Early spring means that it’s time to start thinking ahead to summer. Spring brings about those teasingly warm days, glimpses of what summer could bring. And while this spring is just a bit different, that means that my longing for summer is even more intense.
With summer means plenty of summer weddings. And if you’re still planning the details of your big day, I have a treat for you.
It’s no surprise that I love warm, muted tones and earthy neutrals. I find inspiration in the high desert landscapes of Utah and Joshua Tree. One of my favorite vacations that my husband and I took was a two-week road trip through Utah’s National and State Parks, camping on top of his car along the way. There’s something so beautiful about that landscape and as much as I can, I try to utilize it in my designs.
Today I’m sharing some of my favorite shots from a late summer inspiration shoot. Complete with muted warm tones, oriental rugs, great boho wedding style, and a craft brewery. If that doesn’t check off every box of the perfect wedding list, I don’t know what does.
Continue reading for more glimpses into this perfectly styled day and get inspiration for your own celebration.
Photographer: Jess and Jenn Photography
Event Styling + Design: MatchlessGem
HMUA: Heather Biernbaum- b_beautiful_mua_
Venue: Point Labaddie Brewery
Dress: Juno Bridal
Bouquet: Roses & Mint
Rentals: ceremony chairs: Grand Rental Station
Cake: Made.by Lia
Invitation Suite: Leighwood Design Studio