Here, at Weddingomania, we are used to see various woodland weddings and inspirational shoots full of greenery, moody shades, rustic touches and stuff like that but what if you want something different? Today’s wedding shoot is sure to inspire you and give some ideas: it’s a floral macramé wedding shoot in the woods. Taking a cue from both vintage and modern weddings, Maria Bryzhko and Four Leaf Event took to the woods to reimagine 70s hippie culture with the colors and trends we’re seeing in 2018. Think big blooms, macramé and light-filled spaces.
Living trees are one of the wedding trends today, and this trend was fused with macramé, which is an indispensable part of boho weddings. A living tree was decorated with lush peachy and pink blooms and a macramé half arch was added to the tree. All of the macrame pieces that add to this free-spirited wedding were handcrafted by Italian artist shambaloo.
The forest setting was tied into the theme with natural moss on the tablescape. There’s also Italian confetti sprinkled throughout—glazed candies made of chocolate and almonds. A macramé runner and cards continued the wedding arch decor. Look at those lush and bright blooms on the table – there’s nothing decadent here, only the cheerful spirit of 70s hippies! The wedding cake by Mami Louise was made of five different layers in a delicate pastel palette and adorned with a sugar flower wreath and wooden and braided accents.
The bride was wearing a vintage-inspired lace wedding dress with ruffled and bell sleeves, and the groom was rocking a chocolate brown suit with a bow tie. Get inspired and feel free to steal some ideas!