In our lifetime we fall in love, go on adventures, and make memories with those we cherish. It all happens far too quickly, so we must make the most of every moment. In order to look back on our experiences and joy, we turn to an instrument that captures it all.
A polaroid model 104 camera was the inspiration behind this entire fall shoot. Sara, from Sara Michelle Weddings and Events, was entrusted with this family heirloom that was found tucked away in a box and forgotten. After receiving this object, filled with history and antiquity, Sara knew she wanted to include this camera in a photoshoot in order to combine two very different eras into one seamless vision. This whole design was fully conceptualized in group collaboration with the photographer, Taylor Bellais, and florist, Paige from Wildflower Floral. Once Sara brought these ideas of two opposites working together, the rest of the vision came to life. From color choices to table settings, you can see the hints of both the retro and modern looks.
Sara brought the whole concept together so beautifully and immediately knew that the Linen Building was the perfect setting for this idea. It is an old and rustic building full of history that was brought back to life to use for events with the clean white brick walls, hardwood floors, and large windows letting in beautiful natural light. Paige from Wildflower made our fall colors pop with her beautiful floral arrangements and brought such a unique ceremony setting for our couple.
This shoot proves that a bride should never be afraid of blending two very opposing concepts when planning her wedding.
– Idaho Wedding Photographer, Taylor Bellais Photography