This editorial shoot captured by Lynette Boyle Photography gives 'farm fresh' a whole new meaning. Sunstone Villa is well-known for its elegant architecture, rich colors and rolling hills, but the oh-so talented Joy Proctor designed a truly unique farmhouse style tablescape just for Kurt Boomer’s workshop at this dreamy venue. Let’s take a closer look at this gorgeous display of rustic and organic elements.
First, we’ll start with the the farmhouse-style tablescape perfectly crafted by Joy Proctor. Positioned next to the cozy fireplace in Sunstone Villa, Joy laid out fresh eggs and bread in wire baskets and wooden bowls in order to create a true farmer’s spread. The design is gorgeously accented by white taper candles, vintage china as well as abundant florals in by Amy Osaba.
A simple chandelier decorated with white taper candles hangs above for an intimate old-world look and feel. The rustic vibe of the venue and farm table pair amazingly with the elegant florals, dinnerware and candlesticks.
Beyond the meal, perfectly placed centerpieces and all of the traditional, common elements of a wedding tablescape can lie something more organic and fresh, and this tablescape brings embodies both. We simply couldn’t dream up a table we would rather sit down and have dinner at!
Photography: Lynette Boyle | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Stylist & Planner: Joy Proctor | Floral Designer: Amy Osaba | Dress Designer: Gossamer | Rentals: Plate Occasions | Venue: Sunstone Villa | Hair & Makeup Artist: Jess Wilcox | Workshop: Kurt Boomer | Calligraphy: Written Word Calligraphy | Paper Printing: Paper Birch Designs | Candles: Creative Candles | Assistants: Jon Cu and Amy Cu