“The inspiration came from a sort of Marianne Faithfull-meets-Marie Antoinette vibe,” explained Cohl. “I have always been enamored by the ‘60s and ‘70s aesthetic, but when it comes to weddings, no workmanship is better than that of the late 19th and early 20th century, so I did my best to marry the two together in an elemental way,” she said. We're really feeling the Marianne Faithfull effect — especially since Keith used to kick it with her in his heyday. Six degrees of separation much? Plus, we could so see Theodora's mom, Patti, sporting this look in the '70s.
The pieces alone are breathtaking, but then the earthy lookbook elevates the ensembles. We marveled at the celestial images of the couple heading to the altar in a lush orchard setting — dream wedding! Take a peek at the snapshots (and the accompanying video), and get ready to start plotting an outdoor ceremony, stat — these images are that inspiring.
Photographed by Rylan Perry.