Colorful Spring Botanical Gardens Wedding Inspiration
March 26, 2015
Midwest
Classic WeddingsGarden WeddingsSummer Weddings
There's no question that we welcome a pretty wash of hues with wide open arms during the spring season, and today? We're painting the blog with this color-infused Cleveland Botanical Gardens shoot from Lauren Gabrielle PhotographyA Charming FeteBorrow Rentals and Twig. See a few of our favorite details below and dive into the cheerful gallery for more!
Can you even handle that dreamy Sarah Janks dress?! It's the perfect white canvas for that hot pink bouquet from Twig.
This artsy, 'painted' cake from Philomena Bake Shop might just be the coolest cake we've ever seen! The macarons are pretty darn cute too.
Smitten On Paper nailed it with these happy, floral watercolor invites.
Stunning jewel tone baubles from Ella Capri complement the bright, vibrant hues.
Donna Morgan always steals our hearts with her floral designs. Why not have your 'maids be your 'something blue'?
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From A Charming Fete...As we’re experiencing freezing cold negative temperatures in the Midwest we wanted to channel spring “through the Glasshouse” (at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens). We captured the natural beauty of our model in this warm rainforest-like environment with layers and layers of lush foliage and playful, bright colors all through the film lens of Lauren Gabrielle. The delicately beaded bridal gown by Sarah Janks is so soft and dreamy yet showcases the most intricate design details. A bright bouquet full of lavender, hot pink and white ranunculus and the most decadent dripping peachy/orange sweet pea pops against this gentle palette. We wanted the second gown to be all-out colorful and fun. This blue patterned and flowy Donna Morgan gown was such a perfect and unique counterpart to the bouquet. We styled the hand painted macarons and cake on vintage blue glass mosaic trivets. We set the table with botanical vintage china place settings complete with a tinted amethyst champagne glass. The rock ledges, climbing vines and waterfall provided a perfect backdrop, a botanical oasis.