Erica Powell & Jaclyn Watson brought so many amazing wedding professionals from throughout New England together to create this whimsical fantasy shoot. Rodeo & Co. Photography spent the day in Goshen, Vermont capturing the beautiful details created by A to Z Cakes, Lets Pretend Catering, Red Bliss Design, Vermont Tent Company, and Belle Savon. How breathtaking is this ethereal farm wedding inspiration?
One of my favorite elements of this shoot has to be this misty grey tulle bridal gown! Working in the bridal fashion industry I am always looking for the unexpected and this Sareh Nouri gown from A Little Something White Bridal Couture definitely has my attention. I’m not sure if I love this gown or the cross-back form fitting gown by Ti Adora better. The fanciful bridal gowns are only elevated by the flowing white bridesmaid dresses by Durga-Kali, stunning couture headpieces and jewelry bouquets by Jeweled Bouquets by Danielle Aspinwall, golden necklaces and bracelets by Aquinnah Jewelry, turquoise geode necklace and velvet bridesmaids bracelets by Pearl & Stone Artisan Jewelry, and hair and makeup by Dana Bartone,
The entire color palette of this shoot is so whimsical with its faded grey and cream tones accented with exclamation points of cerulean blues, black currant, and berry reds. There is so much to take in and such great inspiration to capture from these photos!
We love this amazing video by MV Film Productions and watching it will have you feeling like you are apart of the gorgeously grey day:
From Jaclyn Watson of Jaclyn Watson Events, Ethereal Utopia was created as a combined effort to bring together an amazing array of talented New England Wedding Professionals in one special location! A family farm in Goshen, Vermont was the chosen place and Carrie Wilcox Floral Design and her family were amazing hosts.
The color palette we chose included blues, greys, whites, and golds. On a very moody rainy day our goal was to evoke enchantment and mystery. Surrounded by tall trees, waterfalls, and a lush forest that mood was captured. With intricate details here and there from cotton candy favors to breath taking jewelry and stunning arrays of food presentation.
Erica Powell of Erica Powell Events and founder of Reverie Gallery adds, The team of professionals for this shoot were just unbelievable. It just goes to show when you assemble a magic team, magic things happen! Jackie and I wanted to create a shoot that was totally unique and incorporated luxurious elements while maintaining a whimsical and even bohemian influence. Special thanks to Carrie's family for allowing us to shoot on their family farm, and for helping us with so many things! We love how the shoot came out and we hope you do too.