David and Lynn, of David Lynn Photography, teamed up with Jamie, of Jamison Gale Photography, to create this romantic bohemian shoot in the forest. Lynn and Jamie share a love of weddings that revolve around the sweetness and softness of romance. Their shared vision for the shoot combined romance with a love of all things bohemian and eclectic ~ flowing gowns, flowers tucked loosely in the bride’s long braid, mismatched china, and antique treasures that bring meaning, culture and history to the modern. They couldn’t imagine being anywhere other than the forest, with bits of snow topping the earth and pine needles scattered everywhere. It was the perfect setting for a gorgeous, detail-rich shoot!

DavidLynn01From the photographers: What an incredible experience we had bringing this dream to reality! The day we visited Boettcher Mansion, fog had settled all around, and the white of the fog began mixing with the white of the snow. Walking around the forest grounds felt so ethereal, and we knew right away that it was the perfect location for the shoot. As the snow melted, we were able to bring our beautiful details into the forest. We love the look of soft, romantic colors and chose a color palette incorporating pink, cream, peach, mint, and a dark purple accent. DavidLynn02 DavidLynn03

DavidLynn04We used a gorgeous barnwood table from Chairished Vintage Rentals to create our tablescape, and Vintage Rentals Denver brought such treasures to the table! Mismatched china plates and teacups, antique napkins, place card holders made from wine bottle corks, and vintage armchairs for the bride and groom. Pink Posey Design adorned the tables and chairs with their floral masterpieces, and a delicate stem was tied to each cloth napkin with twine.DavidLynn05 DavidLynn06 DavidLynn07 DavidLynn08 DavidLynn09We placed the wedding cake and other tasty confections atop a vintage sewing machine table, while driftwood woven with cream-colored roses hung high above.  DavidLynn10 DavidLynn11 DavidLynn12 DavidLynn13 DavidLynn14 DavidLynn15Our final vignette began with flowers spilling from teacups that hung on tree branches, with a vintage suitcase filled with blooms and books of love poems, and a birdcage place card holder rested nearby. DavidLynn16 DavidLynn17 DavidLynn19

THE STYLE TEAM
Photography: David Lynn Photography and Jamison Gale Photography  //  Venue: Boettcher Mansion //  Floral Designer: Pink Posey Design  //  Cake: Color Cuisine  //   Dress Designer: Watters from D’Anelli Bridal  //  Headpiece: Belt Mae by Watters  //  Table and Chairs: Chairished Vintage Rentals //  Equipment Rentals: Vintage Rentals Denver  //  Invitations: Wordshop  //  Menu: Fieur De Lis  //  Make up: Magnifica Bella  //  Hair: Captivate by Aleigha