Farm to Table Bridal Inspiration
The moments we most remember in life, are usually not the grand, spectacular moments. The things we treasure most are usually not the most extravagant or elaborate. Usually, the moments we treasure are small - moments in a process and not at a destination. And the items, meaningful. Today's bridal inspiration is so authentic and full of those little details we love. Read more from photographer Sally Pinera below:
The beat of rain against the window. The fog that rolls into the rose garden. The wooden chair that rocks in your front porch with your favorite read by its side. Organic greenery that you picked yourself. We hoped to tell a story that is organic, natural, sweet and familiar to the heart. Inspired by natural earth tones and greens, we centralized this shoot set against the Smith House in Atlanta. The house aged gracefully and had many stories to tell. Calligraphy done by, Signora e Mare, focused on natural brown ink and was styled in a understated way. Muted greens, taupes, browns and creams were the highlight colors. Boudoir and gown pieces provided by Gossamer were adorned on our bride who took an effortless approach to her day to compliment the natural setting. A linen embroidered gown with a shawl from her mother, embraced her body. We hoped to embody a wedding that happened in the comfort of your home that was warm and inviting. Floral design and styling done by the amazing 12th Table, included organic elements this simple tablescape. Florals were lush with greens and natural branches. Overflowing kale and home grown eggs were on the side. A bride who foraged into the woods with a basket at hand.