Do bold and bright colors seem too over powering for your special day? This blush wedding at Verandas Beach House is here to give you a few pointers on how to pull off a beautifully muted color pallet.
Designed by Marisa Nicole Events, you can see more of this fabulous days photos from Iris & Light by visiting the full gallery here!
Break In Your Shoes
From the Bride: As far as wedding advice goes, I don't have anything too insightful besides the following: Make sure you test how comfortable your shoes really are before the actual day of! I was so concerned with keeping them in perfect, mint condition that I barely tried on my shoes.
So on the big day, I definitely paid for it when I went through the whole process of "breaking into them." Besides a few snap shots, my shoes were hidden under my dress most of the day anyway. So don't be afraid to get a good strut around in your beautiful shoes beforehand!
The Perfect Day
Our wedding venue was perfect for the intimate and cozy atmosphere we wanted to create, and it was a great versatile location with the perfect combination of outdoor/indoor vibe that we were looking for. Our ceremony was perfectly timed with the most beautiful sunset and lighting we could have imagined, which added to the warm and intimate feeling of being surrounded by our dearest family and friends as we tied the knot.
A Soft And Subtle Design
From Marisa Nicole Events: Overall, Angy and Henry’s tastes resulted in an organic take on a clean and classic wedding style. One way we accomplished this effortlessly classy look was through mixed rustic ruffled linens combined with iridescent linens in the reception space. This pairing created a complementary mix of texture and shine.
Our color palette was comprised of muted shades of cream, white, champagne, and blush with a few bold pops of diluted coral. More specifically, we incorporated coral highlights into our natural floral arrangements and into the cutie flag place card display.