FRUITY LEMON YELLOW DECOR IDEAS FOR A SUMMER WEDDING
With the arrival of summer, what could be more refreshing then bright yellow lemons? We know that it takes creativity to pull off some of the inspiration we share here and incorporate it into a real wedding, but I think you’ll agree this is one trend that brides and grooms will be able to pull together easy peasy lemon squeezy.
It may look a little daunting at first but, we have some tips and tricks to help create the perfect citrus themed wedding day, because when life gives you lemons…
This shoot took place at The Great Hall, with its large open windows and ultra clean white room the vendors were able to make the shoot even more light and airy as the room soaked up all the natural sunlight. And you don’t need lemon trees for this fruity theme, instead opt for lemon fruits and foliage and use them as the tablescapes focal feature. If’ you don’t think that’s trendy enough, add in some zest with geometric himmelis and terrariums.
Don’t forget lemon ideas aren’t just limited to visuals either, include eye candy on your dessert table by filling it with delicious custom made treats, from lemon glazed donuts to lemon mousse we promise there’ll be something to satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth,
Really make a statement by tying your dress in with your theme, add some flowery details with lace to give the whole look a more tropical feel, perfect for a summer wedding.
Finally, planning a wedding shouldn’t be stressful. All you need is an idea and a bit of creativity to bring those visions alive!
Event Venue: The Great Hall I Cinema and Video: Amaros Media I Equipment Rentals: Plate Occasion/ Detailz Couture / Reznick Event Carpets / Cre8ive Studios I Invitation Designer: Castlefield Design I Floral Designer: Secrets Floral Collection I Cake Designer: Sweet Regards Cakes by Daniela I Dress Designer: Stephan Caras Design & Anakoi Bridal I Model: Bella Krys I Personal Stylist: City Sophisticate I Hair Stylist: Sam’s Hairband I Makeup Artist: Emma Hughes Makeup I Event Planner: RDK Events & Communications I Photographer: Motion D Photography I Submitted via Two Bright Lights I