This Greenhouse wedding styled shoot repurposes a greenhouse as an ingenious venue for scientifically fun and quirky inspiration.
Open-mindedness in wedding planning can lead to invigorating new ideas not seen before. For example, did you ever think that those test tubes and beakers in your science class would be used for a wedding?
Since the greenhouse is full of plant life, the color palette includes bright hues of yellow, red, and orange to complement the natural hues. While the groom looks great in a gray suit, the bride wears an eye-popping red dress with statement flower earrings.
The bouquets, boutonniere, and flower arrangements all feature confetti roses, golden crespedia, ranunculus, succulents, ferns, and cabbage!
A fun ceremony is set with a chalkboard drawing of geometric designs, a chandelier of glass tubes with flowers, and modern white chairs.
Continuing the contemporary feel, place settings include stark white plates and bowls, and drinks in graduated cylinders!
This shoot proves one thing – science be sensationally stylish!
Photographer - Aly Carroll Photography Floral Designer - Shelly Sarver Designs Styling - Emily Hostetter and Shelly Sarver Designs Stationary - Ephemera Makeup - Beauty of All Faces Catering - Gateway Market Furniture Rental - Poppy & Olives Dishware & Serving - CB2 Donut Cake - Donut Hut Suit - Jcrew Romper - Rent the Runway