Wednesday, November 2, 2016

FOREVER BOHO

If you're a bit confused as to why I'm running older posts the past few weeks, let me enlighten.  I'm putting these into look book form and along the way have gotten reinspired to share with you all.  This post that originally ran on Style Me Pretty in 2014 is a real jewel showcasing Boho at its best!!! 

Boho done right means spectacular floral wreaths paired up with pretty laces on long, flowing dresses.
  Lately Boho has become so trendy you have several genres of it to choose from: Goth/fairytale/waif/woodlands, you name it.  This fabulous shoot captured by photographer, Antonio Crutchley was put together by makeup artist and hair designer, Julie Morgan. She scouted the Spanish Colonial architecture of The Santa Barbara Historical Museum as the perfect backdrop for this very romantic shoot. My faves--The pastel florals and foilage in the headpiece and bouquets  were truly unique creations thanks to Cindy Sheridan.  

Photographer: Antonio and Paula Crutchley | Wedding Dress from Amy-Jo Tatum| Venue: Santa Barbara Historical Museum | Floral Design + Headpiece: Cindy Sheridan | Hair And Makup: Wedding Hair and Make up by Julie Morgan




















3 comments:

Tasty Destination said...

For a beach wedding, a good choice for bridal fabric would be tulle. It's lightweight and rather poofy, so it can still give you the princess look even while at the beach. Chiffon is also a good option.

RD Robertson said...

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