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Vendor Guide

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From Farm to Table Wedding Brunch Inspiration

Spring is a time of renewal and new beginnings as seeds blossom into flowers, and farms are filled with baby animals and bountiful fruits and vegetables. Our first exclusive Tidewater and Tulle stylized shoot of the year, vendor fam Becky of Roost Flowers and friend Mary of Bluebird's Garage wanted to capture this essence in their Easter-inspired stylized wedding brunch. All with a focus on natural, local, and alternative small businesses that one might not directly associate with weddings.

Many engaged couples are consciously choosing to go more local, more organic, and more eco-conscious with their weddings. From juice bars to repurposed vintage rentals to coffee stations, these more personal touches add a certain beauty and community to any wedding brunch or day.

Photographically in two parts, the New Earth Farm in Virginia Beach served as the perfect introduction for bringing the farm straight to the table. Mary and Becky create the quintessential feast of colorful veggies and juicy fruits for a bright and cheerful day-after wedding brunch. Through the lovely visuals of Sarah Street Photography, the scene is set with local goodies from Fruitive, PaperDolls Design, La Dolce Vita Bakery, and Three Ships Coffee.

You can't help but love when unique vendors come together to showcase their creative vision through handmade and homemade goods as fabulous wedding options for Hampton Roads brides and grooms!

























































VENDOR CREDITS:
Photography: Sarah Street Photography // Farm Location: New Earth Farm // Concept Styling and Furniture Rentals: Bluebird's Garage // Florals and Styling: Roost Flowers // Stationery: PaperDolls Design // Juices and Catering: Fruitive // Dossants: La Dolce Vita Bakery // Coffee Station: Three Ships Coffee

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