Behind The Inspo: This styled shoot was a passion project for me personally, I had grown up with The Princess Bride as so many others had as well and it is still my favorite movie. With Westley & Buttercup holding a place is so many hearts I knew that I needed to accurately represent the connection that they had together, a connection that went deeper than any other love story ever told. Putting together these vendors was difficult- my husband & I chose to only work with LGBTQ+ friendly vendors and even in this day and age that was more difficult than we had imagined. When we did bring this team together we knew that we had something special- every one of these vendors had a connection to the movie that stemmed from their childhood and how it touched them. Being a cult classic there are few people I’m sure that haven’t seen this movie and fallen completely in love.
Photographer: Miranda Eorio Photography | Venue: Duke Sculpture Gardens at the Dixon Mansion | Florals: Herritage Gatherings | Cake: Flouretta Sweet | Cookie: Honey Suckle Sweet | Stationery + Signage: Line & Letter Designs | Makeup: Meg Sullivan Makeup | Hair: Lovelies Custom Hair Art | Styling Kit Details: The Paper creation | Linens: Special Occassions | Crown: Blushing Gold Brides | Horse Farm: Hidden Valley Horse Farm | Illustration: Laissa Miller | Dress: The Dress Matters | Seamstress: Madelange Laroche Couture Bridal | Tux: Saget’s Formal Wear | Catering: Jeffery Miller Catering | Models: Jaime Muth + Brandon Lesagonicz