We love the color palette that this team embraced with their rich and delicate wedding inspiration at Chateau Cocomar. Inspired by moody colors and feminine textures, they created an inspired shoot full of ideas for you to embrace in your own wedding.

From the creative team:

Chateau Cocomar exudes beauty from every corner. Two-hundred year-old, original fireplaces and doors, cathedral hallways, gothic windows and an abundance of natural light make for a beautiful scene. A delicate design with hues of eggplant, indigo and coffee set the stage for this romantically moody, yet delicately feminine editorial shoot.

Mint Photography captured the effortless beauty of our model styled in Sarah Seven gowns and Hushed Commotion accessories. Romantic indigo candlelight and place settings adorned with grapes graced the tables scape.

Our vision for this editorial was to embrace a sophisticated and modish design with an understated and effortless look. Rich florals designed by Without Wax Katy balanced by delicate creams and neutrals made for a thoughtful yet dramatic contrast.

Photography: Mint Photography | Venue: Chateau Cocomar | Gowns: Sarah Seven | Lingerie: La Perla | Model: Tiffany Schimel | Florals: Without Wax Katy | Bridal Accessories: Hushed Commotion | Film Scans: Richard Photo Lab | Styling direction and Design: Lindsey Zamora | Invitation Suite: Written Word Calligraphy | Hair: Jenuine Artisty | Makeup: Jennie Carranza | Rentals: The Borrowed Flea

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Comments (4)

Thea | Reply

So in love with everything about this shoot!! Thank you for the feature!!

Raquel | Reply

Absolutely loving everything about this feature. The photography is stunning. As are the florals, architecture, table setting, and invitations!!!

Olivia | Reply

Thumbs Up to photography.

Christina | Reply

I would love to figure out who they used for invitations and envelopes?????

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