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Ethereal Woodsy Garden Styled Shoot

Like a vision from a fairy tale, this ethereal woodsy garden styled shoot captured by J Doize Photography was too dreamy to pass up! Set under a magnificent chapel amidst sprawling oak trees, the inspiration for this shoot was the natural romance of woods at twilight. The bride modeled two magical gowns: an illusion-sleeved princess-style gown and a more fitted gown with a plunging neckline. Hues of muted blue, whites and grays, accentuated by pops of gold and dark accents, gave the whole styled shoot an ethereal aesthetic. Sprigs of greenery, a floral crown and a watercolor stationery suite tie everything together beautifully. Scroll through to see all the gorgeousness!

Photos // J Doize Photography

From the photographer: “When I saw the glass building at Out Under the Trees, I knew I had to shoot there! It reminded me of a combination between a greenhouse and a chapel, and it shouted romance. So I recruited a fantastic team of vendors to make it happen. We all agreed that the color scheme should be natural and romantic. Natural greens, whites, gray and gold fit the vision seamlessly. From there, the vision started taking shape. Amogha from A’s Floral Designs played a key role in making this inspiration shoot a success. Her breathtaking bouquets gave this shoot its utterly romantic vibe. Anita from Rouged + Radiant Beauty Co. effortlessly transformed our bride into glowing perfection! She highlighted the natural beauty of our redhead bride. Her skin was like flawless porcelain and was paired with a copper eyeshadow and a natural colored lip. She was stunning and you can see that the groom agreed. Dressed in a simple black tailored tux, the groom looked dapper as he doted upon his blushing bride.”

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Other Local Vendors: Oliver and Penelope Vintage Rentals, J Doize Photography, Rouged + Radiant Beauty Co., A's Floral Design, The Cake Fairy by Monica, C'est Toi Bridal Atelier, The Sensible Type, Out Under the Trees