Watson House Elopement by Melissa Blythe

We love when a creative team gets together and truly tells us a story. A story about love. A story that sweeps you off your feet and allows you to truly believe. Today's editorial from Melissa Blythe has done just that. It has taken us on a journey, through the story of this beautiful couple and their perfect elopement!

From photographer Melissa Blythe: "This part bridal boudoir and part wedding shoot was fueled by natural beauty and a dash of antique elegance. I wanted to bring together a team of like minded fine art vendors to collaborate and bring this vision to life. The Watson House is a waterfront wedding venue that is home to many photogenic backdrops such as a weeping willow tree, a beautiful porch that was perfect for Erin's boudoir photos, vine-lined arches and a dock that reaches out to the water. To bring the old worldly antique sense into the shoot I chose a vintage Jenny Packham dress with lace sleeves and silver serving trays for styling."

Photography: Melissa Blythe | Venue: The Watson House & Gardens | Styling & Florals: Dream Maker Wedding Estates | Hair & MUA: Rachel Davis | Calligraphy & Paper Goods: Bergen Lauren | Rings: Melissa Tyson Designs | Dress: Gossamer | Models: Tate Hanford & Erin Brown-Hanford

As a Fine Art Film Wedding Photographer, I strive to create romantic and luminoius photographs that have an organic feel to them. I am the perfect match for the refined bride who has appreciation for the finer things. loves attention to detail, adores art and wants a beautiful wedding captured in a timeless fashion.