“The modern picture of the artist began to form: The poor, but free spirit, plebeian but aspiring only to be classless, to cut himself forever free from the bonds of the greedy bourgeoisie, to be whatever the fat burghers feared most, to cross the line wherever they drew it, to look at the world in a way they couldn’t see, to be high, live low, stay young forever — in short, to be the bohemian.”
it’s hard to conjure up the right words to describe how i feel about these photos. so instead of trying to bring to life the bohemian spirit with my words, i leave you to my images. for that is what i do best.
i took so many photos of the bride that i decided to hold a few for my next post in a few days. mallory and michael were a joy to work with, and really quite hilarious. i think i was laughing the whole time, especially as we bounded up and down the hills of the vineyard in a golf cart. i haven’t driven one since i was 13 years old and i’m sure they were holding on for dear life.oh! and if you are looking for some inspiration, mallory is the creator of the beautiful and inspiring blog a strong aesthetic. please check it out if you have a chance!
also, after much research, i finally made the decision to become a sponsor on the incredible, creative, diy wedding blog postcards and pretties. christina puts together hands-down the most beautiful inspiration boards for brides and creatives alike. i adore everything she features and am so thankful to be part of her website.
oh, and today is the last day to enter the anthropologie giveaway! i’m excited to draw and announce the winner on thursday!
a few more links:
venue: keswick vineyards (so incredibly lovely if you are looking for a vineyard wedding)
modern bridal tutu: your sparkle box
hairpiece, boutonniere, and bouquet: created by me!