I am so grateful Rachel Carter Photography asked me to be a part of this beautiful shoot at the old cabins at Monte Sano State Park. I was craving a really clean color palette with textural ingredients, so I used what was naturally growing around us to inspire these designs. I cut some dogwood and eleagnus, along with some unknown textures, and paired it with garden roses, japanese spirea, ranunculus, and snowberry. I also stuck an entire live plant in both the bouquet and centerpiece because I loved the variegated foliage so much.
I think this shoot really showcases how perfectly film photos capture the color and softness of flowers. Especially a white and green color palette. They capture every detail but still look so soft and timeless. Thank you again to the entire team!