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Today is ALL about the Paper, Cotton, and Flour shoot from Southern Weddings V4 (which makes me really, really happy, because the PCF shoot is one of my very favorites from this issue!). We’re going to try something a little different, though, for this day-long extravaganza. First, we’ll show you the FUN behind-the-scenes video Inkspot Crow filmed for us, then we’ll share the final images from the shoot, and finally we’ll have an amazing giveaway featuring one of the fabulous details from the spread! Sound good? Let’s go!

MacKenzie + Philip are the husband and wife duo behind Inkspot Crow Films, and we had such a blast filming this behind-the-scenes peek way back on a hot, hot, hot North Carolina summer day. Things you should make sure to notice in their film?

1. Joey + Jessica are amazing, and wore outfits that matched the shoot’s color scheme.
2. I concentrate really hard when I arrange invitations, while Whitney appears to have a grand old time fluffing paper poms.
3. The flour mill really was DUSTY.


We’ll be back with the final images soon! In the meantime, you can check out more of Inkspot Crow’s work on their blog and website, and be sure to check out their past SW feature right here!

emily Written with love by Emily
  1. avatar Erin McLean reply

    Love this!! Great work all!

  2. avatar Nancy Ray reply

    I have been wanting to see this video ever since you did this shoot. It did not disappoint! The details and behind-the-scenes look definitely help me appreciate the beautiful images you created, J+J. Loved every second – Great job again Mackenzie and Philip!

  3. avatar Ilana reply

    I ADORE that first dress in the video. When I opened my V4 issue to that page, my heart almost stopped. I would wear that dress any day of the week if I had the opportunity! Love to see all the creativity going on in the shoot. Y’all rocked it’s socks!

    • avatar Emily reply

      We feel the same way, Ilana! I think it’s safe to say that dress is collectively one of our office’s favorite things about V4 :)

  4. avatar William Travis Jewelry reply

    This is such a great video- y’all chose such a great song.
    Love the bouquet wrap!

  5. avatar sarah der reply

    Love this video and shoot! Such a talented group of people!

  6. avatar the crimson poppy reply

    This issue was seriously inspiring, and the editorial was my favorite. I *love* how you managed to get the soft, subtle palette to provide so much color and elegance!

    Very, very cool to see how everything comes together for the shoot – always wondered about that sort of thing! – and delighted to have been a part of it. Can’t wait to see the rest of today’s southern goodness!

  7. avatar Graham Terhune reply

    I kept waiting for a flour fight! :) Great video Ink Spot and awesome shoot ladies.

  8. avatar Sierra reply

    MacKenzie + Philip are great! Loved getting to meet and work with them.

  9. avatar Meredith Perdue reply

    What a fun behind the scenes video!

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