What a stylistic wedding! Holly had her heart set on a wedding designed around Free People and it came out even better than expected. From her comfortable and casual Free People white wedding dress, to the personally tye-dyed napkins and the handmade macramé made by Holly to hang from the arch – every detail did not go unplanned or unnoticed.
The guys looked especially handsome in their tweed vests and suspenders. Perfectly fit for a sunny day at the farm. They chose to go with the beautifully crafted wood tables from Harvest Table Company based locally in Lyons, CO. This allowed for an organic base to the flower centerpieces that were long and low and made in soft muted colors of dusty blue, silver, sage with subtle pops of cranberry and peach. The focus of the flowers was to concentrate on texture with a lot of greenery. This helped create a natural essence to the overall bohemian feel.
Abbey with Purple Summer Events was the wedding coordinator extraordinaire and working with her always allows for ease in the day and a friendly smile. Abbey is fantastic and will make your day so much more enjoyable and without worry! Yes, this is the point of having a wedding coordinator, but I think she is extra special.
Certain flowers you will see throughout these photos are: silver dollar eucalyptus, naked seeded eucalyptus, baby eucalyptus, assorted wild grasses, light blue delphinium, chocolate cosmos, cornflower, thistle, soft purple and green spotted hellebores, nigella pods, cranberry protea, burgundy dahlias and plumose.
All photos were taken by the ever-gracious, Earthy beauty, Taylor with Taylor Carlisle Photography. If you are attracted to the bohemian style, than this photographer is most certainly for you!