This gorgeous wedding shoot designed by Stewart-Hunter Photography and Erin Trimble, encourages all couples to dive head first into their love by capturing the beauty of the sea.
With a fresh and cool color palette of blues, teals, lavenders and a hint of silver you can bring the beach breeze to your wedding - even at a land locked venue! Plus, we have included a bouquet recipe for the exceptional bouquet you will see very shortly, and as always be sure to visit the full gallery to see even more!
Are you in love with this bride's fresh purple and white bouquet? Well we have some exciting news, we have the recipe for it! Yay! Now you can either make it yourself or take this list to your florist and have the same pretty nosegay for your big day! Bonus, these are also the same florals used to make the stunning pedestal bowl centerpiece a little further down. So keep your eyes peeled and enjoy this gorgeous inspiration.
Bouquet Recipe: Festiva Maxima Peony, white garden Rose, purple tulip, seeded eucalyptus, purple stock, limonium, lisianthus, variegated pittosporum, blue eucalyptus
Wedding Decor Ideas
From Stewart-Hunter Photography:
The inspiration for this shoot came from our love of an intimate, yet whimsical backyard affair. Everything from the low-sitting, Kentucky barn wood floor table, to the collection of comfy pillows laid upon a woven sea grass mat, allowed for the ambiance to come to life at our local venue, MapleCrest; a hidden gem amongst Louisville, KY.
The décor and details were chosen to correlate as an underlying theme stemmed from the original version of the song “Sea of Love” by Phil Phillips. This charismatic love song, claimed as their own by our bride and groom, encouraged the different shades of the sea in our palette: baby blue, turquoise, teal, aqua, grey, lavender, and an added touch of silver.
Perhaps the sweetest touch to our shoot was the hand-drawn invitations, made by the incredibly talented Bekah Wertz. These invitations were custom made for our bride’s whimsical affair with added strokes of watercolor from our chosen palette.
Every detail down to the custom envelope lining, a snippet from a map of the sea, perfectly bound together all of the distinct elements of our shoot. To top it all off, our amazing calligrapher, Heather Brock of Marcardin Calligraphy, fashioned an exquisite custom font for the addressing of our envelopes that was to-die-for.