Chic Wedding Meets Dreamy Country

Photos ByChristina Leskovar Photography

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Joelle Arner
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December 13, 2016
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It may be December but we’re still loving the fall feels! Christina, of Christina Leskovar Photography, knew that she wanted to create a shoot that felt vintage-chic in a beautiful country setting. Wildwood Family Farms was the perfect venue and their horses were a sweet and fun addition to the shoot!

 



Nothing says “fall” more than a color palette of cranberry reds, ivory and dusty blues with accents of gold, blush pinks and peach! “The marsala, dusty blue and navy marble accents on the stationery paired so well with my country chic vision for the shoot. The vintage stamps, silk ribbon and envelope calligraphy from Lief Design created the perfect finishing touches,” says Christina.

 



The florals included a variety of foliage including pepperberry, bay leaf and magnolia. Accents of sweet potato vines on the invitation suite and black magic roses in the wedding arch were other beautiful floral additions.

 


The bride’s gown featuring a long sleeve bodice with cashmere lining, deep V plunge neckline and a slim skirt with chapel train was a beautiful choice. “Her dress added the perfect “chic” look I wanted for this country-chic stylized wedding,” says Christina.

 


A light contour and slightly rosy cheek, dreamy pink and lavender tones and a swipe of liner and Ardell lashes were the perfect cosmetic recipe for the bride. A dash of highlight was also used in key areas to mimic a dewy glow.

 

 


“The bride’s hair was twisted and pulled up to add depth and dimension around the sides and top of her hair. Hidden bobby pins secured the locks into place and a few pieces were left out around her face to soften the look,” says Christina. “Some of her ends were not curled all the way to give the illusion of ethereal cascades of hair in the back sections.”

 


This dessert table has our mouths watering! Created by Ginger Bakes, “The semi-naked, two-tiered maple cake included 9 layers, paired with a caramel & walnut filling, and was topped with a red pear, hand-dipped in caramel sauce,” explains Christina. “Pumpkin spiced doughnuts were drizzled with a maple glaze or dunked in a cinnamon sugar topping.” Can we have some?!

 


 

 

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