The inspiration for this look is a wintry cool vibe that utilizes layers of different materials and textures. These talented vendors started with just a color palette for their inspiration.
These blush and burgundy wedding ideas showcase different textures, shapes, and finishes. The key to keeping this from looking too busy is to make sure that you start with a neutral palette, then adding in stronger elements in smaller doses.
For the first bride, they styled a romantic vintage pink ruffle gown with a flower crown for the boho look and re-styled it with a wool floppy hat to give it a transitional winter to spring look. As for the second bride, they decided to go for a trendier approach with a 4-piece style combining style with functionality. The bride wore an off-white lace appliqué crop top with a fit and flare rose gold sequin skirt. After the ceremony she changed into a pair of matching pants, lace caplet, and wool fedora hat with an edgier masculine style.
The timeworn 24-stall Arabian horse barn has been converted in a tasteful, timeless and simplistic style to complement any event and can comfortably accommodate up to 220 guests. The white wood-paneled walls create clarity, the weathered wood exterior and exposed wood and steel beams create a rustic element and the rows of white hanging string lights create elegance.
Wanting to give a nod to the winter the designers knew we needed some faux fur in there. This gives a luxurious feel that evokes horse drawn sled rides and a hand feel that makes you want to run your fingers through the blanket.
For the floral element, a combination of creamy ivory and pale pink roses, eucalyptus, Dahlias, hypericum berries, orchids, calla lilies was used. A darker element was dotted to give depth, which resulted in using deep burgundy ornamental cherry plum tree leaves. To add additional texture, the designers threw in some different types of Tillandsia (air plants).