Mountains, snow, whiskey, and fire. Add 11 local vendors and you have the perfect styled shoot. We are obsessed with this collaboration and even more obsessed with how beautifully Brittany Miller Photography and Palamora Events were able to capture simple, cozy love.
For this shoot we took a traditional a-line tulle gown and toned it down with a neutral, cozy sweater. Of course, it wouldn’t be New Mexican without a Squash Blossom necklace. (sweater and necklace available at Turquoise Teepee)
We love the color pallet that was chosen for this set up. Slate, peach, fern, reds, and metallics! It couldn’t of come together any better.
When it comes to a wedding, it is okay to think outside the box and use several colors. The pink accent chairs are bold, yet subtle enough to allow the mixture of other colors and textures. Red was the perfect pop of color seen throughout. All brought together beautifully with sheer, slate drapery. You can rent these pieces through Knox Auctions.
Can we talk about floral! As always, Calhoun Flower Farms did it again! A mixture of garden roses, blush stock, carnations, kale (yes, kale) eucalyptus, creosote and statice adorned this shoot. Floral is where you can really get creative with color. Opposed to fabric, flowers are light and add the perfect texture to any setting.
How cute is Susanna? Your local New Mexican flower farmer!
This cute little basket included a bath bomb by Of the Oak and soap from New Mexico Soap. If you know good soap, you’ll love New Mexico Soap.
Of the Oak makes all the goodness for your body. From lip balms, to deodorant, beard oil, bath soaks, to all the things apothecary.
How good do these chocolate covered biscochos look?! Kudos to Amber Alvillar, 5th generation and owner of “Mi Abuelita’s Biscochos.” (You can get your hands on these here)
Other small deets included these super cute greeting cards from Priq Candle Co. All hand-painted, all local. If you love these, you’ll also love her vegan candles! You can purchase here.
Whiskey courtesy of Dry Point Distillers.
We love how metals were used to add the perfect touch to this setup. Mixing metals is always okay as long as they’re combined with softer textures to balance them out. Velvet, wool, and mohair are just a few examples of textures that let metallics contrast and stand out on their own.
You can’t even tell the snow is there from all the cozy feels this gives you.
Beanie was custom made by Rae Handmade.
Makeup was done beautifully by Emily Lynn
Hair was elegantly styled by Brittany Evans.
What a good looking bunch!
When great people come together, they make magic. Again, thank you or letting us be a part of this wonderful collaboration. We look forward to many more!
Photographer: Brittany Miller Photography
Videographer: Palamora Events
Florist: Calhoun Flower Farms
MUA: Makeup By Emily Lynn
Hair Stylist: Brittany Evans
Biscochos: Mi Abuelita’s Biscochos
Clothing/Accessories: Turquoise Teepee
Rentals/Styling: Knox Auctions
Greeting Cards: Priq Candle Co.
Soap: New Mexico Soap
Whiskey: Dry Point Distillers
Knitted Hat: Rae Handmade
Wedding Dress: Allure Bridals
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