Weddings

Dreamy and Sophisticated Lavender Styled Shoot at Springfield Manor and Winery

Get inspired with this light-filled shoot by Pop the Cork Designs.

We can never get enough of wedding inspiration, especially when it’s as light-filled and dreamy as this styled shoot by Pop the Cork Designs. From the stunning crown braid worn by the bride to the wild, organic florals and the sweeping landscape, there’s lots to love in these shots by Ann Hoang at the Elizabeth Fogarty Workshop.

The easy, flowing calligraphy and the bountiful bouquet of hydrangeas were the perfect starting point for this elegant outdoor styled shoot. We love the crisp decor and the use of vintage rentals that lend a fairytale quality to the Springfield Manor and Winery’s luscious green plains.

The tablescape was set to impress with gold candlesticks and flatware and simple, chic china. The minimalist place settings–with gold accents and touches of greenery and lavender as the decor–allows the nature beauty of the venue to remain in the spotlight.

The styled shoot finishes with a crisp, white, three-tiered cake by Fresh Bakes that embodies the simple but sophisticated setting–a sweet and dreamy finish to this styled shoot.

VENDORS

Photographer: Ann Hoang at the Elizabeth Fogarty Workshop | Stylist: Pop the Cork Designs | Venue: Springfield Manor and Winery | Flowers: Flourish Floral Artistry | Rentals: Party Plus Tents + Events | Vintage Rentals: Regent at Stonehouse | Dress:Sarah Seven | Paper: Butler’s Pantry Calligraphy | Ribbon: Adorn | Gift Box: Marigold & Grey | Hair Dresser: PSC Hair Artistry | Makeup Artist: Izzy B Makeup | Bowties: Boutaugh | Accessories: Jaclyn Jordan New York | Cake and Dessert: Fresh Bakes | Chocolates: Sweet Meat Chef | Plates: Sitting Pretty Vintage Rentals and Event Planning

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Caroline Cunningham joined Washingtonian in 2014 after moving to the DC area from Cincinnati, where she interned and freelanced for Cincinnati Magazine and worked in content marketing. She currently resides in College Park.