Colors: Pink, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Blue
Get lost in a field of wildflowers with Solis Photography for some spring inspiration to celebrate the growth and new beginnings of the environment along with your vows.
“We wanted to feature the essence of the wild fields of flowers here in South Dakota,” said Patty Solis, owner of Solis Photography.
It’s not always sunshine and daisies. It may be sunshine and chamomile.
“You can make something so gorgeous with curated, wild-looking flowers,” Solis said. “There is more than roses for weddings.”
The snapshots at Laurel Ridge Barn in Sioux Falls are dotted with leaves and petals in a rainbow of natural, flowery-field tones that Jane Rae Events arranged.
Floral + Greenery Design by Jane Rae Events
+ Billy Balls
+ Blue Statice
+ Gunni Eucalyptus
+ Light Blue Delphinium
+ Pink Lisianthus
+ Pink Ranunculus
+ Wax Flower
+ Yellow Parrot Tulip
Stems of lacey leaves seem to climb from the bouquet across the bodice of the bride’s dress and extend out onto the mesh sleeves, all designed by Hyacinth Bridal Gowns.
“I don’t only take their images, I spend time learning about their day and their vision for their wedding, so when the big day arrives, I know exactly what they are looking for and what they expect.” -Patty Solis
Solis dedicates her time to learning what the clients’ visions are, so she can deliver her services and product in the most effective way possible.
“I research my couple’s colors and the style of their wedding ahead of time. I am sure I capture everything,” said Solis.
Top Piece of Advice from Solis
Do your homework. Research your vendors. Meet with them. Book people that fit your personality and that match with you. Hiring the wrong vendor can absolutely ruin your day, so be sure that whoever you hire has experience and services that are worth it. Also, hire a planner. They are worth every penny.
Maybe one bride will want to ensure her photos portray how the light pink that Bombshell Beauty Makeup Studio dusted her eyelids with shimmers in the venue’s lighting.
A foodie may want to ensure to include the craft behind the Cultivated in Love charcuterie board when they recall their day.
“My brides spend a huge amount of time thinking about their wedding details and that time needs to be considered,” she added. “The relationships that I build with my couples are definitely my favorite things.”