Recently a bride came to us with a very specific vision for her wedding. Having decided to get married on the grounds of an old dairy farm in North Carolina she knew she wanted the vibe to be, in her words, 'bohemian farmhouse chic'. We were instantly obsessed with the possibilities! We knew we just had to help her make that vision come to life. While we can't show you the finished invites just yet (she hasn't even seen the final pieces!) we can share some of what helped inspire us and eventually lead us to the final design.
top left to right: Jumping Run Farm photograph taken by the groom, bride on bench via Neysa Ruhl Photography bottom left to right: paper star lanterns via Flickr, chandelier via Tim Evan Cook Photography
left to right: flowers via Style Me Pretty, vintage milk caps via Photobucket, favor jars via SMP, ceremony sign Our Labor of Love via Once Wed
top: button details and rustic coat check Benjamin Dell via Once Wed
bottom left to right: wood grain cuff links Block Party Press via Etsy, vintage milk bottles Bailey's and Ideal Home
Be sure to check back soon when we will reveal the finished invitations.