Today, we are so excited to share this fun country club wedding! Hosted on a quaint golf course, this bride and groom had a neutral color palette for their big day.
Filled with delicate creamy roses, green succulents, and an array of white Baby’s Breath, the wedding theme is ultra romantic and perfect for any season of the year. We are loving how their silver foil pressed wedding invitations match their custom cake topper. Rachel and Bobby were all smiles on their wedding day. From their adorable first dance to their electric sparklers wedding exit, they had the best day of their lives!
Today, we are tickled pink to be sharing this epic desert wedding. Mai and PJ were married married in Scottsdale Arizona, at a beautiful Catholic church. Their reception party was held at The Four Seasons hotel, inside one of the expansive ballrooms. Our favorite part of this unique wedding though, was when PJ and Mai went off into the Grand Canyon for some once-in-a-lifetime wedding photography.
From the white laser cut invitations that look like lace, to the whimsical soft pink bridesmaid dresses, this whole occasion is swoon-worthy. The quiet desert scenery is ultra romantic, and a perfect spot for an intimate moment between the new bride and groom. Mai’s extra-long wedding veil may just take your breath away; and her flower bouquet filled with stunning succulents isn’t too shabby either!
Whether you are having a wedding in a city park, or an old barn, succulents are a fresh update for a rustic, simple outdoor wedding. Combine kraft and organic elements with a soft color palette of purples and blues. Flowing lavender bridesmaid dresses are perfectly paired with fresh lavender bouquets while miniature succulents make the perfect parting gift.
Beautiful hand-illustrated succulents bloom against a natural kraft backdrop. Names and details pop in elegant calligraphy-style fonts. The back of card is just as beautiful with a fully illustrated succulent design. A color palette of green and lavender is perfect for an outdoor wedding.
Succulents come in a variety of colors—from light green to deep purples. Mix them together and play with sizes big and small to create an artistic centerpiece. A rustic crate serves as the perfect vase to pull them all into one unified look. We love the pastel colors certain succulents come in. This lavender succulent really shines in this wedding inspiration board!
Mix sweet succulents into a neutral bouquet of peonies or roses. It’s a great way to incorporate the trend and make your wedding feel natural and organic. Succulents are also great in a bouquet because they add a lot of substance, making your bouquet feel lush. Sprinkle in some lavender sprigs for a green and purple color palette.
Lilac Gray bridesmaid dresses are a great way to introduce color into your wedding theme in an understated way. Don’t feel the need to go matchy-matchy. You can choose from a range of hues to suit every bridesmaid. Lavender bouquets are a fresh twist on tradition.
The gift that keeps on giving. Mini succulents make a great wedding favor because it’s something guests can keep forever long after the champagne has been popped and dancing shoes have been taken off. Wrap them in natural paper for an organic look.
Romantic and soft, this lavender color palette paired with sweet succulents is perfect for any rustic, outdoor affair.