This styled wedding shoot at Tyrone Farm in Autumn perfects the vintage-yet-modern design so many aim for. Mustard yellow, rusty orange, gold & silver dance with greenery, wood, and candlelight. It’s a stunning, collaborative, styled wedding that demonstrates what’s possible when you select talented vendors and give them some creative control. This fall-themed styled wedding shoot was done so well, you catch glimpses of Winter while still enjoying the softness of Summer, which is exactly what Fall is all about!
The event designer, Candice of Jubilee Events discusses the idea, “We really wanted to use Anthropolgie’s signature vintage/modern look as the inspiration as well as the rustic venue and fall season. Tyrone Farm is an amazing location: it’s nestled on a hill in Pomfret, Connecticut and overlooks the tree tops of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. It’s an amazing property, complete with a farm house, tented blue stone patio, organic gardens, a cottage, and a barn. Our color story was white, yellow, brown, and green with hints of silver accessories. We used fun glass candle holders from CB2 and arranged them through the gorgeous, eclectic arrangements Just For You created. The table was full of fun details. Annie Lloyd of Pretty Mail Calligraphy hand wrote place cards on natural wood vainer and we garnished them with small pears and vintage napkins from my private collection.”
From Carla Ten Eyck Photography, “Tyrone Farm in Pomfret, CT in October is the perfect setting a fall styled shoot! The sun was out, the leaves were at their peak, and everything looked amazing. It made photographing this all seem nothing-at-all like work and more like play! I loved the green accents with the warm gold in the fashion and still have dreams about that bolero! Being a part of an amazing design team is like being handed the keys to the castle: I become so inspired that I have a hard time not shooting for hours upon hours.”
Beth Chapman of The White Dress by the Shore was the fashion stylist for this shoot, ” The flower girls held these amazing, cute, yellow floral wands by Mayhar Design. Jane handcrafted these sweet headbands with berries, acorns, and yellow & white flowers. The ruffled tulle antique stained bolero that Kelley wore with her Manual Motta gown was made by BONZIE, a handmade clothing store with a lot of vintage style.”
“In styling the fashion for the shoot, the inspiration was eclectic elegance with a vintage flair. Our concept was to take vintage pieces and show how they can be incorporated into modern wedding day attire. We also pulled in accessories that were new but had an antique vibe to them to evoke a 1940’s feel. The shoot had the perfect balance between rustic & elegant. We chose gowns with texture to play off of the rustic surroundings but added a touch of sparkle to bring in a bit of Hollywood glam.”
The flawless hair & makeup on the model is by none other than Dana Bartone & Co.
Jane Rynaski of Just For You Floral says of her inspiration for the shoot, "It was a play of contrasts....old and new, dark and light, soft and hard. For the bouquets I used soft, romantic flowers like creamy tulips, ranunculus, garden roses, and anemones. I contrasted the spring softness with the addition of autumn materials like golden bittersweet, grey dusty miller, and brown scabiosa pods to add texture and interest finishing one in burlap and the other in velvet ribbon."
She also made these beautiful little headbands below!
These mouthwatering desserts are courtesy of Corine of Lovely Lollies. She created adorable smores cupcakes on lollipop sticks complete with graham cracker crust, chocolate cake, and marshmallow forsting! She also made delicious caramel kettle corn displayed in brown craft bags, candid apples with caramel & chocolate covered cranberries.