This collaboration was meant to display the beauty in simplicity. With all the ups and downs last year threw at us and all the postponements we are still going through, our team wanted to show couples that you can still plan an elegant yet simple wedding, and it can be gorgeous!
By keeping a wedding smaller, you can play up some of your favorite details, like flowers. La Raye, owner of The Blonde Bouquet, put together a “S” shape ground floral installation for the ceremony meant to symbolize springtime, growth and new beginnings that marriage can bring. What an impact!
Events by Kristina Elyse was drawn to this bright and airy color palette, which compliments a spring wedding. Our beautiful bride, Brittany, rocked a floor length, long sleeved, lace, open back gown provided by Miosa Bride. It’s the perfect choice for an early spring wedding, and as a plus, it displayed her chakra center back tattoo beautifully, a detail I was sure to capture. Our beauty team, Noelle and Kirsten, kept Brittany’s look simple, natural, yet elegant.
The soft neutrals, exposed wood, and bright pops of peach, blues and yellows in the flowers immediately brings joy. No wedding is complete without something sweet. Let Them Eat Cake Davis separated the tiers in the cake to add to the fun and non-conventional vibe.
The smaller weddings have brought about a new intimacy in the wedding industry that was once very rare. Let’s embrace it. All in all, this simple design is meant to highlight Zack and Brittany because that is what the day is truly about. The couple and their love for one another.
– Thank you to my fellow vendors –
Events by Kristina Elyse // Scribner Bend Vineyards // The Blonde Bouquet // Let Them Eat Cake Davis // Celebrations Party Rentals // Kirsten Eleanor Beauty // Noelle Radosevich Hair // Miosa Bride