With colorful prints, fun 70’s vibes, and a whole lot of pretty, this greenhouse wedding shoot from Harlow & Dahlia Events captured by J. Harper Photography is an absolute must see! The vine covered greenhouse location is a dream and the perfect backdrop for the vibrant colors. I’m loving the mod styled paper goods, especially those tassel place cards!
Inspired by the likes of Stevie Nicks, amazing records and colorful patterns, this style shoot was a product of remembering the times where eclectic style patterns were all the craze. The venue was the magic of not being afraid of a cool pattern that inspired the stylists to transcribe the amazing feel of the 1970’s onto the Inn at Burklyn and design a style shoot envisioning what a 1970’s wedding might have looked like at the Inn at Burklyn in picturesque Vermont. The wedding invitation suit was done in pink and coral, bold pink and yellow and rust blooms were used for styling the venue and creating a bouquet – 70s vibes are felt everywhere!
The bride was wearing a plain wedding dress with a plunging neckline, wide sleeves and a train plus a light birdcage veil, she was carrying a beautiful bright wedding bouquet. Her second look was done with a white jumpsuit with a covered plunging neckline, very 70s like! The groom was wearing a catchy outfit with a blue shirt and blazer, terracotta pants and shoes. Take a look at this 70s eye-candy for more ideas!