With spring equinox taking place later this week I just had to showcase this beautiful inspiration, which takes it’s lead from the optimism and vibrancy spring brings following a long New England winter. Vintage inspired with rustic touches, highlights of verdant green and brimming with texture and elegance, it make for a wonderful spring wedding scheme…
Here’s what the team had to say about the shoot: Corey Tucker (of Corey Lynn Tucker Photography) has a love for antiques and barns and supporting local business. She discovered South Farms last summer at The Morris Marketplace (farmers market). Her friend, Amanda Glover of Amandabakes was selling delicious cider donuts from her Airstream and she introduced Corey to Ben Paletsky, the owner of South Farms. He was converting his third generation barn into a wedding and events venue to preserve the historic beauty for everyone to enjoy. He also raises grass-fed Galloway’s and is growing hops on the farm.With Corey’s love of historic places and farms, she dreamed up a mood board, styled and planned this shoot by recruiting talented vendors to join in the magic-making dream team. We had an extra special guest join us, Willy Nelson, a baby goat who stole everyone’s hearts.
Oh my Willy Nelson and his bleeting cute fern collar…I die!
Feeling inspired for spring?
//Credits: Photographer: Corey Lynn Tucker Photography//Equipment Rentals:Tents Unlimited//Photo Booth Equipment:179 Pictures//Bakery: AmandaBakes LLC//Jewelry:Barbaret Jewelers//Event Planner: Borrowed, A Vintage Inspired Company//Hair Stylist:Faye Liseo//Dress Store: Julie Allen Bridals//Floral Designer: Sarah Worden Natural Design//Heirlooms and extras: Sassafras Vintage Rentals//Event Venue: SOUTH FARMS//Paper Props: The Nice Paper Co.//Makeup Artist: Wedding Make Up By Candee Caldwell//Submitted via Two Bright Lights