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You know we love a great color palette and you can imagine our delight when we laid eyes on these images from Radostina Photography. Set against the rural farmland and scenic landscape of Arden Wood Events, this inspiration shoot is filled with subtle pops of bold hues like neon coral, rich blue and punchy yellow balanced by blush and ivory neutrals. Creative director Party Crush Studio highlighted their rental linens in the romantic garden party tablescape featuring florals and installations by Dream Flowers Design StudioPaper Love introduces the look with a textured calligraphy invitation suite while a citrus-adorned cake by Batter Up Cakery is the final a showpiece, beautifully summing up playful romance of the editorial.

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Photographer: Radostina Photography // Creative Direction, Ribbons & Linen: Party Crush Studio // Florals & Ceremony Installation: Dream Flowers Design Studio // Calligrapher & Stationery: Paper Love // Venue: Arden Wood Events // Wedding Cake Design: Batter Up Cakery // Hair & Makeup Artist: Jessica Morton // Wedding Dress: Shop Gossamer // Rentals Chiavari Guys: The Chiavari Guys // Model: Aislinn

 

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This shoot, from creator Rachael Ellen Events, was inspired by the pairing of chic, classic elements with romantic, feminine details. Lush garden inspired florals, soft purple taper candles, wax sealed menu cards, and a romantic paper suite by Ink & Press Co. take this traditional design and both soften and modernized it. Every classic element had a modern romantic counterpart — his classic tux, her lavender dress. The traditional stone Monson Center, the lush outdoor tablescape. The look is the perfect fit for any bride who feels torn between two styles— commit to both and bridge the gaps with elements that go both ways! Check out all the stunning images by Breanna Mckendrick for more inspiration.

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Photo: Breanna Mckendrick // Design / Styling / Floral: Rachael Ellen Events // Paper Goods: Ink & Press Co. // Venue: Monson Center // HMUA: Brynn Thomas // Dress: Natalie Wynn // Rentals: Diamond Rentals //  The Mrs. Box

 

Photographer Stacey Poterson was the visionary behind this bold, bright inspiration shoot at Hotel Palomar in downtown Phoenix.  Sophisticated, glam details feel right at home against the clean and modern urban rooftop setting. Pops of bubblegum pink and hot orange are mesmerizing in the punchy florals by Garden Gate Florals and serve as a reminder that you can never go wrong with a fabulous palette and big, bold florals. Check it all out in Stacey’s images below!

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Photography, Styling & Design: Stacey Poterson // Florals: Garden Gate Florals // Venue: Hotel Palomar // Gown: Casablanca Bridal // Bridal Boutique: Grace Style and Bridal // Hair, Makeup & Styling: Jessica Fierro // Laser Cut Names: Borrowed From a Bride // Handwritten by Etchings by Emma // Chairs, glass & flatware: Event Rents // Linens: La Tavola // Tux: Men’s Wearhouse // Models: The Agency AZ // Ring Box: The Mrs. Box

 

Social Graces Weddings led the group of talented vendors in creating this English Garden Inspiration with a focus on “the intimacy and natural airiness that alludes to the classic beauty of an English Garden.” Historic Gunston Hall set an idyllic background while Stem and Thistle created magic with muted blush and peach tones in the overflowing floral arrangements and bouquet. Add in hand-died silk ribbon by Jefferson Lane Designs and custom watercolor illustrations and calligraphy by Painted Palettes and you’ve got all the delightful romance of an English garden wedding and it’s all captured beautifully by Feather and Fawn Photos.   

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Photography: Feather and Fawn Photos // Planning & Styling: Social Graces Weddings // Floral Design: Stem and Thistle // Invitations & Calligraphy: Painted Palettes // Venue: Gunston Hall // HMUA: Stacie Snyder // Wedding Dress: Justin Alexander // Bridal Boutique: TLC Boutique // Ribbons & Table Runner: Jefferson Lane Designs // Styling Surface: Locust Collection // Cake: Village Sweet Bakery // Bridal Accessories: Lindsay Marie Design // Groom’s Attire: The Black Tux // Dog Handling: Furever and Fur Always // Models: Daniel Kain & Maddie Sterrett // Rentals: White Glove Rentals // Lab: The Find Lab

 

 

The team behind this Lost in Morocco Editorial launched their vision with a goal—to show how charming and glamorous a destination elopement can be. Set in Marrakesh at Riad Jaaneman, the vendors led by MUZA Weddings took inspiration from all the city’s magical colors and scents adding significant details of personality, such as happy and bright colors, clean and minimal decorative elements. Florals are by Yassab Floral Design with local ceramics by Cerâmicas na Linha and the details are all captured beautifully by Maria Rão Photography.

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From the planner: The city’s array of details from ancient to modern, rural to high-end, raw to sophisticated all merge into this utterly prolific and eclectic mood which we tried to translate into all the storytelling of the editorial.

We choose a light and joyful color palette ranging from whites, yellows, oranges and deep greens creating a connection with the venue’s sleek greenery atmosphere which we combined with subtle and minimal pieces of decor, stationery and classic accessories.

Photography: Maria Rão Photography // Planning, Styling and Graphic Design: MUZA Weddings // Flower Design: Yassab Floral Design // Venue: Riad Jaaneman // Cookies Design: Migalha Doce // Bridal Gown: Mad Bridal // Jewelery: Joana Mota Capitão // Ceramics: Cerâmicas na Linha