When Northern California wedding photographer KELLI LYNN was planning this shoot, she imagined pulling in on a road that intertwined through trees, leading to an old manor home that was surrounded by trees and flower gardens. "I envisioned loose and whimsical florals that were soft, yet provided some boldness as well. The idea of a secret garden came to mind" Kelli says. Nestled in the heart of Kentucky, the historic WARRENWOOD MANOR is full of southern charm and rustic elegance and made for the perfect backdrop to Kelli's vision.
WHITE CAT WEDDINGS created the stunning floral arrangements that were inspired by movement and whimsy. She used florals that displays a way to use colorful florals in a high-end way. The way the florals accentuate the cake designed by Batter and Buttercream make it seem like a cake found in a fairytale. The calligraphy and invitations were created by The Letter J Creates. To continue with the shoots vision, she used hand-made paper that had dried flowers pressed into the paper. The bride's Claire Pettibone dress and cape provided such elegant movement and the floral detail on the cape was such a natural accent to the wedding inspiration. The dress paired with the blue Generation Tux created a sense of elegance, combined with a sense of wonder.
A huge thank you to Northern California wedding photographer KELLI LYNN for sharing this beautiful wedding inspiration with us. Kelli is a valued member of the Magnolia Rouge Vendor Guide. We love her approach to her job; "Building relationships and having a true connection with my couples is important to me. I want to be the best for you on your wedding day and I strongly believe that forming a friendly relationship with my couples allow me to provide you with the best possible service. Photography is my mission field of sorts, and in order to serve you better, I think getting to know you better is key." You can read a short interview with this Northern California wedding photographer HERE.