Full Aperture Floral, lead by the effervescet Kristen Vander-Yacht, has been on the fast ascent over the past few years, gathering attention and media accolades on its way up – o hello, NYmag, & Martha Stewart Living. Certainly, the seeds of Mr. Vander-Yacht’s business are magical beans and his company’s reputation is bound to be as bold as those giants in the sky.
Nurturing a seed of inspiration until it blooms is truly gratifying especially when you gather a collective bouquet of talent. Some of dirty sugar’s nearest and dearest assembled for a moment of matrimonial style.
Lead d.s. Stylist, Amy Connolly, paired the pixie-perfect, Emily Stockade, in a vintage gown sourced by Jeanine Rhodes. Hair and Makeup Stylist, Kayla Jo, complimented the classic line of the dress with the retro-pompadour giving the overall look a more updated contemporary edge an effect only enhanced with its modern bleached color.
This white on white on white only maximized the contrast of the stunning bouquet. Mr. Vander-Yacht featured Peonies and Garden Roses, paired with Grape Vines, Larkspur and Plum Leaves. To add to the grandeur he tied it all together with the gorgeous plum colored ribbon by Silk and Willow.
Beware: With florals on fleek such as these, bridesmaids are sure to be fighting to bloody death when this bouquet gets tossed!
Full shoot credits:
Photographer: Jason Weston Website
Stylist: Amy Connolly Instagram
Hair & Make Up: Kayla Jo Website
Dress: Jeanine Rhodes Website
Photo Assistant: Adam Flemming Instagram