Not only is this pink and gold succulent wedding shoot absolutely swoon-worthy but, Bella Luna Bridal & Occasions give you some excellent DIY tips!
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From Bella Luna Bridal & Occasions: The understated, yet rich and lush aspect of plentiful greenery was the underlying inspiration for this romantic styled shoot. Gold leaf and pale blush accents were added to the color palette to compliment the abundance of natural green tones. The wedding paper suite from My Urban Invites included watercolor table numbers, menus, place cards, and flipbook favors, to add an understated pop of color.
DIY Your Own Bling
A simple, yet intricate dining table was selected for the head table. Blush floral accents were sporadically placed within the greenery runner to add hints of complementary colors. Gold leaf candle holders, with white taper candles, were submerged in the garland.
Gold candle holders are not as easy to get your hands on as you may think! Most of the ones that I found online as inspiration were antique candle holders running upwards of $200 each! I finally found clear glass candle holders that had the desired shape, height, and style and sprayed them with two coats of Krylon Foil Metallic Gold.
The Cutest Little Favors
Each guest was also greeted with a fresh succulent on their plate under a miniature glass cloche adorned with a watercolor tag reading “Forever in Love.”
Mini glass cloches are extremely difficult to find! Even more so, it is nearly impossible to find them accompanied by a base. I used clay pot saucers that can be found in a variety of sizes at gardening and craft stores, and spray painted them gold.