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Styled Shoot: A Vintage Rustic Wedding

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Set on a stage under the blue skies with flowers all around, this Vintage Rustic Wedding is perfect for a lovely, passionate, and romantic couple that is so in love with each other and also in love with the vintage rustic wedding theme.

This styled shoot focuses mainly on the bride and groom. Bethany Miller Photography captures the couple in a way that brings out the vintage look in them and in their surroundings.  Their attire also portrays the vintage theme that is going on throughout the venue. The wedding gown and hair styled over one shoulder brings out a certain elegance and mystique look in the bride that is perfect for the wedding theme.

Unique chairs and sunflowers add to the vintage rustic look all around the venue. The rustic details scattered around is not so overwhelming and in your face, but is in the little things such as the wheel, the cake, and the bride and groom sitting arrangement. All these little things, in turn, affect the whole look and feel of the wedding.  Crowned with a sweet romantic gesture from the Groom, putting his jacket around his bride, this is one sweet styled wedding photo shoot.

From Bethany Miller Photography:

Imagine a beautiful day in Las Vegas, NV filled with blue skies, gorgeous flowers and a stunning bride and groom that had chemistry that left us breathless. The details of the this session were based off of Sunflowers featuring two separate cakes a candy bar and a dessert table. The reception table was a low rise table made out of white pallets featuring rustic details throughout the venue.

Magic Makers:

Photographer:  Bethany Miller Photography | Event Planner: Event Organizers Emma & Josh Smith | Floral Designer: Gaia Flowers | Hair Stylist: Hair by Liz | Reception Venue: Legends Ranch | Event Designer: The Sugar Jar | Cake Designer: Las Vegas Custom Cakes | Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Tuxedo Junction Las Vegas

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

 

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