Retro and bohemian styles always seem to make their way back around as a trend nearly every season with slightly different variations. Rachel Leintz Photography was inspired by these classic style choices to create two different scenes in this Retro Boho Remix shoot. The first at Mountain Shadows, and the second at the JW Marriott at Camelback Inn. Mountain Shadow’s simple and modern design coordinates with the stunning desert landscape surrounding it, making nearly every setting picture perfect for brides of every style. The decor inside is elegant and striking and served as a supplemental backdrop to the sleek Sarah Seven’s gown with an open back from Lovely Bride. Styling the hair with pumped up volume and tousled curls adds the perfect touch of drama to the elegant look. The simple earrings coordinate perfectly with the stunning ring and serve as the only jewelry pieces. Amongst the understated decor the sophisticated look makes its own statement, evoking effortless glamour.
For the boho look, the team moved to the second venue with an expansive desert setting accented with lush greenery and cacti in the background. Arizona is known for its abundance of cacti, and any bohemian bride would look picture perfect amongst the natural setting. The long-sleeved dress by Rue De Seine from Lovely Bride includes ethereal lace details and embroideries over subtle sheer overlays. The unique silhouette has a shorter train which offsets the drama of the long flowing sleeves and criss crossed fringe. There is no lack of accessorizing with this look which is styled with a unique neck piece that softly trails the open back of the dress and a matching ring. With a softly curled updo, floral headpiece and statement earrings, the entire look embodies the essence of the carefree bohemian bride.
Retro Boho Remix Styled Shoot
Event Planner: Karen Podrasky of KDP Events | Venue: JW Marriott at Camelback Inn | Flowers: The Wildflower AZ | Hair: Nearly Famous Salon | Makeup: Makeup by Whitney | Jewelry: Sundance Catalog | Model: Koralyn Sereyko