70s Wildflower Wedding Style Shoot at Harvest Hollow

There is nothing like the 70s to bring up the feeling of America, with the 4th of July coming up I felt let this was the perfect Blog to celebrate. Nothing like belle sleeves, VW buses and wildflowers to totally make you want to throw on your bell bottoms and wave around the American Flag.

So much to talk about from this style shoot. When photographer Kylie of Lilac and Lemon Photography sent over these photos I was so excited to share her gorgeous work. And there is so much to love about this one!!! First, the beautiful backdrop that is Harvest Hollow Venue and Farm. Harvest Hollow is the perfect blank canvas with it’s gleaming white interior and exterior. Add a beautiful couple who are real newlyweds, married just six months. The super beautiful dress is from the sweetest bridal shop Kathleens Bridal.

The VW bus in the photos is avaliable for rent as a prop and a photo booth. You can check it out over on their website Wander Love Bus. Field + Forge the floral designer for this shoot are a mother + daughter team. They farm all of their flowers, and whatever doesn’t grow on their family farm they forage through wild flowers which is all kinds of impressive talk. Field + Forge picked some great flowers for this shoot that worked perfectly with the style and theme. I could go on and on about the inviations from Bright Beauty Design too! All of the vendors below in the vendor credits made this 70s shoot super groovy. Be sure to check them out and enjoy the blog. Happy 4th!!!

Vendor Credits

Venue: Harvest Hollow Venue and Farm // Photographer: Lilac and Lemon Photography // Floral Design: Field + Forage // Photo Booth-VW Bus: Wander Love Bus// Hair Stylist: Shears That Go // Invitation Design: Beauty Bright Design // Dress: Kathleens Bridal // Etsy Designer: Loom Ghost // Cake Design: A. Joy Cakes

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