A dreamy shoot where whimsy and romance meet 19th century Tudor Revival at the Branch Museum
of Architecture and Design?! Throw in some gorgeous styling, and count me in! Photographed by the talented David Abel
and planned by Elle Loren & Co
., there couldn't be a better team to execute this magic. Featured on Wedding Sparrow
, let this ethereal beauty sweep you away!
This stunning bride wore our airy and light Chrysalis
gown, grown in wild meadows, sprinkled with magic and sewn by woodland fairies...okay, not really...but doesn't this gown just exude an aura of flora, fauna and the wonder of nature? French embroidery lined in layers of chiffon and glittering tulle, the Chrysalis gown is for the bride who wants to feel effortless and free on her wedding day while also maintaining her "Queen of the Fairies" status. Who says you can't have it all?!
Designed with a deep v back, bell sleeves, and sweeping train, this gown has no shortage of detail and drama. Not to mention the sky blue embroidered flowers and cherry blossom applique sprinkled throughout. I also love how the soft pastel florals by Wild Fleurette
pair with the gown; they add another touch of sweetness to this romantic look. And how could I not mention the butterfly stationary?! Talk about a perfect pairing.
"As the saying goes, photographs speak louder than words, and that's exactly how I feel about these images. We can talk all we want about magic, romance, and beauty, but these types of moments and experiences require only a feeling, and typically no words at all. In this sometimes very loud world, quiet glimpses of beauty are always welcome. Read more about this shoot on Wedding Sparrow
Dress: Chrysalis by Claire Pettibone
Creative Direction & Planning: @ellelorenandco
Tabletop Rentals: @thecollectionbycourtneyinghram