We can’t help being completely fixated on these images, captured by Brushfire Photography while they taught attendees at a recent Photo Native Conference. Moody hues, lush florals and a modern aesthetic unfold vividly under the helm of Amber Reverie while handcrafted elements from Carli Anna and Annie’s Cakes add to the impressive beauty on display!
From Amber Reverie: When I travel, I am always drawn to the botanical gardens or horticultural collections of a region. Many of these collections were started during the Victorian era, when wealthy estates would bring in the most exotic and rare plants from all over the world to live within their greenhouses and orangeries. Walking through these turn of the century structures today, there is an aged mystique. Now-giant palms create interesting shadows in the hazy green light, and beads of water cling to filmy glass. The sense of quiet awe felt in this atmosphere seems perfect for a modern, romantic bride, wandering through and admiring the intricacies of each alluring specimen with reverence and reflection.
Photography: Brushfire Photography | Florals and Styling: Amber Reverie | Workshop: Photo Native | Paper Goods and Backdrop: Carli Anna | Wedding Dresses: Carol Hannah | Wedding Cake: Annie’s Cakes | Model: Emerson Neville | Hair and Makeup: Leslie Lind | Haze: Atmosphere Aerosol | Venue: Brick Room
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