Blush and neutral toned weddings seem to continue to be a strong trend. There is something so ethereal and appealing about these tones. So how do you keep things from getting too cute? Check out the wonderful styling of this lovely shoot! They have created a wonderful balance by countering these tones with strong elements that bring a whimsical bride into the modern era.
Take for example the two dresses shown. The blush dress has a strong architectural design not usually seen in a light toned dress. Accessorizing the look with large blush bubble earrings picks up on the dress design and definitely say modern woman! The neutral dress has a strong pattern in the material that is allowed to speak for itself without unnecessary frills. Both looks are finished with strong eyes, pale lips and clean lines to the hair (we are loving the hair coloring and the ponytail)!
The balance continues in the floral design, tabletop and paper goods. Water lilies represent delicacy, femininity, and elegance. But having a bouquet of all lilies makes a strong color statement against the neutral dresses and lips! The invitations are simple and elegant (which we all know is a time proven classic that works). The table is beautifully adorned and creates a heavenly ambience – but the chairs ground the look in reality. See how well well this balance works? So pick your elements and have fun creating your neutral toned wedding!
Photography Sally Pinera | Stylist and Dresses Gossamer | Floral Design Running Wild Florals | Hair & Makeup Sharon Park | Ribbons Silk and Willow | Calligraphy The Little North Sea | Dinnerware Looks like White
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