With winter storm advisories and snow piling up outside it is hard to believe spring will ever get here. We completely understand your woes, and that is why we are so excited to share with you these feel good floral wedding ideas dreamt and stunningly executed by Michaela Noelle Designs! This gorgeous wedding inspiration includes vibrant florals from Thistle and Honey and a fabulous backless wedding dress from the Enchanted Bridal Shoppe that are sure to brighten up your wintery day and hopefully hold you over until the snow melts.
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From Nicole Dianne:Our romantic, outdoor wedding inspiration shoot at the Inn at Park Winters was inspired by bright florals, mixed metals, and a sweet couple. Michaela Noelle Designs dreamt up a simple yet elegant centerpiece showcasing gorgeous, silver lanterns. The bright color palette we chose would be perfect for any season, it was a beautiful mix of garden roses, ranunculus, Icelandic poppies, and other seasonal blooms. We thoughtfully mixed gold flatware with silver chargers and lanterns to add that touch of metallic sparkle every wedding table scape needs.
We really wanted this styled wedding shoot to be something a bride could easily recreate on a grand scale. With vintage lanterns, mixed silverware, bright flowers, that stunning floral crown and a few other fun details thrown in the mix, brides can take these ideas, color palette, and style cues and create something that really reflects the couple's personality and love. After all, that's what a wedding is truly about!
The dessert stand also doubled as our favor table, and we loved the fun tasseled backdrop. With a gorgeous venue like the Inn at Park Winters, a romantic table setting, and lovely florals, the stylist felt like the dessert bar called for a punch of fun. Our three-tiered gold cake sat beside the favors which were coffee mugs for guests to fill with the bride and groom's favorite coffee beans. Mixing the bride's favorite with the groom's favorite you're sure to have the "perfect blend!"