Styled Shoot: Elevated Country Picnic

Get inspired by this mini-shoot at Buss Farms

Emma Frankart Henterly
Columbus Monthly
This mini shoot focused on vintage, country-chic yet elevated style.

Now that spring weather finally seems like it’s here to stay, we thought we’d share this styled mini-shoot at Buss Farms. Styled by Larralyn Webb of Queen Anne’s Lace Photography and Stephanie Buss of Buss Farms in Pataskala, this shoot is perfect inspiration for an elopement with a picnic reception. 

“When I first approached Stephanie and Matt, owners of Buss Farms, I asked them to envision the perfectly styled day on their property,” says Webb. “Stephanie, a partner of Surround design firm, has an incredible eye for style, so I knew she would have incredible ideas.” 

Together, Buss and Webb set out to create an elevated scene that featured the property’s 40 rolling acres, as all the weddings hosted at Buss Farms to date had focused on the on-site barn. 

Buss told Webb that when she and her husband, Matt, bought the property, “they loved how the hills reminded them of a European countryside,” says Webb. “We immediately decided to style it as a European countryside picnic wedding—elevated and chic, with beautiful vintage touches, right down to the vintage French earrings borrowed from Tish [Miller], owner of Truluck.” 

After reaching out to some of their favorite vendors, planning was underway. 

“Each one of them delivered, so perfectly encompassing the shoot we had been envisioning for months,” Webb says. 


Photographer:Queen Anne’s Lace Photography 

Venue:Buss Farms 

Flowers:Foraged 774 

Stationery: Samson Studios 


Jewelry: Truluck 

Hair and makeup: Makeup by Tatum 

Suit:Men’s Wearhouse 

Models: Naomi Lane and Logan Webb