This Wed Me Wednesday is full of organic décor with rich accent tones. We love this wedding shoot’s elevated sense of style, braided with an effortless expression of nature. Each element is, at first glance, simple and subtle. But, when you give each scene just a couple more seconds that’s when the completeness of composition comes to light.
Every single décor item has a rich, flourishing essence. Particularly, the vegetable and fruit centerpiece is vivid in color and full-bodied in form. Even though the ceremony arch initially looks stark, the depth and fluidity of its shape bring a sense of wholeness to the structure.
And check out that bouquet! — made with such intricate orchids amidst a selection of native-looking foliage. The cake is a model of lush simplicity, enriched by the tantalizing fruit decorations on each tier.
What an example for holiday gatherings — the whole affair has such intention in every element so that all of the décor comes together, engendering an atmosphere of grace and significance at every turn.
Linen Featured : Tuscany Limestone [Tuscano Collection]
Top 5 Things We Love:
5. Combination of subtle and vivid components [dress, suit, flowers] 4. Deep, rich colors [centerpiece, fruit garnishings, bouquet] 3. Statement-making nature of the ceremony arch [shape, fullness, simplicity] 2. Organic, yet elegant, aura of design [bouquet, centerpiece, stationary] 1. Intention in every element of décor [fruit on table and cake, peach slices for tea, place settings]
Credit : Source – OnceWed :: Photography – Jose Villa :: Bride’s Dress – Proenza Schouler :: Groom’s Suit – Armani :: Hair and Makeup – Jordan Byers :: Location – Serenbe :: Centerpiece – Amy Osaba :: Cake – Sun in My Belly :: Stationary and Calligraphy – neithersnow :: Branch Arch – Ginny Branch Stelling and Erica Loesing :: Rings – catbird :: Flower Girl Dresses: J.Crew Contessa and Linley :: Linen: – La Tavola :: Wooden Cake Stand – TheCakeStandBoutique