This wedding shoot by Jo Bradbury will inspire you and maybe even make you rethink your approach because it’s rather different from everything you expect to see. The Coppermines Cottages acted as inspiration for the whole shoot and it’s clear to see why – it’s an awe inspiring location.
The shoot was done with an American Settler/mid-west/mountain look, the venue was spectacular, perfect for nature loving/ landscape loving brides and grooms. With a bit of a nod to the copper industry, pared back autumnal colors and beautiful bohemian gowns each supplier’s contribution added the perfect touch to this shoot.
The florist used grasses, seed heads, fennel, anything whispy and dried for the prairie feel. For the bouquet she used seasonal blooms, dahlias, just the perfect yellow to ping out a little bit and beautiful hand dyed silk ribbon to compliment it all.
The bride was wearing a boho lace strapless wedding dress, brown leather booties and a hat. The second dress was inspired by Native American clothes, it was a boho lace dress with long sleeves and a cutout back, and look at the fringe on the sleeves, isn’t it amazing? She also covered up with an amber leather jacket with long fringe. The groom was wearing a duo of pants and a vest and amber shoes to match the bridal look.
The wedding tablescape was done with beautiful florals, pears and apples, ombre place cards, silver goblets and of course candles. The table setting also felt like mid-west, very natural and welcoming.