Do Bright Colors Make You Nervous? We’re Here To Help
Incorporating bright colors into your wedding design can be nerve-racking, especially because these photos will hang on your wall for a long...long time! But don't let the fear of commitment keep you from embracing a fun color palette. This wedding inspiration shoot shows exactly how to embrace bright colors and keep elegance intact. The key is to keep the backdrop neutral, keep the large impact items like the linens and ensembles in the mid-tones, and save those big pops of color for small scattered details, like accent flowers, ring boxes, and boutonnières.
Now that you've got the formula, keep scrolling to see more of these fantastic photos by Kaitlin Rayelle. Heather Benge Events carefully planned every aspect of this inspiration shoot and Tracey Reynolds Floral Design created these perfectly overgrown florals that seamlessly incorporate this complex color palette. The elegant white walls of Park Chateau really make the couple and the florals for this shoot pop! All the images are in the full gallery, so be sure to click through and read on to hear more from photographer, Kaitlin Rayelle.
COLORING OUTSIDE THE LINES
A colorful yet elegant wedding can be hard to pull off...there is a fine line between colorful and tacky, but Heather Benge Events managed to incorporate a lot of bright colors while keeping everything breathtakingly beautiful and classy. Tracey Reynolds Floral Design transformed the Park Chateau's sunroom into a flower lover's dream, teeming with whimsical blooms and dreamy greenery. The Park Chateau's impeccably landscaped grounds were the perfect backdrop for, the real-life model couple, Francine and Jayvonne's bridal portraits.
The Park Chateau's ornate, French-inspired fireplace, gold chandeliers, and huge windows made the space feel refined and classy. The bride wore a stunning ruffled Netta Benshabu ball gown that holds its own against the luscious floral backdrop without being over the top.
The colors carry through to the table: a full-floral centerpiece sits atop a light purple tablecloth. Colorful glassware, garden-inspired linens, and white scalloped plates work together to create a setting that is happy yet polished. A vibrant full stationery suite by Jes Smith Designs leaves the guests dreaming about the wedding to come. It Started With A Cupcake created the most beautiful cakes, incorporating pink and yellow blooms with a nod to boho-chic.View All Images