Vermont Bridal Inspiration | A Bohemian, Medieval-inspired Barn Wedding Photoshoot
Though it may be in the middle of the long, cold winter, today I'm sharing a post that looks back to this past summer, when I participated in a styled wedding shoot here in Vermont.
The shoot was organized by bridal designer Tara Lynn, who provided the beautiful handcrafted wedding gown, and Cecilia Leibovitz, creator of the intricate bridal headpiece seen here. The ethereal and mysterious images were photographed by Beana Bern at the Greensboro Barn.
I love this photoshoot's medieval-inspired feeling, and the contrast of old-world details, like vintage silver, with the woodsiness of Vermont's beautiful green landscape. I provided a butterfly-adorned necklace, a pair of barefoot sandals with twining vines, and a pair of mauve bridal earrings that complemented the gown's embroidery.
This shoot was featured in the latest issue of Vermont Bride Magazine, as well as the blog Sweet Violet Bride. See the full gallery here.
Photography: Beana Bern Photography | Flowers & Styling: Blomma Flicka Flowers | Dress: Tara Lynn Bridal | Hair & Makeup: Marie Turmel of The Milkhouse Hair Studio | Cake: Irene's Cakes by Design | Rings: Ni Designs | Furniture & Props: Vermont Vintage Rentals | Headpiece: Ceci Leibovitz Millinery | Props: Vermont Tent Company | Location: Greensboro Barn / Jennifer Ranz
Model: Natasha Wescom
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