Sweet, earthy and organic, this wedding style photographed by Elizabeth Kowal of White Album Weddings brings rustic and romantic elements together simply, but still strikingly beautifully. The simplicity of the textured palette of greens and the setting, amidst grassy fields and in a vintage wedding chapel, are sure to stun and offer inspiration for the minimalist bride at heart.
The quaint chapel is full of rich warm wood tones and antique stained glass windows, a romantic place for an intimate ceremony. Nestled between the two tall windows are climbing vines shaped into a heart which makes a whimsical and pretty backdrop for the wedding vows. A sweetheart table with a tall centerpiece of cascading greenery on crisp light linens is flooded with natural light from a nearby picture window and was styled by Floral Design by Lili, who also created the ceremony vine backdrop and the all-green bouquet, a mix of ferns and Queen Anne’s Lace.
A semi-naked cake is dressed in white and topped by a simple cutting. Blending modern appeal with a timeline elegance, the bride’s hair placed in a low chignon, effortlessly tousled and finished with a single vine. Her makeup is a stunning tailored approach to classic vintage chic, with light washes of gold and a dramatic and bold burgundy lip color to compliment the sophisticated styling by Felicia Bromba. The gown is a vintage find by Borrowed Bridal Dreams with an upper bodice adorned with cream and ivory toned sequins, and draping chiffon flowing effortlessly from the waist to the floor.
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