Organic Spring Wedding by Julie Paisley Photography and Cedarwood Weddings
Is the spring coming?” he said. “What is it like?”...
”It is the sun shining on the rain and the rain falling on the sunshine...
— Frances Hodgson Burnett

The warm winds blow and with them comes a powerful sense of rejuvenation. A moment in time when we feel inspired by the freshness in the air and the new opportunities that lie before us. Spring brings with it a new excitement, a time when love is young and we find ourselves full of joy just to be in the presence of it. Today's Spring inspired wedding shoot, captured beautifully by the lovely Julie Paisley Photography, leaves us dreaming of warmer days and looking forward to the essence of Spring.

From Linda Wright of Cedarwood Weddings: "The freshness of earth when sunshine and breezes meet in spring is intoxicating. Love is alive with promise and celebration, and the Cedarwood Weddings design team wanted to capture this lightness and joy in a fine art editorial shoot with Julie Paisley.

Styling features the emerging treasures of the season with delicate greens and buds that anchor, but do not overwhelm the natural landscapes.  Elements are understated, taking on an organic sophistication that lets the emotions of our bride and groom take center stage.

Spring breezes play with fabric and ribbons, generating a graceful flow that brings an added dimension of movement to design elements. A custom wood altar signifies the trifecta of spring - balance, beauty and bliss.   With the aura of a wholesome Ingenue in her elegant slip gown, foraged flower bouquet and fresh ivy hair crown, our bride glows with playfulness and the promise of wedded passion."


Photography: Julie Paisley Photography | Venue, Florals & Styling: Cedarwood Weddings | Rentals: Liberty Party Rental | Dress: White Dresses Boutique | Hair: Locks by Leslie | Stationery: Designs in Paper | Cake: Patty Cakes

My goal is to capture what is real, with nothing forced or posed. I want to tell stories. I want you look at my images and feel something. Connection is huge for me, I feel in order to capture the real you, I need to get to know you first. I want to become your friend and give you an experience, not just take pretty pictures.
— Julie Paisley