Seaglass and Mist | Orchestrated Stylized Shoots

It's been an adventure this whole year with Orchestrated, and it's been a big blessing to be able to meet all of these incredible people along the way. For the first part of the shoot, we created the swift elopement storyline for a bride and her sea captain groom as he prepares to head off to a long work project in the Atlantic. Not knowing what may come the next day, they embrace the ocean as their wedding inspiration and have an intimate ceremony with a reception for close friends and family. And for the grand finale in the second part, as our perfect break-through-the-clouds weather would just make it oh so perfect, a happy celebration on his return, with man's best friend, and a captain being led home by his the light of his life. :)

Seaglass & Mist pays homage to the nautical history embedded in New England's past. The beauty and power of the sea has crafted the local communities as many were (and still are) seamen, fishermen, and other ocean-related laborers. Families were deeply affected by these often hazardous jobs, yet the pride of this sea-bearing region reigns in their hearts and histories.

These New England wedding vendors were artists in every sense-- from the beautifully crafted and seaglass-inspired pastries by the ladies at Zest to the handpainted wedding stationery by Haven of Bottle and Cork... just major swoon everywhere. And with many thanks to Jen of J. Splendid, Katy and I were so fortunate to be able to work with them this past September!

We were also very grateful that Fab You Bliss published this in two installments and saw the two story lines within the images! Mission accomplished! See Part 1 and Part 2 on that beautiful wedding blog! :)

The Wonderful Vendors:
Concept Design & Photography | Chelsea LaVere
Logistics | Katy Blevins
Event Coordination & Florals | J. Splendid Events
Venue | The Captain Palmer House
Stationery | Bottle and Cork Designs
Desserts | Zest Fresh Pastry
Vintage Furniture | Sassafras Vintage Rentals
Tableware | Rent Vintage China
Hair & Makeup | Antonio Hair Design
Nautical Details | CereusArt
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