Romantic Garden Wedding Inspiration Styled by Mayhar Design
by Ashley Dowgwillo January 17
We’re swooning over this romantic garden wedding shoot styled by Mayhar Design during a recent creative workshop hosted by Michelle Boyd Photography. We love how the team incorporated pieces from Loot Rentals and Whim Hospitality into the outdoor setup, creating a more intimate feel. We also love the bride’s low-back dress; paired with the tux and bowtie, it adds another layer of elegance to the outdoor affair. If the winter weather has you dreaming of elegant spring weddings and warmer days, we recommend taking notes from this inspiration shoot.
For behind the scenes incite into this romantic garden wedding workshop, check out designer Melanie McKinley’s description of the day below.
Photos // Michelle Boyd Photography
From the planner: “When Michelle Boyd called to see if I would be interested in designing a photo shoot for her workshop attendees, I immediately jumped on board! Knowing her love for all things elegant, I was thrilled at the opportunity to design and create something that was classic and timeless, with hopefully, a few unexpected elements. We decided on a romantic garden style that would play upon all shades of mints and greens. Barr Mansion, with its rich landscape was a perfect fit, and the rest took off from there. From Whim Hospitality’s classically stunning furnishings to Sprout’s overflowing garden blooms and Guten Co.’s clean and crisp invitation design, we hoped to create a seamless blend of abundant beauty against an aesthetic of understated, graceful simplicity. I cannot speak enough to the talent and generosity of each vendor that shared their time and creativity on this project. This team was amazing and it was such a joy to work hand-in-hand with each and every person to see it come together!”
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Other Local Vendors: BARR - mansion, ballroom & farmstead, Mayhar Design, Michelle Boyd Photography, Makenzi Laine Professional Makeup Artist, Sprout Floral and Event Design, Guten Co, Jen Krause