Ombré Wedding Inspiration Dripping in Heavenly Roses
November 28, 2018
United States

Roses are red, violets are blue, this ombré inspiration will make all your wedding dreams come true… OK, pardon our amateur poetry, but seriously guys this style shoot from Yuliya Jul Photography and Simply By Bethaina is guaranteed to take your breath away. Moody hues of burgundy and cappuccino combined with peach and neutral tones created the most romantic color scheme for this ombré design. A cascading floral wall by Ochun Studio made for an extravagant ceremony backdrop, perfect for the fashion-forward bride. But that's enough chit-chat - it’s time to stop and smell the roses…

Every bride wants a sea of roses surrounding her on the wedding day. Burgundy, peach, cappuccino and sand colors, all blending together to create a feeling of walking through an actual rose garden.
The inspiration for this editorial shoot came from the World of Versace Atelier, incorporating moody colors, a fashion inclined bride would love. The suspending wall of flowers by Ochun Studio included the sought-after Koko Loco and Distant Drum garden roses, paired with Quick Sand, Picanto, Cappuccino and Black Baccaras, as well as touches of Chocolate Cosmos, creating an ethereal feel amidst the white walls of the venue.
The minimalist invitation suite from The Arealialist Press included vellum paper with a printed floral theme throughout, and was paired with rose gold calligraphy and hand drawings of the San Francisco City Hall by Letters by Dina.
Later, the ombre design of the suspending wall was incorporated into the guest table, to create a continuation of the floral fantasy theme. A dusty rose velvet linen from La Tavola Fine Linen was a perfect match for the extravagant rose display.
The Lazaro gown, with its floral embroidery and crystal beads, was a perfect complement that brought a touch of elegance to the set up.
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