In this styled shoot in Williamsburg, VA, we wanted to focus on the idea of weddings giving back to the community throughout all aspects of the vendors. From working with Noonday Collection, a brand that provides fair wages to women in third world countries to repurposing a vintage Mexican wedding dress, vendors worked together to make the vision behind the shoot come to life. Hosting the shoot at a 501(3)c venue like the Williamsburg Botanical Garden was the perfect location for a nature-inspired afternoon. Succulents by Aleen Floral Design were a major decor plus, complimenting the bouquet and tables. We love the idea of having taco trucks stop by for an easy yet delicious meal. Today’s feature is perfect for outdoor nature-lovers who are interested in working with vendors that give back to communities worldwide… sounds like a perfect combo!
Special thanks to these incredible vendors:
Photographer: Meredith Ryncarz Photography || Floral Designer: Aleen Floral Design || Bakery: Bella Cakes || DIY or Handmade Goods Designer: Guy Piper || Specialty Foods: Karnage Asada Food Truck || Design and Decor: Mad Hatter Vintage || Jewelry: Noonday Collection || Invitation Designer: paper dolls design || Makeup Artist: Richmond Makeup Artist || Event Designer: Two River Events LLC || Bridesmaid Dresses: Versona || Other Location: Williamsburg Botanical Garden