{Styled Shoot} Abandoned Barn meets Kismet & Clover

It's a good day around here whenever a photographer has submitted to us a rustic and vintage styled shoot, especially when the location takes place at an old abandoned barn! I am just loving this submission from Red Bloom Photography, featuring the stylings of event designer Kismet and Clover!  It hits all the right notes and leaves much to inspire for decorating a rustic outdoor event.  

Monica with Red Bloom Photography had this to say about the shoot:
In September, about a month before the shoot, I had done a casting call on my facebook page for a long haired girl with Anthropolgie inspired wardrobe. Me and Karen (HMUA) were looking to collaborate again and do a shoot with very natural organic looking makeup. Just a couple days later one of my former brides messaged me and said she was starting up her new company Kismet & Clover, and on a whim I said "let's do a styled shoot". Having already worked together on her very very detailed wedding, I was pumped to see what she came up with for the shoot. So after two last minute cancellations due to the very sporadic extreme weather in Calgary, we put together a new location and time and made it happen. 

Well, we are glad the weather finally permitted, we love the end result!!  Take a peak for yourselves at this styled shoot captured by Red Bloom Photography:







I LOVE everything!  It's like the fabulous stylists at Kismet & Clover could read my mind on a shoot I would style!!  From the painted mason jars to the mix and matched plate dishware, the burlap table runner and fabric bunting-it's all making me swoon and sway.  

Many thanks to Red Bloom PhotographyKismet and Clover and  Louissant Artistry for this gorgeous collaboration submission!

Photography: Red Bloom Photography, Alberta, Canada
Event Designer: Kismet and Clover, Alberta, Canada

1 comment:

  1. YAY!!! Thanks so much for the amazing feature!! So happy to be party of the Savvy Deets Bridal blog=) Monica @redbloomphotography


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