Albert Camus famously said, “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” This exquisite and timeless styled shoot embodies the essence of spring meets fall by having autumn colors in softer shades. Surrounded by trees, fallen crunchy leaves, historic brick, and a gloomy sky, this Kansas shoot in historical Fort Leavenworth is ideal for some cozy and elegant wedding inspiration.
A new chapter—a time of rebirth and transformation. All things brought to fruition by event planner, Nellie Sparkman Events. Captured by Linger Rood Photography, and made by Victoria Gardens, the florals are truly what set the romantic fall mood. The bride holds a radiant large bouquet full of autumnal blooms. Peonies, ranunculus, carnations, and roses in burnt oranges, deep reds, yellows, and pops of dark purple, wrapped in orange silk ribbon. Abundant greenery spans the tables. The centerpieces represent the harvest with seasonal berries, pomegranates, wheat, and a warm embrace. Gold envelopes filled with delicate beige roses, red and orange leaves, and bushels of berries complement the greenery and the centerpieces. The touches of light pink and blue on the table settings really add sweetness to it all. The groom wore a polka dot navy blue tuxedo jacket with black suede trim and the bride’s trumpet dress with the ruffled vintage sleeves completes this classic fall story.