We love submissions that come in from a fine art photographer that has been inspired by something special. It all begins with a simple thought, and from there it blossoms into a beautiful masterpiece through the collaboration of wedding industry artists who also connect with the vision. Today’s bridal boudoir takes place in a cottage located on the peaceful grounds of The Barn At Racoon Creek in Colorado. Taking the lead on inspiration from a Legends Romona Keveza wedding skirt, fine art photographer Sara Lynn envisioned a bride on her morning of marriage as she gets ready. Sara and her team chose dark, rich colors derived from seasonal berries and built a wedding color palette from those hues to design the bride’s wedding day makeup and hair styling. We love the contrast between soft romantic and bold love that this team created between the hints of lace and wedding florals, by MJM Designs, in the bride’s bouquet.
From Sara Lynn, Fine Art Photographer
“This Ethereal Bridal Boudoir, captured by Sara Lynn and designed by The Styled Soiree, was influenced by the gossamer splendor of the Legends Romona Keveza skirt. The diffused light of Barn at Raccoon Creek’s Bridal Cottage was the perfect setting for the cloud of tulle and lace. We chose a palette of rich berry and slate blue to add romance. The makeup was kept minimal other than a bright lip color and sheer gloss on her eyelids. The flowers added texture through velvety Protea and Celosia, while deep purple Dahlias added depth to the color palette.
Wedding and Boudoir Design Team
Venue – Barn at Raccoon Creek / Floral Designer – MJM Designs, LLC / Wedding Stationery – The Styled Soiree / Wedding Makeup Artist – Liana Kathryn Makeup Wedding Hair Artist – Beauty Mark by Kacie / Wedding Gown Designer (Skirt) – Legends Romona Keveza / Wedding Veil – Veil Trends / Bridal Shop and Robe – Felicé Bridal / Wedding Stylist – The Styled Soiree / Silk Heirlooms – Silk and Willow / Model – Caitlin Akonom via Donna Baldwin Agency