Spring Garden

Danvers, Massachusetts

 

 

Photography | Q Hegarty Photography | @q_hegarty_photo

Venue | Danversport Yacht Club | @danversport

Event Planner | Majestic Event Planning | @majesticeventplanning

Gown Salon | Penny Jane Bridal

Apparel | Aldo’s House of Formals | @aldos_formals

Jewelry | E Scott Originals | @escottoriginals

Jewelry | Heart of Gold Designs

Hair Stylist | Melissa Scott Hair

Makeup Artist | Creative Contour by Carla | @creativecontourbycarla

Cake Designer | Cakes For Occasions

Linens | Sparrow Lane Event Rental

Invitation Designer | Sugarhouse Stationery | @sugarhouse_stationery

Calligraphy | Sweetly Signed | @sweetlysigned

Model | Maggie Inc Agency | @maggieagency

I was very excited about this elegant spring styled shoot because I was the photographer and the florist for the first time. It was inspired by a few items I have at home, my magnetic acrylic photo frame, my garden and plants as well as craving for beautiful soft spring colors after a long dreadful winter in MA. A few unique hand crafted items have been used to style this photoshoot, including beautiful electroplated real fern bridal hair accessories. The blush, coral, dusty blue and gold were paired perfectly with geometric shaped, angled styling and watercolor effect.

 

I loved the idea to use Jasmine plants as focal flowers to run through serpentine table along with Seafoam hand dyed cheese cloth runner. It was easy to set up, but yet very pretty and elegant with fragrance flowing in the air. The lush green with soft pink and cream flowers and wispy branches created a beautiful and romantic look and natural draping over the table and at end of the table. The magnetic acrylic photo frames were served as guest name cards as well as wedding favors. Who doesn’t love an extra beautiful photo frame?! Guest’s name was written in gold on watercolor paper, hand torn in angel and inserted between two magnetic panel. It gave the depth and interesting look with a piece of simple green leave.

 

The gold glass diamond shaped vases with subtle blush Toile napkins, forged gold flatware and gold rimmed chargers added pop of colors among the greens from Jasmine plants. For the bridal look, we went to elegant and timeless look. The hairpins are really unique. They are real ferns  and leaves which have been electroplated and hand enameled. We paired these gems with petite spring flowers for a light, fresh take on the florals.