More beautiful images from Erich McVey, taken at his workshop held in Elk, California last June. Ginny Au styled the whole workshop to her perfection with her style that looks natural and un-fussy. I feel so lucky to have been able to contribute to this. Ginny had ancient words that she used as a jumping off point to style each of these looks. The couple and table here were “nubivigant, a woman who is moving among the clouds.”
This tablescape was so simple and pretty. Those sculptures are made by a Salt Lake City local! Colour Maisch makes the most beautiful, delicate pieces of art that went on the sort of un-done table that Ginny dreamed up.
That little fern and berry bouquet is one of my favorites to date, something I would carry if I were getting married in the forest overlooking the coast.
These last few photos of the girl in the forest with just a vine wrapped up her arm was “Brontide, the low roll of distant thunder”. This woman wouldn’t have a bouquet of course….I imagine it is hard to hold a bouquet if you are distant thunder. She was powerful and bold, barefoot in the forest. We gave her just some light vines to wear.
Featured on OnceWed // Photography: Erich McVey // Design & Styling: Ginny Au // Hair & Makeup: Mimi and Taylor // Floral Design: Sarah Winward // Paper and calligraphy: Meghan Kay Sadler // Photo lab: PhotoVision // Table linens & rentals: 12th Table // Venue: Cuffeys Cove Ranch // Dress: Net-a-Porter & Samuelle Couture // Mens Attire: Billy Reid // Brides Shoes: Billy Reid // Sculptures: Colour Maisch
Blog Photo Edit & Layout: Kelly Oshiro