So you want more glam than cottagecore but still want that meadow wedding feel? This modern, editorial take on an outdoor styled event captured on photo and film by Silver Bear Creative is just the inspiration you need. Incorporating an overflowing abundance of greenery is an easy way to give your setting an instant garden-like feel, just like planner and florist Rae Lawson Events did with these scenes around the gardens at Hotel Crescent Court. Our beautiful bride modeled a chic puff-sleeve gown before changing into a sleeker silhouette complete with cape detail – both from Patsy’s, A Bridal Boutique and complemented by flawless hair and makeup by JM Glamour. Al fresco reception dining was the most fitting option and this tablescape setup from POSH Couture Rentals combined mod touches with vintage-inspired décor elements that created such a tasteful, inviting vibe. To go with, Ladybird Paper Co. designed an invitation suite and menus that look modern and stately all at once. Top the whole modern meadow wedding off with a grand three-tiered cake design by Ashton Marie Cakes and we think this outdoor affair has it all! Read on to hear from some of the talented creatives that gave life to this lush meadow wedding editorial. Cheers!
From planner, Randi with Rae Lawson Events: “I’ve always loved to transform a space even in the simplest of ways. I felt inspired by the meadows in the springtime and wanted to bring the feel of untouched nature into the room. The authenticity of the space comes to life from the moment your eyes enter.”
From stationery designer, Alexandra with Ladybird Paper Co.: “This is for a bride that likes to mix modern and traditional elements. I kept the typefaces traditional while using a more modern calligraphy script. The color palette was kept clean, modern and cohesive, and everything from the ink color and envelopes, to the ribbon on the menus followed it to a T! I used a raw-edged silk ribbon to enclose the invitation suite in a translucent vellum wrap to add interest and elevate the suite. The same ribbon was used to tie the hand-calligraphed place cards to the menus to again keep the color palette and materials clean and cohesive.”