bride of green gables...

take a look at a recent collaborative shoot...























"Like something from my favorite storybook as a young girl, our photoshoot captures the innocence of a young bride, gathering a few of her favorite belongings and using them to create an effortless, intimate wedding affair in her own pasture. Every detail is based on timeless vintage pieces from an era long gone, but never forgotten. Freshly gathered floral arrangements bountiful in heirloom fruits such as tomatillos, citrus, and raspberries with blooms gathered straight from the feilds. A lovely cake wrapped with a fondant bow and dressed with delicate sugar lace piping. Delicate, sweet, and organic invitations and place cards set the tone for a family gathering that is charming and laidback.

Authentic vintage place settings, complete with 1940’s head vases bursting with a white duchess peony, burplap wrapped silverware atop antique napkins, and a delicious heirloom bosc pear place card holder sat atop a table strewn with antique bridal lace. Original cameras, radios, fans, lamps and baroque baubles circa 1930-1940 gave a nod to things of old and timeless romance.

Add trunks, old hat boxes, suitcases and I can see the heroin from my favorite book as a child... Anne. Anne of Green Gables, in front of her lovely green couch holding her luscious bridal boquet, resplendent with fluffy white cotton, blooming ranunculus, all tied with an vintage ribbon and trim... and waiting for her own storybook ending."
-Britney Ratto, RSVP Design Studio


CREDITS
Photography: NBarrett Photography
Event Design/Rentals: RSVP Design Studio
Flowers: Bows and Arrows
Cake: Sugar Bee Sweets
Paper: Southern Fried Paper
Fashion stylist: Cowboys and Indians
Hair: James Defrange
Makeup: Crystal Alcaraz
Prop Styling: Crisman Liverman
Dress: Priscilla of Boston
Jewelry: The Shining

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