The beginnings of this shoot came about when our friends Taylor and David contacted us with exciting news. They were starting an event rental company following an incredibly enthusiastic response to their wedding furniture, which David had handcrafted in his backyard workshop. After some deliberation, they came up with the name, Timeless Design.
Below, right, Timeless Designs also brought one of their shiplap bars, seen under Fancy Free’s circular garden arch.
So excited to finally be able to share this fine art wedding inspiration shoot! We're thrilled with all the delicate textures gorgeous light!
We had the privilege to work with an amazing team of vendors for this styled bridal shoot!
Josh Best of Joshua and Rachel wedding photography pulled together the whole team in a matter of days and filmed the whole affair. (See his video here).
Flowers by Shelby Glynn provided the stunning boquet you see featured here.
Professional bridal stylist, Elizabeth Dugan modeled this light and airy gown from Willowby by Watters. The gown is available at the St. Pete boutique she works at, CC's Bridal Boutique. Schedule an appointment with her to find the gown of your dreams!
Elizabeth's hair and makeup were expertly done by Lo Edwards and Anna Dutko of Style Hair & Makeup, a company based here in the Tampa Bay area.
The shoot was held at the Santaella Studios for the Arts, which is an amazing artist loft/cowork space housed in an old cigar factory a few miles from downtown Tampa. Such a privilege to have these amazing spaces being renovated and made available to the creative community!
Lastly, Coastal Film Lab did an outstanding job with the processing and scanning of the film used in this shoot.
We just want to say thanks again to everyone who made this shoot possible!
Please be on the lookout for our next inspiration, The Blush Bride, a simple, elegant styled bridal shoot inspired by ballet and soft pastels.