Flowers and weddings go hand-in-hand and this styled shoot embraces that relationship with stunningly beautiful florals and bohemian beauty. With a white canvas of a location, the richness of the colors and style speak volumes through the lens.
The invitation suite features a statement rose color. Gorgeous dark pink script dons each piece, while the artistic inclusion of pink flowers adds an extra element to the invitation and RSVP card. This is a great preview of what’s to come.
Continuing the floral idea, the bride’s dress is a long-sleeve lace creation that is soft and delicate.
From berries to leaves, wildflowers to hydrangea, the bouquet is a wild assortment of colorful flowers. It’s all brought together with rose-colored ribbons.
The bride also embraces the color with her unique style. Her makeup features a natural look with a bright lip and while her hair is pulled away from her face, she holds it together with a flower crown.
With all of her accessories, she makes a beautiful bohemian bride and stands out against the whitewashed walls and floor of the location.
The groom looks like a dapper man of yesteryear. Round spectacles, a clean swoop of his hair, and a gray suit are just the beginning. He also wears a colorful boutonniere and eggplant-colored bow tie to complete his look.
The shoot incorporates a few timeless pieces to balance out the color and modern style. A small ring holder shows off two dainty rosebuds and the rings.
Together, this couple makes quite the handsome pair with their nod to timeless style and their confidence to embrace colors.
For a unique ceremony idea, a large flowering branch is hung on the wall. Its arching style and colorful flowers make it an easy addition to any space.
A cozy reception table is arranged with loaves of bread, copper mugs, a cheesecloth table runner, and plain white plates.
Gold flatware adds a touch of sparkle. Tall candlesticks add height to the table and the gorgeous centerpiece creates a lively focal point.
The cake is a one-tier, casually frosted creation with a simple pink flower. With all of the color from the other florals, this dessert is a fitting alternative.
It sits atop a gold drink cart – another way to tie in the metallic hue.
This styled shoot is a beautiful example of the impact bold and rich florals can have on a wedding. Accompany that with defined personal style and a location that offers a clean slate, and you can build a scene that is colorful, unique, and poignant.
Photography | Ivy and Gold
Styling & Coordinating | Sam Lewis
Florals | Stemm
HMUA | Meaghan Levy
Dress | Claire LaFaye
Paper Goods + Invitation Suite | A Fabulous Fete
Models | Beau & Madison Stumberg