Over the summer, we worked on a few projects here and there. To be honest, we haven’t been doing nearly as many styled shoots as we used to. The great thing about styled shoots is the networking and content that gets created. They’re a great way to branch out and try something new, too. When Dan & Erin PhotoCinema reached out with this brilliant summer inspired farmer’s market wedding, we knew we had to be a part of it. With colorful florals, one of the newest venues right here in Scottsdale, Arizona, and truly a dream team, this summer inspired farmer’s market wedding shoot is one that is filled with inspiration. 

The talented Courtney Olsen with Coco Collective Weddings worked on designing with the team. Being sure to bring in fresh and unique elements was top of the list.  So often you see blush or white soft tones in weddings. As absolutely beautiful as those weddings are, it is always refreshing to have a client come to you with a really unique idea that they’ve thought up for their event. The concept of a summer inspired farmer’s market wedding with fun, bright colorful details were going to speak for themselves and that they did.

One of our favorite details was the idea of incorporating fresh fruit and vegetables throughout the entire design. Mandi with Butterfly Petals worked her magic on this insane set up. It’s not every day that radishes and cherries make it into detail photos and peaches, parsnips, and asparagus are a part of the floral designs. The entire team who worked on this shoot crushed it. From the fresh hair & makeup, the balance of bright colors with wood and metal texted, and of course all the farm fresh produce. Every detail for this shoot was absolutely refreshing and just screams summery inspiration.


Venue: The Clayton House
Planning & Design: Coco Collective Weddings
Floral: Butterfly Petals
Photo & Video: Dan & Erin PhotoCinema
Furniture Rentals: Tremaine Events 
Dress: Wedding Belles Bridal Boutique
Paper Goods: Lola Lee Invitations
Hair & Makeup: Braids & Bobbypins
Rings: Olive Ave Jewelry
Cake: Kyndra’s Kitchen