Color that Blooms Styled Wedding
Brides of yesteryear used to choose one main wedding color and incorporate it into their big day. Today’s brides use multiple colors to create a multifaceted vision with depth. This styled wedding at the lovely Merrimon-Wynne House in Raleigh, North Carolina, was inspired by the Pantone color “Radiant Orchid," and the hue served as the style guide for a truly Southern soiree.
From the gentlemen’s shirts to the invitation suite, every element is different and unique. Each member of the wedding party wears a different look, offering the chance for each person to express their own style. The groom even wears an ingenious pocket square made of petite flowers.
The bride is classic and stunning in a crisp white gown with jewel neckline. She, the groom, and the pastel party stand out in front of the gorgeous white venue amid a splash of purple ombre petals and Tuscan chairs.
The desserts are carefully crafted and displayed to also tie in to the color scheme. Blackberry tarts, purple macaroons, and delicate cream puffs are just some of the elegant eats to stoke your sweet curiosities.
The day is polished off with a beautiful flower swag on a natural wooden table, a flower framed escort card display, and an utterly classic British taxi send-off.
Whether it's one flower, one color, or one venue, embrace your inspiration. One simple concept can blossom into an amazing wedding design.
Photography: Blueberry Creative Venue: Merrimon-Wynne House Planning/Design: A Southern Soiree Florist: Eclectic Sage Rentals: Party Reflections, Themeworks Catering: Rocky Top Baker: lucettegrace Hair & MUA: Makeup for Your Day Stationary: Bella Joviality Bridal Gown: Traditions by Anna Bridesmaids Attire: Bella Bridesmaid Menswear: Bernard’s Formalwear, High Cotton Ties Getaway Car: British Taxi