Back in April, (yes this post is a tad bit delayed) I planned a styled shoot with some incredibly talented ladies. The theme I had in mind was a very soft and romantic shoot with subtle masculine touches. After I had my design aspect down, I set out to find the perfect vendors to pull off this vision.
I reached out to Ingrid from Tin Can Studios after stalking her instagram and becoming instantly obsessed. Her arrangements are breathtaking and she has such an incredible design eye. She created a jaw dropping bouquet and table scape that fit my vision perfectly. I am so honored to have been able to work for Ingrid, she is extremely talented and took a chance on me that I am still so humbled by.
I met Twah of Twah Doughtery over coffee one Sunday morning to chat. After 10 minutes of chatting, she truly helped me to have a more clear vision and direction of where exactly I wanted my business to move. I expressed to her my idea of the styled shoot and she was totally on board! Her style is really romantic and airy which was exactly how I wanted to photos to look. She did an unbelievable job and is someone that believed in me for which I am forever grateful!
Jillian from Bella Carta Boutique designed the wedding suite. She used wood for the envelope liner, her talent is unreal!
To add to the vintage aspect, vintage china is a must. Lauren from Borrowed has the most beautiful inventory!
The stunning yet simple cake was done by Erica O'Brien Cake Design
Seriously the dream team on this shoot was unreal, and to blow my mind even more it got featured on 100 Layer Cake! I can now die happy. Hope you are swooning over these pictures as much as I did!
Design & Styling: Ashley Peraino | Photographer: Twah Dougherty | Florist: Tin Can Studios | Stationary: Bella Carta Boutique | Vintage China Rentals: Borrowed | Cake: Erica O'Brien | Decor Rentals: Rent Patina | Model: Sydney Bakich | Bridal Gowns: Gabriella New York Bridal Salon, Elizabeth Fillmore & Johanna Johnson | Venue: Gran Electrica