Wednesday, October 26, 2011

{shoot} rustic burlap inspiration

Inspired by organic texture, reminiscent of the tactile diversity in nature, material composition of burlap, sheet metal, and wood were used to create this rustic ode to romance.  Emily Carter of Emily Carter Floral Design with Sharyn Peavey of Sharyn Peavey Photography combined these elements, against the pastoral setting of a barn amidst rolling green hills, as a design concept for this style shoot.  For the ceremony panels of burlap were hung with circular cutouts to allow natural light to stream in and reflect off of metal flowers with yellow craspedia centers.  Birch trees were propped within the barn for a more intimate and inviting setting.  The quality of bringing the outdoors, inside.  The bride and groom  were surrounded by a circle of rope, detailed with smilax and peonies, to reinforce the beauty of tying the knot.
The tablescape highlights reused and vintage materials.  Adorned with tin ceiling tiles as chargers, antique silver creamers and sugars, as well as wood containers for flowers.  The centerpiece, distressed wooden planks and moss wrapped votives atop a burlap runner.  The seating an unexpected mix of hay bales elevated on old wooden drawers with a linen covering.  
{Stationery} Papier Gourmet
{Catering} 111 Maine | Weddings and Events     
{Rentals} One Stop Party Shop 
{Jewelry} John McVeigh designs    
{Hair & Make up} Kate Pannill-Siersma    
{Event Design} A Family Affair     
{Models} Rosie Reighley of ME & DJ Travon Santerre of CA 

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13 comments:

  1. great texture, color and centerpieces!

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  2. I love burlap decor, it is great. beautiful wedding, beautiful pictures.

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  3. Lovely shoot. The colors are gorgeous!

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  4. Oh how I would love to style that barn ;-)) I adore burlap...and the hay bale seating! Fun.

    xoxo
    kristi

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  5. love the venue it was shot at...barns are just so perfect for weddings!

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  6. So inspiring. This shoot is amazing. Love the burlap!

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  7. Pretty pretty! That bouquet is phenomenal!!! Love it all!

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  8. So much burlap! I love it all!

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  9. Wondering if anyone knows what wine has that lovely dandelion blowing in the wind?

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