Photo Shoots, Photography, Summer Weddings

Vintage Style With Boho Touches And Wildflowers For An Intimate Wedding

This Summer Vintage Styled Shoot features warm, homey details with a splash of boho. Layered with textures and colorful wildflowers, topped with a cold drink of lemonade for a summery farm wedding made for an enchanting special day with real life couple, Keevy and Ben.

This intimate wedding takes you back to simpler times, surrounded by family, close friends, and fireflies – a beautiful memory in the making.

Cedar Grove Acres allowed for an elegant and authentic local wedding venue on 30 acres of rolling farmland in Granville County. Recognized as a top Raleigh wedding venue, Cedar Grove Acres delivered nothing short of an amazingly simple, beautiful setting for this vintage summer photo shoot.

Keeping with the theme of the shoot, Love Cake, a Raleigh wedding cake bakery, created something special for the day (which we all enjoyed afterwards!). The custom wedding cake was delicate, creamy, and light so guests can dance the nice away without feeling too full. Standing nearly 18 inches tall, the wedding cake displayed with sophistication which allowed for a picturesque background or a focused foreground with the bride and groom.

So much went into this vintage summer wedding shoot and we’re so thankful for our artists, partners, and vendors, highlighted below. As your only free, local wedding guide Weddings Lookbook is here to provide the best inspirational resources for you to grab ideas and hire some of the top wedding vendors in the Raleigh-Triangle market. Be sure to view all the photos and contact the vendors below for more information about their services.

Photographer: @lilyandvinephotoco
Venue: @cedargroveacres
Cake: @love_cakenc
Earrings & Pajamas: @_poppy_co_
Jewelry: @diamondsdirect
Beauty: @winkhairandmakeup
Florist: @brandisbotanicals
Tabletop: @southernvintagetable2
Suit: @bernardstux
Dress: @oakcitybridal
Invite Design: @lily_bird_designs with @minted
Models & Real-life Couple: Keevy and Ben Fuller