Now that winter is practically upon us, don’t we all wish we could go back a few months and really enjoy the last of those warm sunny days of fall? Well here is your chance! This peachy keen wedding inspiration really does capture the essence of the in-between season with it’s warm lazy days, and the cold crisp nights. From the lighting, to the location, to the decor, everything comes together so beautifully its almost like magic.
Pallet Ceremony Backdrop:
1. Four pallets stacked and supported from behind
2. Fabric ribbon banner, need some help with this? Click here to see a similar step by step DIY.
3. Floral swag
You are now set with a cool and creative piece to say your “I do’s” in front of.
From Swoon Vintage Rental Co:
The style of this shoot was meant to reflect that in between season of summer and fall. We wanted it to feel down to earth and comfortable yet gorgeous and glam. I tried to bring in projects that would give brides a stunning impact for a small amount of work. Working with fabulous vendors is also helpful. Kathy Bloomers did our florals and she just absolutely blew us all away. We were all swooning over the floral arrangements as soon as she was on site.
Dip Dyed Place Setting Napkins:
This can be accomplished in a night and will leave your guests wowed.
1. White cloth napkins in bulk (Wal-Mart or Target)
2. RIT dye (they give you a color combination chart on their website)
3. One large tub
4. Dip dye to your heart’s content.
Julie from Cupcakes! by Julie made the most stunning gold leaf and peach cake I ever did lay my eyes on. I’d met Julie from a few weddings we’d worked on together and there is just no one else I’d rather work with. She is just too sweet and creates the most beautiful cakes!
Gold Accent DIYs:
1. Hand glittered LOVE letters for the dessert station
2. Hand painted gold accent legs on the bride and grooms pink chairs
3. Traced and cut out peachy keen banner
Our hair and makeup team from Blow Beauty did wonderfully at creating a laid back glam look for our bride. We hardly had to give them any direction, they just took the style and theme we were going for and completely nailed it. Of course as soon as I started planning this shoot I immediately thought of asking BHLDN for one of their dresses. The onyx gown we were sent was just absolutely perfect for the shoot. The color and the gauzy material just set off the whole look. Alex Obering Design created all of our paper details and she just did a magnificent job. I LOVE the drink menu’s fun gold stripes and the invitation suites contrasting soft floral design.
Photographer: M. Felt Photography
Event Designer & Prop or Furniture Rentals: Swoon Vintage Rental Co.
Hair & Makeup: Blow Beauty
Cake: Cupcakes! by Julie
Dress Designer: BHLDN
Stationery: Alex Obering Design
Chevron Table Runner: Pressed Cotton
Models: Brittany Roberts & Cody Larsen