Washington Botanical Geometric wedding inspiration. A botanical and natural wedding can still possess a semblance of style and elegance. With a dynamite venue and a balanced mix of soft color and geometric decor, this styled shoot at Sodo Park by Herban Feast in Washington is as stirring as it is genuine.
A styled shoot like this can only be off with an acute attention to detail. Starting with a modern invitation suite in a cool color palette, there is an exclusive, luminous quality about the scene.
A colored-gemstone bangle, floral statement earrings, and pink peep-toe heels are the accessories of choice for the bride.
Her bouquet is wildly beautiful with eucalyptus, green hydrangea, roses, and abundant additional greenery.
Sodo Park emits an industrious feel with very raw elements intermixed in the space. The urban loft allows for ample natural light, a feature most appreciated during early winter evenings. The event venue boasts beautiful original paned windows. The vintage glass serves as the backdrop to the 16 wooden reception table.
Standing in front, the groom casts a handsome figure in a dark jacket, gray pants, gray vest, and striped burgundy tie. He matches his velvet loafers to the same punch of color in his neckwear.
The bride wears BHLDN’s Emma Gown with its marvelous blush color and ruffled textured skirt. She is styled with a gorgeous front braid and long loose curls beautified with a beaded headband.
The table incorporates both natural florals and geometric objects for a smart, inventive display. Impressive silver chargers hold striped napkins and place cards in front of each wooden chivari chair.
The center of the table is decorated with a natural runner made mostly of eucalyptus. An abundance of candlelight emits a romantic glow amongst the shapely terrariums, glass stars, and votives.
The bride and groom change their looks to offer a different perspective on style. The bride’s hair is now styled into a fishtail nape bun. She changes into the lovely lace V-neck BHLDN Francine gown for a whimsical approach.
The groom wears a bold patterned pant, vintage green tie, a green vest, and cream-colored jacket. He accessorizes with a multi-colored pocket square.
This brighter look is unique and perfect for a winter wedding. With the abundance of white and natural tones, the pop of color is a welcome surprise.
The exposed brick and woodwork channel the welcoming warmth emitted from both the lights and the radiant couple. Even as the sun sets, the space transforms into a bright and cozy venue.
The style of a wedding doesn’t have to be defined by the time of year or season. The complexity of a modern geometric shape fused with the brilliant inclusion of lush greenery is inspired and harmonious. And shouldn’t every wedding leave you feeling like that?
Photographer: Photography by Betty Elaine
Dress Designer: BHLDN
Invitation Designer: Dahlia Press
Design and Decor: Kaleb Norman James Design
Hair & Makeup Artist:Lauren Little
Reception Venue: Sodo Park by Herban Feast