Late autumn in North Carolina means the flowering of the beautiful wild Baccharis halimifolia – also known as salt bush” explains North Carolina wedding photographer. ” In North Carolina late autumn means that the wild Baccharis Halimifolia also called salt bush is in full bloom. explains North Carolina wedding photographer Mina von Feilitzsch who took this modern fall wedding inspiration. The salt bush so named because of the fluffy white seeds which sprout from the golden flower is both densely structured and airy.
Madelaine of Mood Floriste designed the editorial in this woodland Carolina Grove. She imagined a stunning arch of blossoming saltbush – sculptural floating and with matching details. The table was photographed at golden hour to capture the honeyed soft light that angled through the trees.
Mina adds “Our bride Kelly moved with grace through the clearing wearing two dresses selected by Gilded Bridal matched to two pairs of earrings one organic and one arched.” This woodland editorial from start to finish is a love-letter to the magic Baccharis Halimifolia and the golden lit forest. It also celebrates the beauty of combining textures colors and places with an earthy sense of season and place. “