Barely pink, it’s a classic bridal palette that is romantic to the core. BLUSH, how fitting for a bride on her glorious wedding day. We focused on texture for these blooms while keeping the varieties mono chromatic in our approach. Voluptuous & feminine, peonies were an obvious choice ~ every bride wants these for her bouquet it seems, but only a chosen few catch them in season. Astilbe also added a soft feathery feel while providing some structure to the bride’s bouquet. Poppy pods were added to keep things very natural & organic feeling.
My favorite elements: The brides dress in blush, the eclectic silver & glass pieces for our table scape from Judi at Embellish Vintage Rentals and the metal trellis wedding arch, also from Judi’s collection, the vintage gold threaded French ribbon accenting the groom’s boutonniere & bride’s bouquet. We added some clematis vine & blossoms to the arch to supplement the blush blooms along with some deeper tones of smoke bush. I love how it doesn’t take over the structure, but elegantly accessorizes it.
To me, this is a palette that will never be off trend. It is timelessly romantic.
Shoot Design ~Davia Lee Events | Imagery ~ Danielle Capito Photography | Floral Styling ~ Corinne Smith at PANACEA event floral design| Venue ~ Dana Powers House | Stationery design ~ Paper Doll Printing | Dress designer ~ Claire La Faye | Linens ~ La Tavola | Rentals ~ Embellish Vintage Rentals | Makeup ~ Bluebird Salon | Jewelry ~ Amanda Judge NY, Betsy Johnson | Bakery ~ Eclair Bakery | Featured ~ 100 Layer Cake