Getting weird in Asheville: Fall Wedding @ Horseshoe Farm

Given the opportunity to get weird on our photo tour of wedding day, we say YES to the dress (shot) ! This recent wedding hosted just outside Asheville, North Carolina on a fully operational horse farm had the most gorgeous floral details, perfect photo ops and all the equestrian day dreams you could (weird) dream of. But before we got weird, our bride looked like she stepped our of a fairy tale book with hand sewn, seasonal flowers in her hair, a gorgeous, princess style, wedding gown and a calmness so sweet that even a ladybug landed on the lace detailed train just as first look was taking place!! True story!! Later, when our photo crew found a few interesting art pieces around the venue’s grounds, we figured we’d have to include them in our photos somehow! A rose quartz + a blue turquoise covered skull made their way into our bridal portraits only after we asked our handsome couple, ‘are you ok with getting a little weird?’ They quickly said yes and well…keep reading or just skip ahead to see more ‘photo gems’ with these two love birds !!

The property at Horse Shoe Farm is also right out of a picture book. Without a doubt, fall in this region is crazy beautiful but the rolling Blue Ridge Mountains in the back ground of many of our shots just gives us another reason to swoon over this wedding’s highlight reel. A few #bts shots of hair goddesses at Lola Salon actually hand sewing all the floral into our bride’s flowing locks and super beautiful big, romantic braid are faves amongst details of floral + fauna. The decor was organized, installed, and planned by the team at Shay Brown Events whom produced a top notch, dream wedding. Hands down, pairing art and culture is a combination that the sweet mountain town of Asheville, North Carolina is keen on in more ways than one. Having opened our second studio location here last year, we are head over heels with all of the amazing wedding venues, beautiful backdrops and texture with so many more beautiful places to pull inspiration.

Our gorgeous couple kept their guest list tight and didn’t miss a detail in making sure all those whom where invited felt very special being in attendance. Each lady was given a small fur wrap to keep her warm on the brisk fall afternoon and a equally sweet touch of small, flower crowns for all the princesses. One of the VIP guests in attendance was our bride’s grandmother. The two shared a sweet toast at the start of the night and then later opened the dance floor like it was their job, hand in hand , generation in generation. These are the sweetest moments we always keep an eye out for happening in real time, no shot list needed. That’s why we do what we do!

K + T, we are basically obsessed with your hugs, can’t get enough of your fairy inspired, dreamy looks of love and next party you invite grandma to, please be sure we are there because we love her as much as we love your love story!


Rose + Co