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Feminine + Lush Spring Bridal Inspiration

If we are being totally honest with ourselves, January is not our favorite month. We are inevitably exhausted from the craziness that is always the fall season and a couple years ago we vowed to take January off for rest and recuperation. Inevitably, this rest and recuperation leads to feeling bored and despondent which leads to trolling social media which inevitably leads to us feeling useless. These feelings make us think we shouldn’t be lazy in January, we should be out there working and creating. We then remind ourselves that in December we were so tired ( and sick) we couldn’t think straight and we vowed to take January off for a very specific reason, to rest. Why is resting so hard? These thoughts go through my head every single January, year after year and it always results in the same conclusion, resting is good but resting is hard. With the rest that comes in the winter so do the piles of images from all the hard work done throughout the year. This was the first shoot we did last Spring, we partnered with Lisa Blume and shared the styling tasks. Lisa acted as the fashion stylist and we did all the flat lays and prop styling. This feminine tablescape and lush bridal bouquet featured plenty of lush Spring blooms and are just Part 1 of 3 of the images we will share of this shoot. We had a ton of fun flexing our creative muscles and pushing creativity with some pretty imaginative stuff. Lisa is drawn to feminine high fashion and we love anything with a modern touch that requires a bit of a wild imagination. We thrive on imagination and hope these images leave you feeling inspired and a bit of excitement that will get you through the rest of this winter! Spring is just around the corner, hang on there dear friends! Our shoot was featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs last month.  If you want to see more of this feminine bridal inspiration at The Anderson House in Washington D.C., it’s right here

Pro-Tip:

To achieve your very own luxurious feminine look use plenty of texture in your floral pieces. A variety of texture gives depth and dimension to your pieces that lends to a very luxurious aesthetic.

 

Photographer & Fashion Stylist | Lisa Blume || Venue | The Anderson House || Linens | La Tavola || Floral Design & Styling | La Fleur du Jour || Flatware | West Elm || Tableware & Candelabras | CB2 || Mini Cakes | Winnie’s Bakery || Chairs | Bella Villa Rentals || Hair Stylist | Hair by Giselle || Make Up Artist | Make Up By Kevan || Hair Accessories | Melinda Rose Design || Ring | Trumpet and Horn || Veil | Hitched Salon || Fashion Pieces| Elie Saab and See By Chloe || Model | Cari Funkhouser Calligraphy | Owl Post Calligraphy ||