One of the great joys of my work is when I join forces with other creative entrepreneurs to bring beautiful, impactful ideas to light. The idea for this styled shoot was a fertile seed planted between Lady Lucky Flower Farm and artist / clothing designer Coco Nuco out of a desire to showcase their connection through a mutual respect for the power of flowers and their simultaneous evolution within the wedding industry. Once we combined efforts it was clear that a sense of serendipity would be infused throughout this project. And so one warm summer evening with a spirit of collaboration we came together to create the images you see here.
Lady Luck Flower Farm offers full service floral design, bulk blooms for the do-it-yourselfer or a combination of both. They are a family farm business and have been growing and arranging flowers for a decade. They grow a diverse selection of organically grown blooms and starting in 2018, they are opening up an event space at the farm for weddings and parties.
Coco Nuco is a visual artist with a focus on textiles and sustainable fashion. Her botanically dyed fabrics and wearables express a commitment to the visual and spiritual integrity of plants. She offers custom work by appointment and will be releasing a collection of wedding dresses and intimates in 2018. The dresses featured in the styled shoot showcase her botanical hand dyeing techniques incorporating a variety of materials including seeds, berries, flowers, herbs, and more.
Location + Floral Design: Lady Lucky Flower Farm
Dresses + Table Fabrics: Coco Nuco
Models: Coco Nuco and Aubrey Huntley
Cake: OWL Bakery
Tableware: East Fork Pottery
Letterpress Cards: Cotton Blossom Press