From saturated florals to chalky hues to creative calligraphy, this styled shoot warms up winter in the South (and has us all wishing we were born red-heads).
There’s just something about the South that no other place on Earth can emulate — a fact that this Nashville editorial communicates so clearly. Dreamy details, like storied cobblewood beneath the bride’s understated ivory gown, have us ready to buy a Southern-bound plane ticket (like, yesterday). Shot at the historic Cheekwood Gardens, this styled shoot reminds us of everything we love about winter: muted smoke-blue place cards evoke the feeling of a rainy day, burnt orange floral accents have us feigning for a pumpkin spice latte, and the bride’s decadent fur cape communicates a sense of cozy that (almost) makes us wish winter would stick around forever. We love that To La Lune threw perfection to the wind for this one and, instead, opted for real details chock-full of character: the groom’s worn wing-tip leather boots and purposefully unstructured floral arrangements tell a story that we aren’t ready to stop reading. So, stick a cinnamon stick in whatever it is you’re sipping and get ready to hang on to these final chilly winter weeks, because this one’s sure to leave you saying, “Summer, who?”