Spring 2018

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Today's Feature Post is a stunning collaborate shoot inspired by the heirloom pieces from our grandparents generations. Filled with ruby reds, fresh greens and yellow golds, it's filled with rustic glamourous details that we can't get enough of. A collaborative lead by Kaycee Lunde of Kaycee Ann Photography, meet the entire Creative Team after the jump!

From the photographer:

The inspiration for this shoot came from things that will never go out of style-- heirlooms like granddad's pocket watch & great-grandmother's pearls. Textures and colors that you are familiar with from poking around Grandma's jewelry box as a kid, or discover with ancient family photos in the attic. I wanted to play nice with the dry, warm weather we had in March by using muted colors & antique gold brought to life by a punch of luxurious mulberry. I wanted this shoot to have an authentic, rustic feel & the bouquet to be modern but not too polished-- our florist added gorgeous gold strands to the bouquet. Most of the shoot was photographed in front of my Family barn, which is 90 years old. Our bride had a convertible dress-- it was a gorgeous fitted lace cocktail dress with a removable, full-length tulle skirt which was simply stunning. There was a broad range of textures in this shoot, from worn leather, antique gold, sheer tulle, lace, pearls and the colors of late Winter.

Creative Team:

Photographer: Kaycee Ann Photography

Hair and Makeup: Studio 150

Jewelry, hair piece, boutonni re and broach bouquet : Where Memories Are Made

Florals: Corinthia flowers

Cake: Bubecakes

Bride's Attire: Cameo & Cufflinks

Bridesmaid's Attire: Delica Bridal

Paper suite: Wrinkle & Crease

Armchair Rental: Orange Trunk Vintage Rentals

Organizers: Kaycee Ann Photography, Victoria Blaire Photography, Pink Sky Photography

Models: Sarah Taylor, Kate Jelinski, Tyler Laverick, Nova Charlee