Roses in bloom are the star of the show throughout this wedding editorial aiming to enliven the frequently used flower in artful, trendy ways around Wildwood Inn. Rose red and mauve tones look so mod paired together against a white backdrop – pedestal stands holding petals from Camellia Farm Flora in the prettiest pinky shades. Our vivacious bride models a sophisticated long-sleeve gown from I Dream – A Bridal Boutique and adorable, retro-inspired accessories to match. Coordinating with her classic look, artists at Grand Slam Glam Hair + Makeup styled her with a chic chignon, romantic face-framing pieces, and full bridal glam featuring a bold red lip. Minimalist color block invitations by Lonestar Letter allow you to make a statement as a modern couple and their elegantly hand-lettered envelopes allude to the style guests can expect to see on day-of. Custom calligraphy on bar signage is also such a cute way to add character to your event! Captured both in the gallery below by Brianne Johnson Photography and in a highlight video by Shawn Yang Film, LLC. Read on for a note from some of the vendors that brought this rose filled wedding editorial to life. Cheers!
From stationery designer, Ashley with Lonestar Letter: “This invitation suite is perfect for the sleek and modern couple that wants to keep their designs simple without being boring. Doing a monochromatic sort of look for your colors and rounding the edges of your paper keep things interesting!”
From florist, Tammie with Camellia Farm Floral: “The rose inspo was an easy one for me. When I think of rosé wine, I almost always think of flowers in shades of pink, red and coral. And of course, roses had to be the main attraction. Our designs consisted of several rose varieties including Pink Expression, Shimmer, Hearts and Explorer to name a few. We added in elements of hydrangea, antherium and crespidia to add in whimsy, interest and fun! And on the topic of whimsy… the pink plumosa and the bleached fern – they just took everything over the top. I especially loved the altar pieces on our bright white columns. It just made the floral that much more striking.”