Feminine + Lux Mountain Elopement Shoot
Feminine + Lux Mountain Elopement Shoot

This beautiful styled shoot took place in the Appalachian Mountains, a popular destination wedding spot for brides from Atlanta, GA and the Greenville-Spartenburg, SC area.

Oftentimes with mountain weddings, we see an automatic default to rustic style with common design details such as wildflowers, aged wood, and burlap. While this style is beautiful, we wanted to show that mountain weddings in lodges with a rustic feel can actually have a wonderful modern and feminine feel. Events by Kathie and I set out to modernize and minimize rustic mountain wedding style in this shoot. Choosing high contrasting flowers with minimal greens, a simple, unadorned chiffon dress, and elevated appetizers, desserts and design details, we created the feeling of a luxury wedding with a nod to the rustic mountain landscape.

Photo by: Juliana Renee Photography

Modern + Moody Mountain Wedding
Modern + Moody Mountain Wedding

Heather + John’s Mountain wedding started with a rainy fog that highlighted their modern and moody style perfectly. The spring wedding flowers were white and blush with touches of fun spring greenery and fresh foraged honeysuckle. The floral design was inspired by the bridesmaid dress which was a feminine but refined dress with a pastel floral pattern. Taking the feminine and refined tone of the dress, we made a neutral pastels color palette and blended it with the flowers of spring, most noticeably peonies and honeysuckle. The shape was to be a refined organic shape, minimal ingredients with fun organic texture creates a natural but modern look.

Photo provided by: Mary Hannah Harte Photography

Moody + Modern Mountain Wedding
Moody + Modern Mountain Wedding

Heather + John’s Mountain wedding started with a rainy fog that highlighted their modern and moody style perfectly. The spring wedding flowers were white and blush with touches of fun spring greenery and fresh foraged honeysuckle. The floral design was inspired by the bridesmaid dress which was a feminine but refined dress with a pastel floral pattern. Taking the feminine and refined tone of the dress, we made a neutral pastels color palette and blended it with the flowers of spring, most noticeably peonies and honeysuckle. The shape was to be a refined organic shape, minimal ingredients with fun organic texture creates a natural but modern look.

Photo provided by: Mary Hannah Harte Photography

Modern + Boho California Ceremony Installation
Modern + Boho California Ceremony Installation

Tara + Joe wanted a Southern Romance meets California Boho wedding at The Meadows in Raleigh. They wanted a dramatic ceremony installation that felt like it was a continuation of the meadows at the outdoor ceremony site. We did a semi-circular flower installation on the ground with eucalyptus, pampas grass, peonies, and delphinium to create the wild and romantic look of the meadows and fields they we getting married at.

Original photo by Kaitlyn Blake Photography

Moody + Modern Mountain Wedding
Moody + Modern Mountain Wedding

Heather + John’s Mountain wedding started with a rainy fog that highlighted their modern and moody style perfectly. The spring wedding flowers were white and blush with touches of fun spring greenery and fresh foraged honeysuckle. The floral design was inspired by the bridesmaid dress which was a feminine but refined dress with a pastel floral pattern. Taking the feminine and refined tone of the dress, we made a neutral pastels color palette and blended it with the flowers of spring, most noticeably peonies and honeysuckle. The shape was to be a refined organic shape, minimal ingredients with fun organic texture creates a natural but modern look.

Photo provided by: Mary Hannah Harte Photography

Modern + Boho California Ceremony Installation
Modern + Boho California Ceremony Installation

Tara + Joe wanted a Southern Romance meets California Boho wedding at The Meadows in Raleigh. They wanted a dramatic ceremony installation that felt like it was a continuation of the meadows at the outdoor ceremony site. We did a semi-circular flower installation on the ground with eucalyptus, pampas grass, peonies, and delphinium to create the wild and romantic look of the meadows and fields they we getting married at.

Original photo by Kaitlyn Blake Photography

A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers
A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers

Taylor + Nick got married on a sunny but cool spring afternoon at The Old Lystra Inn in Chapel Hill. They loved the outdoor space and modern but classic touches of the tent and crossback chairs provided by the venue, but wanted to pull in their unique, modern, and boho style with the flowers and small details. To make the bouquet, table arrangements, and ceremony installation more boho, we focused on using flowers in the warm whites and neutrals and to make a modern design we contrasted the warm neutrals with with super dark burgundy carnations and burgundy greenery. For the bridesmaids, we did boho hoops with minimal flowers to have that unique, boho, modern blend we wanted through the whole wedding.

I used boho roses and carnations as a color base then added blush anthuriums for another modern touch. Mini-gladiolus were also used for a different shape but also because they add a seasonal, local flower touch.

For the ceremony installation. A boho style copper arch was used as the base, and I did an asymmetrical installation where the flowers felt like they were floating flower clouds with a soft fabric touch.

Lovely Moody Photography by Myles Berrio Photography

A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers
A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers

Taylor + Nick got married on a sunny but cool spring afternoon at The Old Lystra Inn in Chapel Hill. They loved the outdoor space and modern but classic touches of the tent and crossback chairs provided by the venue, but wanted to pull in their unique, modern, and boho style with the flowers and small details. To make the bouquet, table arrangements, and ceremony installation more boho, we focused on using flowers in the warm whites and neutrals and to make a modern design we contrasted the warm neutrals with with super dark burgundy carnations and burgundy greenery. For the bridesmaids, we did boho hoops with minimal flowers to have that unique, boho, modern blend we wanted through the whole wedding.

I used boho roses and carnations as a color base then added blush anthuriums for another modern touch. Mini-gladiolus were also used for a different shape but also because they add a seasonal, local flower touch.

For the ceremony installation. A boho style copper arch was used as the base, and I did an asymmetrical installation where the flowers felt like they were floating flower clouds with a soft fabric touch.

Lovely Moody Photography by Myles Berrio Photography

A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers
A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers

Taylor + Nick got married on a sunny but cool spring afternoon at The Old Lystra Inn in Chapel Hill. They loved the outdoor space and modern but classic touches of the tent and crossback chairs provided by the venue, but wanted to pull in their unique, modern, and boho style with the flowers and small details. To make the bouquet, table arrangements, and ceremony installation more boho, we focused on using flowers in the warm whites and neutrals and to make a modern design we contrasted the warm neutrals with with super dark burgundy carnations and burgundy greenery. For the bridesmaids, we did boho hoops with minimal flowers to have that unique, boho, modern blend we wanted through the whole wedding.

I used boho roses and carnations as a color base then added blush anthuriums for another modern touch. Mini-gladiolus were also used for a different shape but also because they add a seasonal, local flower touch.

For the ceremony installation. A boho style copper arch was used as the base, and I did an asymmetrical installation where the flowers felt like they were floating flower clouds with a soft fabric touch.

Lovely Moody Photography by Myles Berrio Photography

A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers
A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers

Taylor + Nick got married on a sunny but cool spring afternoon at The Old Lystra Inn in Chapel Hill. They loved the outdoor space and modern but classic touches of the tent and crossback chairs provided by the venue, but wanted to pull in their unique, modern, and boho style with the flowers and small details. To make the bouquet, table arrangements, and ceremony installation more boho, we focused on using flowers in the warm whites and neutrals and to make a modern design we contrasted the warm neutrals with with super dark burgundy carnations and burgundy greenery. For the bridesmaids, we did boho hoops with minimal flowers to have that unique, boho, modern blend we wanted through the whole wedding.

I used boho roses and carnations as a color base then added blush anthuriums for another modern touch. Mini-gladiolus were also used for a different shape but also because they add a seasonal, local flower touch.

For the ceremony installation. A boho style copper arch was used as the base, and I did an asymmetrical installation where the flowers felt like they were floating flower clouds with a soft fabric touch.

Lovely Moody Photography by Myles Berrio Photography

Moody + Modern Mountain Wedding
Moody + Modern Mountain Wedding

Heather + John’s Mountain wedding started with a rainy fog that highlighted their modern and moody style perfectly. The spring wedding flowers were white and blush with touches of fun spring greenery and fresh foraged honeysuckle. The floral design was inspired by the bridesmaid dress which was a feminine but refined dress with a pastel floral pattern. Taking the feminine and refined tone of the dress, we made a neutral pastels color palette and blended it with the flowers of spring, most noticeably peonies and honeysuckle. The shape was to be a refined organic shape, minimal ingredients with fun organic texture creates a natural but modern look.

Photo provided by: Mary Hannah Harte Photography

Moody + Modern Mountain Wedding
Moody + Modern Mountain Wedding

Heather + John’s Mountain wedding started with a rainy fog that highlighted their modern and moody style perfectly. The spring wedding flowers were white and blush with touches of fun spring greenery and fresh foraged honeysuckle. The floral design was inspired by the bridesmaid dress which was a feminine but refined dress with a pastel floral pattern. Taking the feminine and refined tone of the dress, we made a neutral pastels color palette and blended it with the flowers of spring, most noticeably peonies and honeysuckle. The shape was to be a refined organic shape, minimal ingredients with fun organic texture creates a natural but modern look.

Photo provided by: Mary Hannah Harte Photography

A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers
A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers

Taylor + Nick got married on a sunny but cool spring afternoon at The Old Lystra Inn in Chapel Hill. They loved the outdoor space and modern but classic touches of the tent and crossback chairs provided by the venue, but wanted to pull in their unique, modern, and boho style with the flowers and small details. To make the bouquet, table arrangements, and ceremony installation more boho, we focused on using flowers in the warm whites and neutrals and to make a modern design we contrasted the warm neutrals with with super dark burgundy carnations and burgundy greenery. For the bridesmaids, we did boho hoops with minimal flowers to have that unique, boho, modern blend we wanted through the whole wedding.

I used boho roses and carnations as a color base then added blush anthuriums for another modern touch. Mini-gladiolus were also used for a different shape but also because they add a seasonal, local flower touch.

For the ceremony installation. A boho style copper arch was used as the base, and I did an asymmetrical installation where the flowers felt like they were floating flower clouds with a soft fabric touch.

Lovely Moody Photography by Myles Berrio Photography

A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers
A New Spin on Boho Modern Wedding Flowers

Taylor + Nick got married on a sunny but cool spring afternoon at The Old Lystra Inn in Chapel Hill. They loved the outdoor space and modern but classic touches of the tent and crossback chairs provided by the venue, but wanted to pull in their unique, modern, and boho style with the flowers and small details. To make the bouquet, table arrangements, and ceremony installation more boho, we focused on using flowers in the warm whites and neutrals and to make a modern design we contrasted the warm neutrals with with super dark burgundy carnations and burgundy greenery. For the bridesmaids, we did boho hoops with minimal flowers to have that unique, boho, modern blend we wanted through the whole wedding.

I used boho roses and carnations as a color base then added blush anthuriums for another modern touch. Mini-gladiolus were also used for a different shape but also because they add a seasonal, local flower touch.

For the ceremony installation. A boho style copper arch was used as the base, and I did an asymmetrical installation where the flowers felt like they were floating flower clouds with a soft fabric touch.

Lovely Moody Photography by Myles Berrio Photography