Yesterday we featured Part One of this gorgeous Cinco de Mayo inspired style shoot. Today, in part two, we see more of a rustic, natural style. The model wore three separate dresses for this part of this shoot. We love the relaxed, but utterly romantic feel of this inspiration. Again, a huge thank you to Melissa McCrotty Photography, and the vendor team who pulled this together, for sharing!
In spirit of the Cinco de Mayo Holiday, I’m very excited to share part one of this fun style shoot. Thanks to Melissa McCrotty Photography for sharing, and for all of the talented vendors who worked together to bring this inspiration together. Tomorrow is part two of the style shoot, say make sure to check back!
“Grace and James are just as sweet as could be, and I loved the way they were together, just totally at peace and at ease with one another. They’ve been together, “practically forever”, as they were introduced in high school by a mutual friend, who was certain they would hit it off. Which they did, almost immediately, and have been together ever since. The wedding was a beautiful fall collaboration between family and close friends, and the reception decor and details were procured from the homes of various friends and family, and many had special meaning, especially the vintage mirror which the cake sat upon. That mirror travel across the ocean with James’s family when they migrated to America from Ireland, and has been handed down throughout his family for several generations.” –Melissa McCrotty Photography