Inspired by Pantone’s color of the year for 2017, today’s team of wedding pros takes wedding design to a whole new level of awesome! Captured beautifully by Photography by Seneca and with concept, styling and rentals by Forget Me Not Vintage Rentals, this dream team made magic happen on this day with Patchwork Planning and Monzie’s Floral Design! Seriously, y’all! Get ready for gorgeous!
From the team, “Since Pantone announced its color of the year as Greenery, we definitely knew that we wanted to incorporate it, but we also knew that we wanted to mix in some neutrals as well as some metallics like shimmery golds and warm coppers.”
So warm, so cozy, so absolutely chic! And yes, yes, yes! To all of this greenery!
And hello, gorgeous! Boho meets barn wood is kind of our favorite pairing ever!
And what a bunch of beauties these ladies were! Cheers!
So much to celebrate! And who could resist a groom in suspenders?
Swoon! And wow! That bouquet is unreal!
Oh, and did someone say dreamcatchers?
Such a festive way to decorate your ceremony space.
So much visual interest, character and texture. Plus what’s not to love about these mix and match chairs? Saying “I do,” never looked so sweet!
There were smiles galore on this day… And lots of kisses too! If these two aren’t a real couple, we would never know it!
“The space we were shooting was neutral and open with some rustic details, but we really tried to capitalize most on the neutral tones.”
“Greenery was the focus, so we used greenery to adorn most of the styled spaces.”
“We adorned the wall with lace dreamcatchers for a fun ceremony space and adorned the reception chairs with macrame chair adornments.”
“The palette for this project was inspired by Pantone’s color of the year, greenery, with pops of copper and natural bohemian details.”
Monica at Monzie’s Floral Design used Vendela roses, ornamental kale, and larkspur. Greens were a mix of eucalyptus, plumosius, ligsturnum, and ruscus.
And Kallista at Lola Dessert Shoppe used vanilla macarons, spice cake, mini lemon meringue tarts and caramel apple cheesecake jars!
We’reloving this mix of warm wood tones, macrame and leafy greens.
Plus how sweet are these two?
The all-white walls really added to this design.
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