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Victorian Meets Bohemian Wedding Inspiration


Victorian Meets Bohemian Wedding Inspiration

The weekend is nearly here, and we’re celebrating BTM style with some dreamy eye candy images that will make your heart beat a little faster. Cimbalik Photography, along with an amazing team of talent, put together this stunning Victorian Meets Bohemian Wedding Inspiration shoot with one amazing floral moment after another. Think blue and white vintage china, a golden sequins wedding cake, a Queen Anne style setting and a bridal floral crown to add some boho vibes. It’s an al fresco party done so right and we’re welcoming it into the FULL GALLERY!

Organic bridal bouquet - Cimbalik Photography Floral wedding cake - Cimbalik Photography 
Beautiful bride and groom picture - Cimbalik Photography Victorian meets bohemian wedding tablescape - Cimbalik Photography White and gold wedding cake - Cimbalik Photography 
Pink wedding boutonniere - Cimbalik Photography Beautiful wedding dress - Cimbalik Photography Gold and blue wedding table-scape - Cimbalik Photography Sequins wedding cake - Cimbalik Photography Wedding flowers - Cimbalik Photography Bridal makeup - Cimbalik Photography 
Gold sequins wedding cake - Cimbalik Photography Floral wedding arrangement - Cimbalik Photography Bridal picture - Cimbalik Photography Floral wedding arrangements - Cimbalik Photography Romantic wedding picture - Cimbalik Photography 
Fall wedding inspiration - Cimbalik Photography 
Blue and white wedding china - Cimbalik Photography Sweet heart wedding table - Cimbalik Photography 
Gorgeous wedding picture - Cimbalik Photography 

From the Photographer… “This beautiful building was once home to a succession of the Episcopal Bishops of Idaho. Each of the men who served as the head of Episcopal Diocese of Idaho lived in this home with their families while serving in the capacity as the Episcopal Bishop of Idaho. The original house was built in the late 1880’s and was remodeled to its current stately, towered Queen Anne style Victorian home in 1899.”


Photographer: Cimbalik Photography // Design and Decor: Blush Creek // Floral Designer: Flora McCall // Other: IDoWED // Apparel: Mr. Formal // Hair Stylist: Shawna Hines // Dress Designer: Something Old, Something New Boutique // Bakery: Stevi Raff Cake Design // Museum: The Bishops’ House // DJ: VCI Audio Entertainment // Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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