THIS VIBRANT WEDDING EDITORIAL SHOWS YOU HOW TO DRESS YOUR BARN IN THE MOST COLORFUL & MODERN WAY
Brides to be, if you’re looking for fun, colorful and creative ways to dress up your barn for your wedding prepare to be delighted by today’s styled shoot! But don’t expect any rustic, vintage barn decor here, no way! This shoot took place at Jorgensen Farms in Westerville, Ohio, and features all sorts of modern, vibrant and geometric styling. Traditional barn weddings are taking a back seat to bright and bold tones and and we couldn’t be happier! Don’t you just love this barn with it’s huge yellow sliding doors, it provides the perfect pop of color as a backdrop.
“The invitation suite incorporated the main colors of the shoot, yellow, orange, pink, and blue.” Explained photographer, Marissa.
“The bride wore a strapless dress with a full tulle skirt with her hair styled in a modern sleek half-up top knot and a bold hot pink lip. She started off with a short veil and then later transitioned to a floral and eucalyptus crown for the reception. The focal point of her look though was a large luscious bouquet full of yellow, orange, pink, and purple flowers.”
“The tablescape was more boho with an eclectic array of floral arrangements. Clear vases filled with water and food coloring are an easy and affordable way to add some color to your tablescape. A small number of flowers will go a long way when you spread them out into numerous vases. ” She added.
“The two tier cake had a gold top layer and a triangular watercolor pattern on the bottom layer accented with sugar flowers. In addition to the cake, macaroons were also served. They were the perfect dessert for a colorful wedding in so many different and fun colors!”
Super Suppliers – Photography: Marissa Eileen Photography | Venue: Jorgensen Farms | Hair: Goode Hair | Makeup: State of Face Makeup Artistry | Dress: White of Dublin | Flowers: Maria Lynn Floral | Cake: Short North Piece of Cake | Macarons: Michelle’s Macarons | Stationery: Ivory House Creative | Lasercut “Name” Tags: Lovely Grain Studio |