Sometimes as a wedding blogger you get a submission that really knocks you out of your office chair and today’s wedding editorial from Chris Loring and Sara Brown Weddings & Events did exactly that. It takes a rustic setting and brings modern sophistication to it along with a heady dose of organic goodness. It pays homage to all the various meanings of the word ‘roots’ in the most beautiful way – enjoy!
From Chris Loring – “We wanted to create an elegant evening on a traditionally rustic farm; some of our design elements include beautiful white radishes, distressed terra-cotta pots, and rosemary dipped in gold (honoring an ancient tradition that signifies love and fidelity). We used a lime-washed farm table to bring in the laid-back charm of rustic weddings, and then put our bride in a truly unique and elegant custom gown from Emma & Grace Bridal.
Our team was assembled from some of the best professionals in Colorado, including a few up and coming designers with some incredible work to share!”
Photography: Chris Loring // Planning: Sara Brown Weddings & Events // Florals: Holly Kerr of Love Letters Floral // Gown: Emma & Grace Private Collection // Suit: Ted’s Clothiers // Rentals: Allwell Rents // Hair: Lindsey Shipton of Inspire Salons and Spa // Makeup: Nicole Toledo // Stationary: Ella & Vine Co. // Vintage Rentals: Patina Preferred // Cake: Kelley Kakes // Venue: Pastures of Plenty in Longmont, Colorado.