After working with Sarah Glick a few times, especially since producing the Italian-inspired stylized shoot on the rooftop at the Journeyman, we decided it was time. Time to make some honest, zany, sparkly magic together.
And we did! We were really inspired by ringing in 2019, and all the iridescent colors that shimmer around NYE celebrations. That juxtaposed with Wisconsin’s dry winter and frigid style. Our shoot ended up feeling ultra modern, with an iridescent foundation and an earthy-bohemian finish.
Wisconsin prairie grass and dried thistle foraged by Megan, with Posies & Pine, really commanded attention up against the iridescent tinsel ceremony hoop. Neutral florals continued to take the stage in the grate backdrop, showcasing dried Indian grass, bleached Italian ruscus, menta roses and dried okra (which was my favorite).
We paired the hippie, Holly Harp-inspired bridal romper with a mermaid piñata tinsel jacket. While Kate Troxell applied makeup that was dewy, with soft strokes of shimmer, it beautifully complimented the statement, hand-beaded evil eye earrings.
And the literal icing on the cake (or purple, glitter glaze), was our ultra mod dessert spread of sugar crystal-topped cake spheres from Alexis with Yield Bakehouse. She created an invisible mid layer of cake, and filled it with prairie grass. How beautiful is that?
One more time for the people in the back: https://greenweddingshoes.com/iridescent-winter-wedding-inspiration/