Three invitation suites, three sets of wedding rings, three separate stories and one stunning and profound representation of love. As Pride month winds down, we reflect on an incredible month that has reminded us love is love no matter what it looks like. In an industry that’s often plagued by heteronormativity, it’s inspiring to see a talented group of creatives come together to create a shoot that represents a type of love that so many can relate to.
It’s been exactly two years since same-sex marriage was declared a constitutional right in the United States, and we still hear stories of couples facing painful discrimination as they make plans for what should be one of the happiest days of their lives. But at the same time, this beautiful shoot reminds us of the monumental strides that have been made within those two years. And if Pride has taught us anything, it’s that the LGBTQ community is resilient beyond belief.
We’re so excited to share this shoot on the anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling that was so beautifully captured by Almond Leaf Studios. With suspended greenery, a romantic burgundy and gold tablescape and striking calligraphy invitation suites that are the perfect blend of modern and vintage, there’s so much to be inspired by.
Team of Talents
Venue: Engaged Asheville
Photography: Almond Leaf Studios
Floral Design: Spring Vine Design
Event Planning and Design: HART & CO. Events
Stationery: Bohemian Ink
Wedding Dress: Erin Grey Couture, Antonio Gual
Wedding Rings: Trumpet & Horn
Jewelry: Renee Pawele
Hair Stylist: Wonderlab Salon
Makeup Artist: Lovely by Patrice