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Bohemian Dreaming

Jun 13, 2020

Boho-chic, Southern styled shoot with earth tones and a whimsical farm setting at North Corner Haven in Lancaster, South Carolina 

 

This styled shoot blended boho-chic elements and true Southern romance, with a remarkable farm venue creating the idyllic backdrop.

“One of our favorite elements of how this shoot turned out was how well the models did with bringing the concept to life,” said Bradley Rhyne of Ole Mason Jar Clothing.

The model was an absolute vision in her bridal look, wearing a fashion-forward off-white gown with bold curved lacework. Featuring an open back and a plunging neckline framed with vine trim, the form-fitting gown was timeless and sexy.

Her hair was styled in a top knot with a few stray curls framing her face, which was glowing in dewy, neutral shades. To round out the look, she wore a few pieces of minimalist jewelry, including layered gold necklaces and petite pearl hoops.

“We wanted everything to match the aesthetic that we had selected,” said Rhyne, “so the hair and makeup matched perfectly with the boho gown and our forest green suit.”

The custom suit, created by Ole Mason Jar Clothing, fit the groom like a glove. It was perfectly tailored and paired with a rust orange tie and a white dress shirt.

 

“The green suit that we created for this shoot was such an out-of-the-box idea,” said Rhyne.

For his boutonniere, the arrangement was made from dried grasses, fresh greenery and a pheasant feather. This natural, whimsical floral design was the focal point of the shoot, starting with the bridal bouquet overflowing with wildflowers and feathers.

She carried the mixture of pampas grass, dried fern leaves and roses in shades of blush, ivory and rust orange, as her groom stood next to her for photos. They first posed outside of the industrial space, atop a seagrass rug and surrounded by charming lanterns and an oversized arrangement of florals and dried grasses.

Inside, the photographer captured the couple sharing intimate moments while warm, natural light streamed in through the expansive glass windows. Exposed wood paneling and concrete flooring created a picturesque contrast between industrial and boho-chic.

As golden hour hit, the bride did a quick dress change. For the model’s second look, she stunned in a figure-sculpting crepe gown in beautiful off-white. The floral lace flared into dramatic bell sleeves, while a plunging neckline and open back added romantic accents.

She linked arms with her groom, as he escorted her down an enchanting gravel walkway. The abundance of lush greenery added whimsy, while twinkling market lights overhead added an element of coziness to the moment.

All eyes were drawn toward the bride’s natural woven, half-moon clutch - which doubled as a fan with the wispy wild feathers and burnt orange dried grasses branching out of it. For the ceremony site, the set-up was tucked away in the most tranquil farm setting.

There was a wooden, arrow-shaped arbor, and a statement installation of fanned feathers, dried bunny tail and earthy blossoms. At the foot of the structure, there was a matching, magical arrangement in a large wooden basket.

After a few shots in her lace-trimmed, fingertip veil, the bride traded in her tulle for denim. She gave the photographers her dreamiest, over-the-shoulder gaze while donning a trendy, acid-wash denim jacket. The piece featured gold embroidered stars, crescent moons and roses on the back, with “RIDE OR DIE” in block lettering.

At the end of the shoot, the couple got cozy in the open farm fields. They laid down on top of a bed of grass, while the team captured the moment with a breathtaking aerial shot.

Congratulations to this amazing team of vendors! 

Looking for one-of-a-kind, custom suits? Check out Ole Mason Jar Clothing HERE!


Creative Team

Attire
Lovely Bride Charleston

Planners
Lovers Society

Beauty
Look Love Beauty

Photographers
Connection Photography

Venues
North Corner Haven

Florists
Meraki Blommor


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