But an indoor Fall wedding with all the warmth and beauty of this magical season—that’s impressive. This editorial coming to us from Monique Serra Photography and Mae & Co Creative at Oregon’s Old Schoolhouse manages to do just that, beginning with a jaw-dropping floral ceremony.
Fluffy pampas grass, hanging amaranthus along with the cloud like baby’s breath gave so much detail creating a lush feel. Ceremony backdrops are one of the best ways to bring the outdoors in through unique and organic shapes or a hanging piece. Organic, flowing florals and a blend of colors and textures gives the design a more wild, natural feel to contrast the indoor venue. The team was also inspired by the role the bridesmaids play in the design of an intimate wedding or even an elopement. The mismatched dresses brought more earthy fall tones to the historic space – they were all very different and of different types of fabric even. The bride was wearing an embellished dress with a nude underdress with long sleeves and a train plus a plunging neckline. The groom was rocking a simple black suit with a white shirt and black shoes.
The table was styled with an airy white fabric runner, pastel candles, bold blooms and herbs plus glasses of bright shades. Dried florals and herbs helped to embrace the season – this romantic and melancholic time of everything drying and withering. I also love lace and metal chargers, they added a refiend touch to the table. Get inspired!