I was in total awe when I saw this fabulous shoot brewed by Rachael Osborn Photography. Here, glamour marries grime and we are all so loving the concept! This one’s oozing with style and I’m sure you too can’t stop swooning!
A Bit About The Shoot
We wanted to do a bolder twist on the Pantone colors of the year, so in addition to the rose gold (which we incorporated even in the bridal gown by going with a non-traditional color instead of white!) we used a deep peacock blue paired with subtle hints of the softer blue. I think the deeper peacock gives it a sophistication and edge! — Rachael Osborn, Photographer
Extra Special Details
The bride – a modern Kate Spade-loving princess.
Not wanting a traditional white dress, she wore the ultimate princess gown from Justin Alexander c/o Savy’s Chic Bridal in Dixon, Illinois.
The groom – a motorcycle-loving, casual guy.
Warehouse 109 was definitely the right place for two people to marry with such different styles!
Class it up with some amazing details provided by Ever After Planning, and you have a marriage designed in style heaven.
Stunning hand-watercolored invitations by Emily Rose Ink.
We also included DIY his and her cocktails (recipe cards included) that matched the color scheme and incorporated a sweet, whimsical twist in using candy garnishes.
Pollen and Pastry also did an amazing job on the flowers, cake, and favors!
Inside these pretty boxes are deep peacock and gold macaroons and white-chocolate dipped oreos. Irresistible favors!
Photographer: Rachael Osborn Photography
Event Planner: Ever After Planning
Makeup Artist: Carly Pribich, Makeup Artist
Invitation Designer: Emily Rose Ink
Hair Stylist: Hair by Spair
Floral Designer & Cake Designer: Pollen and Pastry
Dress Store: Savy’s Chic Bridal Boutique
Reception Venue: Warehouse 109