Organic Wedding Inspiration by Red Fern Photography
 
If you are not too long, I will wait here for you all my life.
— Oscar Wilde

Warm romantic tones and soft delicate details perfectly harmonized to send our hearts a flutter. The design for today’s editorial is the perfect blending of modern edges and clean lines with feminine and whispy intricacies. Styled and designed by Kari Ellen Events, the shoot leaves us yearning for warm evenings by the fire during the first crisp evenings of fall.

From designer Kari Ellen Events: “In designing this editorial, we aimed to combine femininity with modern lines. The clean white slate within the venue created the perfect backdrop. The contemporary feel carried over into the custom- made wedding gown, but was softened with a lush bouquet of Queen Anne’s lace, ranunculus, and sweat pea. The rich golden colors intertwined with shades of cream was designed with the intent of showing brides how to go bold with neutral tones. We wanted to add a more feminine touch by including romantic but modest bridal boudoir portraits. Bringing in subtle vintage elements and delicate calligraphy kept the aesthetic soft, while the asymmetry and modern pieces gave the overall atmosphere a fresh outlook.”

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Photography: Red Fern Photography | Planner & Styling: Kari Ellen Events | Floral: Olive Grove Design | Cake: Crumb & Kettle | Calligraphy: Proper Letter | Rentals: Coral Lane Rentals | Rings: Lauren Belle | MUAH: Beauty and the Blush | Venue: Place at Tyler | Dress Designer: Elizabeth Leese | Accessories: Hushed Commotion | Bridal Robe: Iselle Design Studio | Model: Breanna Young from The Campbell Agency | Model: John-Paul Crisman

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I’m a fine art wedding and lifestyle photographer. I’m passionate about capturing the moments of emotions that are so fleeting in your story. I love to get to know the couples and families I work with so that I can create fun, emotional, real images for my clients. Images that truly capture this moment in their life and every detail that goes along with it.
— Rebecca Fougerousse