What is your favorite thing about the Fall? Ours is when all the trees start to change and for a little while everything is a lovely glowing bronze and copper. It seems that Kiss the Bride's Jennifer Clark finds the same things just as inspiring. Just like those crisp fall breezes, this gorgeous bright bronze wedding inspiration will take your breath away.
With a collaboration of great talent like Kim Roach Design, Modern Jane Design, City View Bakehouse and Prestige Floral Studio you are definitely going to want to see everything! So don't forget about the full gallery where you can take in every last bronze and copper detail spectacularly captured by Rachel Peters Photography.
From Kim Roach Design:
The wedding setting was rustic, natural and warm so the (wedding stationery) designs use a touch of copper tones to compliment the beautiful fall colors of Prince Edward Island. Other Paper elements followed suit with the warm tones of copper and a little punch of triangles to add a modern twist to the scheme.
The brides makeup, by Michelle Cudmore, is all about that warm, monochromatic coppery glow. She had a soft, copper smokey eye, long full eyelashes, and to top off her look her lips were glazed in a beautiful copper toned lip gloss. The overall effect was a very soft and romantic look. And lacy romance meets confidence with a sleek modern cut by Cheryl Weeks. Use of product adds texture to the gentle waves, and a collaboration with the florist results in the crowning glory of the floral headpiece softening the look for our bride.
From Modern Jane Design:
The rustic setting of a restored 1950 dairy barn, weathered picnic tables, lined in textured tweed linens, and centerpieces made of copper piping, worked together to create a relaxed, almost masculine backdrop to this fall reception. The setting was softened with an abundance of flowers in deep tones of natural greens, and muted plums and reds. Shimmery copper details, rows of flickering candlelight, vintage china trimmed in gold and cozy woolen blankets were the finishing touches to this magical affair.
From City View Bakehouse:
Reminiscent of falling confetti this cake was created with hand made edible metallic copper details to give it the warmth and charm the couple was looking for.