! Your guests will be super happy if they turned up to a wedding like this one, with full bellies as well as a feast for the eyes.
This Retro Harvest Sunset Inspired Shoot is the perfect inspiration for the couple that wants a micro-wedding that turns into an extravagant dinner party with their closest friends and family. The table was decorated with sleek dishes and flatware, dried citrus accents, vintage goblets, and family-style charcuterie for everyone to enjoy. We pulled inspiration from charcuterie boards, the variety of citruses, and the geometric vibes of the ’70s. The Vine in New Ulm with their back lawn overlooking their vineyard and lake made for the perfect micro-wedding ceremony space, and their grand fireplaces made for the perfect backdrop to the food-forward tablescape.
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