Bohemian Rocker Styled Shoot || Main Street Ballroom || Emma Dallman

Say goodbye to the traditional elements of most styled shoots and take a look at this creative and edgy styled shoot. The style is bohemian rocker meets millennial artist and it was held at Main Street Ballroom.  This was photographed by Emma Dallman and it features two different bridal looks, luscious florals and rich color tones. We are excited to bring this funky styled shoot to you.

Stationary

This non traditional design was provided by Blush and Swoon. The stationary has torn natural edges with soft watercolor hues along the left side. The names are not centered, but featured in the bottom left corner. The stationary is styled with an untraditional gold ring that plays host to a red ruby.
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First Bride’s Look


Our first Bride is wearing a slim fit bridal gown. The spaghetti strap dress is simple with a cross strap in the front. A lace Applica on the bodice is the main focus of the dress. Her make up features a red lip and a dark neutral eye. Her braided updo is finished with wavy side bangs.
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Second Bride and Groom’s Look

The bridal gown is a low cut lace dress. Her hair is down in very loose waves and her makeup is natural tone. Her look is completed with a hunter-green brimmed hat.
The groom is wearing a two-tone brown suit. Dark brown pants and a tan jacket complete with black shoes. His green and white patterned tie is the focal point of his attire and coordinates with the bride’s hat. His look is finished off with a pocket square.

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Ceremony 


There ceremony space focuses on the use of the iconic white barn doors and chandelier of Main Street Ballroom. Victoria Clausen draped Italian ruscus in an asymmetrical form to create a natural feeling.

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Florals


As always, Victoria Clausen brought her A-Game to this styled shoot. Two separate looks for each bride, a boutonniere for the groom and a centerpiece for the sweetheart table were created.

The sweetheart table’s crescent floral display is made of a mix of tropical and traditional flowers. Using bright pink roses, white laceleaf, spotted orchid, yellow orchid sprays, and a mix of greenery.Emma Dallman || Charm City Wed_4697.jpg
The first bride’s hand-tied bouquet features deep rich tones and a wide variety of florals. Orange ranunculus, rust orange roses, green celosia, and yellow cockscomb celosia and allium bullet, to name a few of the key players.
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The second bride is holding a large crescent bouquet. This bouquet brings in all the flowers from all other locations throughout the shoot. Plus some large tropical leaves.
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Cake
Sweetly Entwined used three buttercream colors and a rustic technique of icing to create a dramatic simplicity. Styled with a grey cheesecloth and slate ribbon finishes off this reception focal point.

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Vendors

Host: Styled Shoot Across America
Planning & Design: La Rue Events
Venue: Main Street Ballroom
Assistant: Hannah Belle Events
Photographer: Emma Dallman
Florals: Victoria Clausen
Hair: Beauty By Jessica
Makeup: Makeup By Crista
Stationary: Blush and Swoon
Tabletop Rentals: Pretty Little Wedding Co.
Cake: Sweetly Entwined
Vintage and Lounge Rentals: On A Lark Rentals
Sweetheart Table: Barnes Farm Tables

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