For the past year or so, Sarah Bradshaw has been organizing shoots to showcase various color palettes. It’s always a fun opportunity to get creative, work alongside a team of our insanely talented friendors, and to show off some of our favorite pieces. Plus, we always get the most beautiful photos back from Sarah! This particular shoot was centered around the color camel. Modern design elements contrasted nicely with free form flowers, rattan furniture, and bohemian design elements. Recently published in Moevir Magazine’s May issue, we loved going back through these photos and reliving some of our fav shots!
How stunning is this photo?! Linda Ha Events came up with the design concept for this color story and she opted to incorporate lots of handmade metal jewelry. In addition to pieces by The Salt Empire and Minoux Jewelry, some were handmade by the gorgeous model, Fecha! The gold and bronze accessories were perfect for the neutral color palette and perfectly complemented the elegant, modern gown provided by Lovely Bride DC.
We can’t get enough of this over-the-top installation by Sweet Root Village! All of the dried floral elements and natural hues look so great alongside our Cricket Rattan Ottoman. This is such a fun idea for a ceremony backdrop or photo booth installation!
We had been hunting for authentic Franco Albini pieces for ages before we snagged these babies in Fall Church. When Sarah reached out to us about this shoot, we knew their natural rattan frames and boho style was perfect for the camel color palette. Topped off with natural and rust colored pillows and accented with pampas grass, our Frankie Settee and Cricket Ottoman look picture perfect!
PHOTOGRAPHY: Sarah Bradshaw || DESIGN CONCEPT: Linda Ha Events || PAPER GOODS: Carta Plena || LOCATION AND FLOWERS: Sweet Root Village || MODEL AND HANDMADE JEWELRY: Fecha || HAIR/MAKEUP ARTIST: Anna Breeding || GOWNS: Vagabond Bridal & Sarah Seven || BRIDAL SHOP: Lovely Bride DC || JEWELRY: The Salt Empire & Minoux Jewelry || SHOES: Bella Belle Shoes || RENTALS: Something Vintage Rentals || STYLING PIECES: Good Junk Co ||