Are you a bride that likes to go against the grain, but still be “on cue” with trends? If so, this bright and bold bridal inspiration shoot is for you! Simple greenery and modern design is all the rage these days when it comes to weddings. Who am I kidding, when it comes to anything really. If you follow along on my Instagram, you know I am a fan of those trends as well.
However, I am a sucker for pops of color, especially when it is styled as beautifully as this bridal inspiration shoot was. What I love about this inspiration is that it keeps the design relevant, but it is also unique. You have the classic farm table, which looks good in nearly any setting, but especially great when you put it outside. Farm tables are oh so versatile, as you can see here, this one was “dressed up” a bit with organic florals and beautiful, white vintage china.
Now let’s talk about these florals…are they gorgeous or what? To the bridal bouquet, to the centerpiece, even down to the floral detail on the cake – it all adds gorgeous color and texture. Peach has never been on my top ten colors list, but after this inspiration, I am thinking it should be. Up until now, I thought of peach as a “stuffy grandma color”, but not anymore. These peach tones were the perfect compliment to the organic greenery.
One of my favorite unique details in this inspiration is the hanging lanterns. They may not be the first thing you notice; however, if you took them away you would definitely loose something. Always aim to include something unique, my favorite additions are always things with meaning (hint, hint…a family heirloom).
Venue: The White Sparrow | Host: Styled Shoots Across America | Planning & Design: Heather Benge Events | Stationary: Brown Fox Creative | Hair & Makeup: Sunkissed and Made Up | Gown: Impression Bridal Florals: Details Dallas Floral | Rentals: Big D Party Rentals | Vintage Furniture & Rentals: Gold Dust Vintage & Love Birds Vintage Linens: Nüage Designs Cake: Iced n Frosted & Moonlight Cakes Veil: Kathryn Ann Bridal Model: Rebecca
April 3, 2018