Magic mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? We all know the story of Snow White, so it’s no surprise this classic fairytale served as wedding day inspiration for this gorgeous spring inspiration shoot. Rose Trail Images teamed up with Three Region Photography and a slew of other talented local vendors to put a wedding day spin on the favorite childhood story. Inspired by the famous quote, “someday my prince will come,” the team envisioned a beautiful summer day filled with bluebirds chirping, flowers blooming and Snow White marrying her beloved prince. A love story we can all get behind!
The Hall and Gardens at Landmark was a romantic setting for the shoot with its old-world European gardens and chateau-style elegance. Landscaped paths led to an enchanted wrought-iron gazebo surrounded by lush florals. A stone bridge over a koi pond set a magical tone as beautiful, enchanting elegance surrounded the bride and groom. From Snow White’s forest friends to the iconic poison apple, it truly felt as if you had stepped into the story. In place of escort cards, guests were treated to a personal key that led them to their seats where a personalized “poison apple” graced each setting. The long wooden tables were decorated with greenery runners and blue linens while yellow tapered candles paired perfectly with bright floral centerpieces.
The bride and groom models were the epitome of royal elegance in their wedding day attire. The bride was dressed in a beautiful English tulle ballgown with romantic lace-capped sleeves that were accessorized with a beautiful glittering tiara and ruby jewelry. Her hair was done in a side braid that was perfectly un-done, and her loose curls made for the perfect non-traditional updo, fit for a princess. In keeping with the storyline, the bride even took a bite of the “poison apple” where she then fell asleep on a vintage lounge (yes, she was only awakened once she was kissed by her dapper groom).
The amazing Vendors who brought our Inspiration to life!
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