We love any chance to see a new take on a classic style, color palette, or idea and Belovely Floral & Event Design with help from some wickedly good wedding vendors definitely turned our heads with their modernized blush and gold wedding ideas. Not only did they omit the use of greenery in their florals, they also painted them to keep with their color palette. This whole day feels like it took place at that magical golden hour where everything seems to be drenched in glowing halos of light.
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The concept was a more modern, and painterly vibe using colors, flowers, and fabrics and zero greens. The idea behind this shoot was to create a modern painterly bridal inspiration. The team at Belovely Design used painted palms and baby's breath to create a blush palette of textures.
For the ceremony, they used sheer fabric which draped from the inside of the alter structure, this served the purpose of creating delicate paint-like strokes. The arch was also beautified with asymmetrical floral arrangements created by unconventionally using pink baby’s breath and pink palms.
The reception had draped chairs with fabric to tie in the ceremony. The tablescape had a modern take with no greens and hints of gold. More to this, the menu cards designed by House of Catherine were just the perfect piece to tie everything together.
The bridal look by Top knots by Aimee was a messy low updo, super undone paired with sleek light makeup and a tulle gown by Sweet Caroline style.
Finally, Devon at Terrain gardens was the perfect location to top this airy-fairy painterly shoot.