This micro wedding held at The French Farmhouse Venue is exactly that – full of all things reclaimed, whitewashed and barn wood, this wedding space’s mood is just right for an intimate, French-inspired affair. A flower truck adorned with a lush, floral canopy created by Haute Poppies is so fun and inviting, and makes for a unique way to offer guests seating cards, favors or gifts! Weathered farmhouse tables adorned with blush and gold crystal paired with tasteful French provincial seating make these tablescapes truly pop and add an air of elegance to the whole day. Sweet romance between faux-bride and groom make every wedding scene feel a little bit brighter, and we love the breezy, floral tapestry just behind the outdoor tablescape! Bling is in no short supply in this styled shoot either and this bride flaunts an oval-shaped double halo engagement ring from The True Gem, so you can rest easy knowing your precious gem was responsibly and ethically sourced! Cottagecore-style florals, reclaimed barn wood, and a beautiful, billowy bridal look all take this micro wedding inspiration straight to perfection. Cheers!
Photo // Kate Panza Photography
From the photographer: “With current events causing so many couples to alter their wedding plans, Carleigh Long Designs pulled together a creative team to showcase how intimate weddings can still be special. The French Farmhouse Venue served as a backdrop, Sand and Soil’s flower truck showcased unique ways to offer guests gifts or place cards, under a living canopy created by Haute Poppies. (Our) mood board comprised of the Pantone color of the year, classic blue, along with complementary tones of terracotta, blush and grapefruit. The inspiration of old-world elegance and simplicity was woven throughout, with farmhouse tables and French provincial seating, adorned with blush and gold crystal. The mood during portraits was meant to feel ethereal and romantic.”