These gorgeous behind the scenes, detail shots and outtakes from "Love is Wild," a jungle-inspired love story in the latest issue of the mywedding magazine, may not share the whole story (for that, you'll have to pick up a copy of the magazine itself), but they do a pretty incredible job of reminding us how insanely stunning a wedding with a little inspiration and some attention to detail can be. For an even more jaw-droppingly wonderful preview of the shoot, check out the behind the scenes video!
All good jungle-inspired, modern wedding photo shoots start with an awesome collection of rubber tree plants. And a wall with crazy cool texture, like the one below.
Let's talk about this ceremony setting idea for just a minute. Lush plants, white pots, non-traditional floral decor and a macrame, woven altar backdrop we're just dying to DIY. We'll bring the rope if you bring the location...
The Romance Between hand-lettered some incredible details for this shoot, including the quote on fabric above and a number of geode details and rock slice escort cards (keep scrolling - you can't miss them). Calligraphy goals, right?
We also can't seem to stop talking about the stunning back corsage Brown Paper Design created. Pick up a copy of the magazine to see the full arrangement in all its exotic floral glory.
These one of a kind brigadeiros (They're what happens when bon bons and truffles decide to have a baby. Is anyone else suddenly battling a possibly out of control sweet tooth? Just us?) were handcrafted by Simply Brigadeiro. We're surprised they lasted long enough for anyone to take a photo of them. Although they might (key word: might) be too pretty to eat.
Don't forget to snag a copy of the new issue of mywedding, which is on newsstands starting December 2, to see the full shoot and some wedding planning ideas and inspiration from the designers themselves.
Creative direction & styling: Gather Events | Photography: M. K. Sadler | Lettering & paper goods: The Romance Between | Hair & makeup: Fiore Beauty | Floral design: Brown Paper Design & The Plant Library | Bride fashion: Shareen | Groom fashion: The Black Tux | Food & drink: Simply Brigadeiro | Rentals & decor: Borrowed BLU