I recently met up with the lovely Noelle for some fun shop-talk and a little excursion to Nash’s Produce Stand. While the sun was blazing and it wasn’t a great time of day for outside photos, we made do with the filtered light under a shaded area at the market. And when wedding photographers get together… well… we can get a little carried away! Noelle posed as the bride carrying a lovely broccoli bouquet, and while I wouldn’t actually suggest broccoli for your wedding flowers, I thought a farm stand could still provide some fun inspiration for a country wedding. What do you think? Would you consider a farmer’s market inspired wedding?
Here’s a little inspiration from around the web, including a seed-packet inspired invitation suite and some decor featuring fruit, produce, and natural textures like aged wood and jute. What better to decorate with than the vibrant colors of nature herself?
First Row: http://thegatheredblog.wordpress.com; http://www.floretflowers.com; National Geographic 1972
Second Row: Design Sponge; http://www.style-files.com; http://www.save-on-crafts.com
Third Row: http://www.floretflowers.com; http://www.countryliving.com; http://www.etsy.com/shop/imeondesign
Fourth Row: http://www.remodelista.com; http://vinnord.blogspot.com; http://www.limnandlovely.com
All images copyright Adrien Craven Photography unless otherwise specified.
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