In need of some wedding inspiration for spring? This shoot brings together shades of pink for a luxurious and romantic aesthetic that will leave your wedding guests speechless.
From the Garden: The Bridal Bouquet
Spring peonies from the garden inspired this bouquet with a cascade of pinks in various shades. By pairing the peonies with white viburnum, I was able to create a luxurious and textural bridal bouquet. To add interest and subtle contrast, I added pale yellow filler, and accented the entire bouquet with stunning organic silk ribbon from Silk and Willow.
The Sweetheart Table
Being inspired by the pink color palette, it was important that it be an obvious nod to springtime, but not so in-your-face that you are forced to recall your extensive childhood Barbie collection. Using more of the Minnesota-gown peonies, I echoed the bridal bouquet in the classic compote centerpiece. Bringing in the lighter shades of pink in the napkin, I was able to keep the mood light and fresh. A single raspberry in each glass of champagne brings in the saturated pink of the peony centers to the place-setting in an unexpected (and delicious) way. Finally, individual wedding cakes lends a sense of opulence to the small garden inspired sweetheart table.
Spring Wedding Details
All the details you have carefully planned will give you those magazine worthy detail shots that we all drool over. Here, I’ve sourced a cream colored ring box from The Mrs Box to warm up the details, and provide a subtle nod to our yellow-toned filler in the bouquet. A bejeweled pair of heels from Badgley Mischka are the final luxurious touch to the spring wedding inspiration shoot.
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Creative Direction and Floral Design, Sarah Bruxvoort for Rose and Laurel | Photography, Photography by Nikole | Flower Grower, Gullywash Gardens | Ribbon, Silk and Willow | Ring Box, The Mrs Box | Shoes, Badley Mischka