A Modern Multicultural Outdoor Wedding in Purple
Are you looking to combine two cultures on your wedding day and drawing a blank on how? This next real-life couple took their Lebanese and Canadian cultures and turned their big day into an electrifying event. Not only was their tons of amazing food to choose from, but the evening's entertainment was also on point, all while surrounded by 2018's Pantone color of the year, UltraViolet.
Keep scrolling to see more of this electric purple wedding day, and don't forget to stop by the full gallery to find more images captured by Firas Chehabeddine Photography.
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The challenge: Link Lebanese heritage (from Bride) with Canadian styles (the Groom) mostly in design and interactivity. The wedding had to encapsulate design elements that would be inspiring to the world since friends were flying in from around the world.
The cornerstone for the day was the story of the couple who are very well-traveled and are now re-establishing their own world at home but still surrounded by their inspiration and unique finds from all over the world.
What we did:
We started by Designing or creating a pattern which was based on the Lebanese/levantine arabesque and some of the usual casual element that we find on the Canadian flag - this lead to a circle of triangles, which was the design base of this wedding.
The color palette defied the common wedding color tonalities; and we chose ultraviolet, a trendy color for 2018 weddings. This choice could deliver parallel colors such as electric green and electric purple. The array of color could be used well ranging esthetically from floral to fabric print.
The wedding adapted to different stop, the picture will show the global scenery that was included, from a welcome drink special lounge, a designed alter with flowers; Industrial chic floral concept as well as Cards, staff outfits, napkins, dance floor, food stations, and artists stage.
It would not have been a complete wedding without the LIVE ACTS: the schedule was never ending with Lebanese or international acts – giving the venue spirit and bringing a magical feel to all the guests. The live performances included: Swing ladies (France); Piano Bar (Barcelone), and traditional folkloric revisited dance.
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