I have been waiting a long time to share this romantic bohemian Celtic wedding inspiration with you! Earlier this spring, I got an email from the lovely Kim of Flower Blossom Farm asking me if I could create a stationery set for their upcoming editorial shoot. I mean, yes please! I have collaborated with Kim once before on this Woodland Bohemian Editorial, so I already knew that the final look will be anything but fantastic. The theme for the shoot was “celtic glamour” with a bit of Lord of the Rings vibe but very elegant and sophisticated at the same time.This shoot was also featured on a popular bridal blog Wedding Chicks!
There was a lot of “lushness” (is that even a word?) to this shoot- a ton of fresh florals everywhere- anything from moss, to poppies, to roses and hydrangeas. And a ton of other plants and florals I have definitely pinned on my Pinterest but have no idea what they are called. It’s a good thing that I am a stationery artist and not a florist, I suppose. But anyway, these flowers are soooo beautiful!
Speaking of beautiful, I need to give credit to all the creatives that participated in creating this shoot. It really does take a village to design something this amazing! I should also mention that the incredibly talented Elena Wolfe shot these with a film camera, developed them, and then hand scanned them into the computer. Whoa, girl. You rock.
The creative team: Stationery: Bohemian Mint // Photography: Elena Wolfe Photography // Flowers: Flower Blossom Farm // Dress Boutique: Chamonix Bride // Dress: Sophia Tolli // Rentals: North Country Vintage Rentals // Wedding Planning & Coordination: A Charmed Affair // Jewelry: Zimmer Brothers // Cake: Sprinkleista Bakery // Horse & Carriage: Horse Carriage Service Saratoga Horse & Carriage // Music: The Pipe Band of Greene // Journal: The Bare Bride // Kilt: The Kiltmaker’s Apprentice
When Kim told me that the theme for the shoot was Celtic glamour, I immediately knew I wanted to do something with nature. I thought to myself- what if instead of a traditional envelope, these invitations came inside a leaf? So I handpainted and handcrafted an envelope to resemble a leaf and added the same leaf element into the whole invitation set and throughout the stationery. I added just a pop of gold for the extra dose of glam.
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