After a little vacation time I’m back with some oh-so stunning, drop-dead gorgeous, woodsy bohemian fall wedding inspiration, captured and sent my way by the talented Andie Freeman of Andie Freeman Photography. With help from event planner, Jessie Patton of Southern Sophistication Designs, a luxurious, bohemian, woodland wedding was created filled with lavish crystal, gold overlays, and jewel-toned bohemian palette, with major emphasis on rich burgundy hues.
I love the look of calligraphy on wedding stationary and this wonderful hand-made invitation suite by Sherry Beauchamp of Sweet E’s Celebrations, is an absolutely gorgeous reason why.
Andie Freeman: The ceremony inspiration would take place in front of the chimney, and we brought in a beautiful mantle to act as the altar. Gold Chiavari chairs lined the aisle and we had dried lavender bunches for pew markers. They release a lovely smell every time they were touched.
Andie Freeman: Our couple are actually a real couple. I wanted a bride and groom that could show true emotion and these two love each other so much. They are wonderful together and so comfortable showing emotion in front of the camera. Not to mention that she is a such a perfect bohemian bride with her Italian features and lovely, long brunette locks. They were a natural choice.
Andie Freeman: For our reception inspiration, we had farmhouse tables to reflect the rustic elements but adorned them with a lace runner, a gold candelabra dripping in crystals, gold chargers, white china rimmed in gold, crystal stemware, and to top it all off, real heirloom silverware that my mother-in-law brought all the way from Britain as my wedding gift.
Andie Freeman: There were gold Chiavari chairs on the sides of the table with dried lavender bunches linked together with a greenery swag. At the ends of the tables sat beautiful red velvet chairs. We wanted to really incorporate rich colors into the session, choosing burgundy as our main color with berries and then accenting with rosemary and other jewel toned flowers.
Andie Freeman: Our bride wore a beautiful floral halo in deep hues of green and purple and had a gorgeous one shouldered nude dress encrusted with silver sequins.To top it all off, on her feet, our bride wore the most amazing gold Sergio Rossi pumps that wrapped around her legs with lace detail. They came all the way from Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas!
Andie Freeman: For our menu, we chose vegetarian offerings to represent the bohemian feel. Our buffet table centerpiece was a large crystal vase filled with beautiful dried hydrangeas. The menu consisted of a carrot and ginger soup, a bohemian salad, a cheese board, fruit tray and honey whole wheat bread freshly baked.
Andie Freeman: Our cake was a naked cake adorned with rosemary and blackberries. Atop the cake sat a handmade Love cake topper in burnished gold. The cake sat on a gold cake plate dripping in crystals that matched the centerpiece candelabra. It all sat on a vintage truck beside a port bar with crystal port decanters. One actually belonged to my deceased father in law and is very important to our family. I feel that including heirloom items like the decanter and the silverware is so very important to personalizing a wedding.
Isn’t it just beautiful? So many gorgeous details, and how gorgeous is that dress? Thanks, Andie Freeman, for sharing your beautiful work with us today!
Photographer: Andie Freeman Photography|Dress Designer: Adrianna Papell|Equipment Rentals: Barron’s Rental Center|Makeup Artist: Bombshell Creations|Cake Designer: Classic City Confections|Caterer: Delicacies by Amy|Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Express|Dress Store: High Maintenance|Shoes: Sergio Rossi|Paper Props: Sweet E’s Celebrations|Event Planner: Southern Sophistication Designs