We Can’t Help Falling for this Persimmon Palette
by Brynlee Handy March 8
Not all fall weddings have to look the same, and that’s why we are obsessing over this wedding inspiration captured by Stephanie Brazzle Photography featuring an elevated persimmon palette that absolutely sets it apart from the rest! Held at The Olana, luxury was in no short supply and thanks to the expert design and styling of Engaged Events, there are fresh gilded details to admire in addition to the venue’s natural grandeur and elegance. To update a traditional fall palette, arrange ruby red and persimmon-hued blooms like these by Alba Dahlia Floral in an elegant, bright white space. Centerpieces and installations featuring full fall foliage are simply perfect for this occasion! Glassware, china and chargers from Loot Rentals make this tablescape pop with a touch of antique gold that adds both charm and luxury which is carried on throughout bentwood chairs and a unique cake stand that holds this lovely edible creation by Butterfly Cakery in four dreamy tiers, adorned with abstract floral design. Our bride model looks too good to be true in a lacy fit-and-flare gown from Grace Loves Lace featuring the most darling open back! The Styling Stewardess created a gorgeous bold eye to pair with her natural bridal pink lip, and we love the way she was styled with this wispy, low updo as well. Invitations set the tone for your big day and paperie from Ladybird Paper Co. scripted in rust ink is just the way to do it – add calligraphy details around every corner to add a personal touch to your persimmon palette and watch the whole soiree come together before your eyes. Read on for a note from Engaged Events about the design and styling of this elegant editorial. Cheers!
Photo // Stephanie Brazzle Photography
Video // Ocular Pop
From the planner, Whitney Bailey of Engaged Events: “The inspiration was based on the intricate design of The Olana, mixed with a romantic, garden feel. We wanted to pull some of our favorite fall colors including mauve, mustard and emerald green. This combination spoke for itself and felt like the perfect blend.”