Spring Bohemian Love

Styled Shoot
Earthy tones, dried florals, and pops of deep, brooding colors came together in this bohemian styled shoot made for spring!
Written by
Kimberly Lakenen

Earthy tones, dried florals, and deep, brooding colors came together in this laid back and stylish shoot coordinated by Amy Walz with Amy's Cherished Events and Candace Holmstadt with 651 Studio & Floral Design. The idea came from Holmstadt who was inspired by this year’s increased popularity in blue flowers with her upcoming brides and the colors representation of elegance and power. Alongside their team of vendors, they chose to combine her inspiration with a bohemian style made for spring.

A touch of drama and color were added with this backdrop and ballooon arch by Minne Merriments and the indigo and rattan rentals provided by A Family Affair Event Styling. Desserts by Emily Grace Cakes matched the aesthetics in a three-tiered confection with a textured white design adorned with a dried florals. For the florals, Holmstadt used a mixture of Graceland gerbera daisies, light pink and blue cornflowers and other dusty-hued garden roses. Because true blue florals are few and far between, she used spray painted fan palms and dyed pampas grass to bring in different shades of blue to her creations.

This occasion resulted in two striking, lacy looks for the brides provided by Ivory Bridal Co. The first was Elora by Madi Lane, an off-the-shoulder gown with a gitted bodice covered in a floral motif and a layered tulle skirt. The second was the knee length Mesilla dress by Willowby by Watters with a custom vintage-inspired lace trim that allowed the bride to show off her blue sued shoes.



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