Did you see yesterday’s Romantic Moulin Rouge Inspired Elopement? Today’s sugarplum wonderland inspiration was photographed by the photographers from yesterday’s shoot and we couldn’t be more thrilled to share another wonderful creation.
Winter can be a magical time to get married, but it can also be hard to get beyond the cold and bleak colors of the season. For this reason and others Sabrina from Seriously Sabrina Photography and Chelsea Dawn Photography & Makeup Artistry decided to photograph a shoot full with lots of fresh ideas for winter brides designed and styled by Gabrielle Green of Event 29. This sugarplum wonderland shoot explorers a romantic weddingscape in the bright and airy space of The Loft on Spring that we know you’re going to love. They paired contrasting design elements like delicate Bavarian crystal and heavy weathered wood to create a look that was elegant and rustic and easy to replicate.
Photographer: Seriously Sabrina Photography // Second Photographer: Chelsea Dawn Photography & Makeup Artistry // Event Designer: Event 29 // Invitation Designer: Megan Wright Design Co. // Makeup Artist: Michaela Frances Artistry // Dress Designer: Mori Lee // Dress Store: Rebecca’s Wedding Boutique // Other: Seriously Sabrina Photography // Event Planner: Showerbelle // Event Venue: The Loft on Spring // Other: The Southern Soiree // Decor: WeddingStar // Submitted via Two Bright Lights
From Gabrielle Green of Event 29:
Feminine place cards in antler holders and classically beautiful ivory roses wrapped in birch wood combined pretty with woodland. Textures of faux fur and lace added warmth, charm, and dimension. Orchid, eucalyptus, and Amelia and Cool Water rose floral arrangements were protected from the wintery elements under glass cloches, demonstrating that a wedding can still be full of life in the coldest of months.
A luxury stationery suite was custom designed with graceful script fonts and a stunning vintage interlocking monogram. The bride was the picture of sophistication and whimsy in her blush gown and floral headpiece. Muted winter tones of ivory, champagne, and lavender mixed with pops of radiant orchid, plum, and blackberry for a rich and unexpected color palette. Rustic still rules with weddings, but it has evolved to become more refined, and we really enjoyed exploring this new direction in our shoot!
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