For years I have been dreaming of photographing a styled wedding in the fields of lavender on Washington Island. I pictured the wild,Â herb bouquet, glamorous gown, and french macaron tower.
Washington Island Lavender Farm Wedding
This August we were able toÂ collaborate with some incredible vendors who made it a reality! People have asked us why we do styled shoots, and the answer is simple: everyone who is a part of your weddingÂ is a creative. Whether they are making your cake, styling your wardrobe, or designing your florals, we are creative people whose job it is to makeÂ your vision a reality. Playing withÂ new ideas and trying things that we have imagined helps keeps us fresh – it feeds our creative energies and makes us better at what we do.
Washington Island Wedding Photography, Door County
This Washington Island styled wedding took place in the lavender fields ofÂ Historic Island Dairy with a stopÂ at Stavkirke Church and champagne at sunset at the iconic Schoolhouse Beach. Never before has a styled shoot involved a ferry ride or an overnight stay, but we had an absolute blast!
Door County Wedding Photographers
We couldn’t do this without the talents of the amazing vendors who collaborated with us. Seriously, if you are looking for vendors for your Door County wedding, look no further. Thank you to everyone involved:
Venue: Island Lavender at Historic Island Dairy www.islandlavender.com www.historicislanddairy.com
Dress: Erika’s Bridal Couture www.erikasbridalcouture.com
Suit: DuBois Formalwear www.duboistuxedo.com
Florals: Blossoms Flower House www.blossomsflowerhouse.com
Hair & Make-Up: Rachel @ Invidia Salon
Rings: Alyssa & Anna Fine Jewelry www.alyssaanna.com
Cake: Monzu Bakery www.monzubakery.com
Models: Hope Copiskey and Oliver Wallschlaeger
And special thanks to Rachel from Invidia and our models, Hope and Oliver, for traveling across Death’s Door to the Island with us!
The name of the lavender farm at the Historic Island Dairy is the â€œIsland Lavender Companyâ€