UNIQUE WATERCOLOUR WEDDING IDEAS
If you love to DIY as much as I do, you will understand how much time is spent when shopping for items for your home or for gifts for family and friends thinking, ‘I could make that?’
I love to examine things, check out how they’ve been made, what materials they’ve used, how I could make it better?
I suppose that’s why one of the articles I love to share the most on Bespoke Bride is styled shoots! I love discovering the ‘why’s’ behind the inspiration and learning ‘how’ the team put the whole ‘look’ together.
With this in mind we are now working hard to ensure our real weddings and styled shoots are packed full of useful tips and information. If there is one thing we want you to take away from our styled shoots is how easy it is to achieve the ideas featured here at your own wedding? Whether it be a DIY you create yourself or an idea you can pass along to a pro, we will try to provide you with the information you need to get started.
Today, Brides-to-be are going to fall head over heels with this stunning wedding design. Complete with a jaw-dropping head table that will leave all your guests in awe and lots of DIY ideas for you take away!
We know all to well the beauty of working in a venue coated in white. It is the opportunity to have a true blank canvas to transform into a new atmosphere.
With Spring right around the corner, this combination of blues and lavenders has us daydreaming of warmer days and summer weddings.
“The main inspiration for this shoot was the color.” Began photographer, Beth.
“Choosing specific Pantone colors was the key to creating such a cohesive look. Each vendor or artist had the specific colors to work with and then were able to really run with their own ideas on how to incorporate those. Working in this particular venue was the perfect setting for shoot where we could run free with our colors of choice, as it provided a clean white setting to work with.”
The design features a ton of ideas that would be suitable for a DIY wedding…
“The napkins were simply hand-dyed to add color to the modern white table setting whilst the individual marble tiles that served as place cards were hand-lettered in a vibrant blue ink.”
“The printed watercolor floral backdrop had a two-fold purpose. It could be used as a modern ceremony backdrop, as well as a backdrop for a photo booth for your reception guests.” She added.
“The hanging flower garden is the real show stopper in this shoot. Ashlie, owner of Blue Bouquet Florist, specializes in these hanging floral creations. The natural wooden box was suspended from the ceiling with wire, and then filled with pops of color to pull in the Pantone inspiration and lush greens. The real game changer in the hanging floral garden was that the box wasn’t just filled with flowers, it was overflowing, which gave it a sense of luxury and helped to draw in the subtle touches of floral on the table itself.”
Photographer: Melissa & Beth | Event Planner: Madison Sanders Events | Floral Designer: Blue Bouquet | Cake Designer: Cami’s Cake Co. | Paper Props: Little Yellow Leaf | Event Planner: Madison Sanders Events | Hair Stylist: Posh KC | Event Venue: The Gallery Event Space | Bridesmaid Dresses: The Gown Gallery | Equipment Rentals: Ultrapom Event Rental | Submitted via Two Bright Lights |
We love the blog post! Thank you for sharing our images! Such a great idea to bring in the “how to” with styled shoots to give real brides not just inspiration but direction on planning their own weddings. And yes, we are dreaming of warmer days right along with you! Bring on the Spring weddings!!
Loving those florals and that cake is so lovely!