Dusky Styled Shoot:: The Details

Eek! I am bubbling over with excitement this morning because I CANNOT wait to share this post with you.

Recently, I styled and did the flowers for a wedding inspiration shoot with bomb.com photographer Brooke Schultz. We swapped creative concepts and planned for a few weeks, then collaborated with some incredible local vendors to pull the whole thing together. It was my first official styled shoot, and I had a blast! It was so inspiring to be able to work through the creative process from start to finish rather than just letting ideas bottle up in my head, like what usually happens. And I had some serious talent working with me, so it was an absolute treat! (All their info is below.)

For this shoot, we wanted to explore the subtle beauty of light and shadow, which worked well with the filtered light that comes through the windows of our venue. I also played with a lot of natural elements and texture with an artistic, collected vibe. Today, I will just share some of the details and styling.

Shout-out to Seth for getting crafty and painting the paper butterflies with me! They were so easy to make and ended up being one of my favorite features.

Ok, I'll stop rambling on now and let the photos do the talking!

Venue: Station 22 Cafe in Provo, Utah
Photography: Brooke Schultz
Event Styling and Florals: Amber Dickson
Hair and Makeup: Signature Brides
Invitation Suite and Paper Goods: October Ink
Cake and Mini Crostata Pies: Padicakes
Models: Jessie Fackrell, Michael Andraszczyk, Danielle Huffin, Rhyan Atrice, Hayley Madsen, Justin Hedin

Up next, you'll get to see more of our stunning models and whole lot more beauty. Get excited! (I obviously am.)



  1. So beautiful! What a fun thing to do!!! I often wish someone would "provide" means for my decorating lol, so I can imagine how much fun you had with this! It turned out AMAZING!!!!