This wedding shoot has everything, which is in trend right now: copper, boho style and cacti and succulents. The shoot features boho meets modern style and lots of botanicals, let’s take a look at them.
The inspiration for the shoot was born from the love of succulents and cacti, which were used in pots to line up the table. Copper candles spruced up the tablescape and made it more chic. The stylists chose grey, green and peach as the primary color palette. The florist created wild and unstructured arrangements for the bouquet and an incredible overhead table display, which is another wedding trend. There were two different bouquets composed for the wedding shoot, both textural and boho chic inspired. Local designers and calligraphers, Anon Design, supplied some beautiful script for the copper frames, which is an alternative to usual stationery. The conservatory at Shilstone House provided a superb backdrop, lending itself perfectly to a Mediterranean vibe portrait shoot while the barn was a blank canvass for the table arrangement.
The bride was wearing an edgy two piece lace sheath wedding dress with a crop top and long sleeves. She was wearing loose waves and two different headpieces: an exquisite gold and pearl hair vine and a chic and more traditional headpiece.
The wedding cake was a pink brushstroke one, with a large bloom and ribbons to step aside from cacti and succulents. Get inspired to use such touches at your wedding, too.