As planner Lauren Emerson explains, “We had a beautiful dress by Rime Arodaky that was a large inspiration for this shoot. The lace long sleeve top screamed tradition, but the open back and pleated skirt gave a nod to our fine art and modern style. We wanted a bouquet that would play into the juxtaposition of the dress and the ruffled petals of our Grace Rose Farm blooms and cleaner lines of the tuberose did just that. Our tablescape was a continuation of these clean lines and softer accents. We went with a monochromatic typography menu with a border placed on top of soft linen napkins. Our table runner was generously lent to us from Stella Wolfe and we absolutely loved how it draped over the hard edges of the wood and iron hairpin table legs. No detail was by mistake, we even chose the bentwood chairs to mimic the table leg shape.
My favorite detail of the shoot by far was the cake created by Sweet Fix RVA. Not only were the sugar flowers spot on with the selections we made for the bouquet and centerpieces but the overall texture and color of fondant were to die for. Amanda created a soft marbled almost paper-like appearance that we just couldn’t help but go gaga over.”
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Pippin Hill wedding photos by by Paris wedding photographer Molly Carr Photography |Contax 645 | Fuji 400H scanned by Photovision | Venue – Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyard | Workshop Host – Belle Lumiere Magazine | Lab Sponsor – Photovision | Stylist – Lauren Emerson | Hair + Makeup – Emily Tucker | Rentals – Paisley and Jade | Ribbon & Silks – Stella Wolfe | Papergoods – Typo Boutique | Model – Brianna Sumey | Dress Shop – The Dress Theory | Dress One – Avery by Rime Arodaky | Dress Two – Vivienne by Alexandra Grecco | Cake – Sweet Fix