‘Vintage Cowboy Hoedown’ shoot

Vintage is a style that just never seems to go out of fashion. It gets repeated tirelessly and without fail, it seems to embody romance and the nostalgia of love. When paired with the “Cowboy” theme, the result is an ace-high Western hoedown, softly imbued with lace and the pretty vintage prints that we’ve come to know and love.

Gleaning our inspiration from the colours and shapes of good ol’ Western movies, we played around with Sheriff stars for the Groom’s boutanniere, cowboy boots and a leather belt for our more trendy Bride and games like ‘Pin the Tail’ and ‘Texas Hold ’em’ to keep the guests entertained while they bend the elbow in the absence of the Bride and Groom during their couple’s shoot. The horses on the farm were in apple pie order for this gorgeous wedding shoot and they gave a rustic authenticity to the theme.

Author: Sunelle van den Berg


Photography: Corli Sadie for A is my Letter

Styling and co-ordinating: Blank Canvas Event Design

Long dress: Lady Marmelade

Short Dress: Susan Ellis Steinhauser

Stationery: Corli Sadie

Boutanniere and Accessories: Net ‘n Kameel


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