July 9, 2020 / Weddings
Summer Orange Dallas Styled Shoot - The White Sparrow
We’ve been up to some really exciting things here at Lavishly Lux Studio. Case in point: This rustic romance styled shoot! I recently teamed up with a few of my fav wedding industry professionals here...
Summer Orange Styled Shoot
July 9, 2020
We’ve been up to some really exciting things here at Lavishly Lux Studio. Case in point: This rustic romance styled shoot! I recently teamed up with a few of my fav wedding industry professionals here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to create some serious bridal magic. Photographed by yours truly, with design and planning by Traveling Weddings with Taylor, co-planning by Rachel Rose Weddings and Events, and floral by Event Stems Floral, this shoot was truly a dream come true. Keep reading to discover more about the shoot and to scroll through some AMAZING photos from the day!
The day began with everyone arriving at our venue for the shoot, The White Sparrow. The White Sparrow is a Dallas-Fort Worth wedding venue northeast of the city that is the epitome of rustic chic. There is a gorgeous all-white barn on-site (that was our venue of choice for the day), as well as acres upon acres of countryside surrounding it.
Once the scene was set up and our stunning model was ready to go, it was time for me to start capturing some dreamy wedding photos! There are so many aspects of this shoot that I loved. First, we chose a very bright and vibrant, summery color palette that would pop against the white walls. The tablescape was covered in purple velvet linens and was accented by gold tableware, candlesticks, and vases. Meanwhile, wooden chairs and white ceramic plates tied in with the rustic atmosphere of the venue.
Then there are the flowers, which definitely blew me away! They screamed summer romance and I wanted to take every last arrangement home with me. On the tablescape was the perfect bouquet of orange, blue, white, pink, and blue flowers. The color combination was divine, as were the flower choice – roses, peonies, sweet peas, and ranunculus (my personal favorite). The bridal bouquet was similar to the table arrangement, loose and organic, yet lively with a mix of greenery and colorful fresh cut flowers. The real show stopper was definitely the floral arch, which was the most stunning flower arch I’d ever seen. It was absolutely covered in vines and greenery, which trailed down to the floor and weaved their way into two larger floral arrangements on each side. Vibrant flowers were dotted throughout the greenery.
Last but not least, can we talk about the model’s orange gown? I am a huge fan of non-traditional wedding gowns and this one by Millia London ticked all the boxes for me. The pastel orange hue was soft, beautiful, and unique all at once. Our model was giving off major summer sunset vibes, especially when the dress was paired with a bold red lip and a smoky golden eye.
Overall, between the fiery tulle gown and the overflowing floral arch, this has to be one of my favorite styled shoots I’ve ever been a part of. A HUGE thank you to the other wonderfully talented vendors that brought this shoot to life at the White Sparrow.