Rust and mustard tones are trending right now, and even if you don’t think that it’s a perfect wedding color palette, this wedding shoot will inspire you to incorporate it into your wedding decor for sure! And if you’re a retro loving bride or groom, look no further for the perfect groovy look!
This rad inspiration shoot takes all of these trends and blends them beautifully with a modern take on 70’s wedding inspiration and style. This time-traveling shoot took place at Factory Atlanta, an old linen warehouse in Chamblee, Atlanta’s antique district.
The team wanted to create a modern and approachable take on the 70’s classics. Tons of details from this shoot were thrifted from local stores here in Atlanta. The backdrop was made of DIY macrame hoops and simple sheets of paper. These elements are super easy to find, cheap to purchase and still create a wow factor for couples. The color palette is a warm and spicy combo of rust and golden yellow. Flaura Botanica channeled the 70’s by bringing in chrysanthemums and amped up the lush look with fun blooms like kangaroo paw, bleached Italian ruscus and craspedia billy balls!
One bride was wearing an embroidered sheath wedding dress with cap sleeves and a train. The second bride was rocking a plain sheath wedding dress with a fringe sash, a train and a deep neckline. The groom was wearing a mustard suit, a white shirt, a floral bow tie and mustard shoes.