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Organic Giant Wreath Wedding Inspiration

With snowy days right around the bend, wintry candles, twinkly lights and wreaths galore have made their appearance in our home. And oh, how I love wreaths. So when this thing of beauty crossed my desk? I nearly fell off my chair. With Mood Events behind the concept and design, Sarah Winward of Honey Of A Thousand Flowers crafted this wildly captivating oversized wreath, accompanied by one of the prettiest bouquets I’ve seen yet. Feast your eyes on the full gallery from Leo Patrone!


From Garrett of Mood EventsMy vision was to create a single décor element that was not only simple and beautiful, but classic and timeless at the same time. Weddings have increasingly become more and more ornate, filled with layers upon layers of beautiful details. But in this instance, I wanted the focus to solely be centered around the bride and groom, with a beautiful floral wreath, and in an environment that only Mother Nature can provide. The only theme used in this photoshoot is that of a circle/oval – the floral wreath, the wreath around the invitation, the simple and delicate wreath on the cake, the bride’s halo, and the amazingly simple and understated groom’s mini-wreath bout made from jasmine vine.

Photography: Leo Patrone | Flowers: Sarah Winward, Honey Of A Thousand Flowers | Wedding Gown: Danielles Bridal Ad Prom | Jewelry: Katie Waltman Jewelry | Concept, Design, Styling: Mood Events | Hair And Make-up: Gabby Gabitas | Invitation: Mood Events And Cathy Of Saucy & Kitsch | Location: This Is The Place Heritage Park | Styling Assistance: Lauren Brady Of Saucy And Kitsch | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother

Lush, Natural Inspiration Shoot at the Cathedral Of The Madeleine

If I could, I would crawl into this shoot and live amongst all the pretty forever. Styled to perfection by Erin Kate Photography and Soil & Stem, this gallery is overflowing with the kind of lush, floral-filled inspiration that will make your heart beat a bit faster this morning. See what I mean here.  

From Erin Kate Photography and Soil & StemGargoyles peered over the jagged pitches of the roof, while pigeons swooped and cooed around us during this lush courtyard styled shoot.

Our color palate really allowed us to focus on the simple, natural textures of our subject matter: the porous cement, heirloom silver, and the infinite patterns of layered greens that included ferns, eucalyptus, foraged vines, and incredible peppermint scented felt geranium.

Like freshly picked from an overgrown secret garden, our bridal bouquet was a bit wild, but also timeless. This beauty was hand-tied in antique French silk ribbon in the most beautiful shade of dove gray I’ve ever seen.

Other lovely details from the shoot…The bride wore a delicate chiffon gown. Her hair was styled in a simple twist bun adorned with vintage rhinestone barrettes. A guest sign-in book was created with an old book and maidenhair fern was pressed between the pages. Place cards were displayed on vintage silver forks that were wrapped in geranium leaves, fern, and soft blossoms. A cement cake stand displayed a lovely, chocolate naked cake with buttercream frosting spilling out between the layers.

We hope brides will find simple, clean beauty can pair well with unruly, lush stems in this elegant courtyard shoot.

Photography: Erin Kate Photography | Styling: Soil & Stem | Styling: Erin Kate Photography | Floral Design: Soil & Stem | Gown: The Brides' Shop | Cake: Pippa Cakery | Hair & Makeup: Versa Artistry | Cathedral: Cathedral Of The Madeleine | Letterpress Invitation: Rowley Press | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother

Boho Chic Backyard Wedding in Salt Lake City

Ok, I honestly don’t even know where to start with this wedding. I mean where can you possibly begin when there are the cutest llamas ever in attendance and an amazing Tory Burch gown involved? Every moment is quirky and personal in the best possible way. It’s all too good to be true, but yet you know it is, making this couple and their amazing wedding totally rad. See it all here. 


From Brooke Stapleton PhotographyHannah and Cameron met while she was working at a hot dog stand and have been deeply in love ever since. They felt like their love story is a bit out of the ordinary and wanted their wedding to celebrate the abnormal and the quirky, giggly lovefest that is so, unmistakably theirs. Set in the backyard of a charming pink Salt Lake City home, their day included street tacos, badminton, croquet, and llamas. The bride wore a Tory Burch gown and held a bouquet with florals native to Columbia, where her brother currently lives. The reception was a laid-back party with loud music, loved ones, and lots of hugging and squeezing. Every detail of the wedding was so well-thought out and charming + so very THEM.

Photography: Brooke Stapleton Photography | Wedding Gown: Tory Burch | Reception Venue: This Is The Place | Catering: 180 Tacos | Groom's Attire: H & M | Animals: Llama Rentals/Krishna Temple | Location: Radha Krishna Temple | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother