Today’s styled shoot brings us the best spring has to offer, showcased in two striking scenes captured by Mackenzie Keough Photography: one, a rocky spot along the Yellowstone River, and the other, a modern industrial venue with exposed brick and romantic accents. We’re loving the fresh spring flowers at the reception from Macs Floral!
From the photographer, Mackenzie Keough Photography: Winter thaws to spring revealing bare branches and budding green things. Timeworn elements are uncovered to become new treasures again after being dusted off and paired with edgy and industrial pieces. In this way what has been dormant is revived and celebrated. Stylish and old pieces like the tarnished silver collection from HUTCH are re-revealed by pairing them with the fresh new trends from the upcoming season such as; velvet table cloths, clean lines, and exposed raw materials like our DIY cement candlesticks and the handmade dark stained tables from MT. Harvest tables.
The cusp between the silent landscapes of winter and the emergent fragile beauty of spring is the perfect time for a statement wedding. It’s a time when even nature itself is heralding a new beginning, a fresh & beautiful start. In planning this shoot we were inspired by a subdued and tranquil palette of endless horizons of faded blue winter sky mixed with the sun bleached grey of driftwood and the bone and the earthy neutral tones uncovered after a melting snow.
Photography: Mackenzie Keough Photography
Floral Design: Macs Floral
Décor: Better to Gather
Venue: 2905 Montana Ave., Two Moon Park (along the Yellowstone River)
Wedding Dress: Hayley Paige
Bridal Store: Belle en Blanc
Jewelry: Goldsmith Jewelers
Hair and Makeup: Sydney Ross Bella Spa at 629 Grand Avenue
Groom’s Suit: The Black Tux
Wedding Cake: Dancing Oven Bakery
Sweets and Teacakes: The Annex Bakery
Wood Tables: Montana Harvest Tables
Tabletop Rentals: Hutch Event Rentals
Linens: BBJ Linen
Flowering Tea: Tumblewood Teas
Wedding Invitations: Font & Figure
Calligrapher: Penned Designs
Models: Medina Culver and David Williams