We loved seeing this inspiration shoot from Cassidy Carson and Megan Proby! These neutral wedding ideas are perfect for any bride looking for an organic-inspired wedding with white and neutral florals. We love the way they styled the natural colors and textures throughout this shoot as well, and you could easily translate these ideas to a bigger event! Here’s a little more from Cassidy on their inspiration:
Our inspiration shoot took place with Leigh and Liz—a couple that is wildly genuine and easy to delight. They take pleasure in simple and beautiful things, and don’t need a lot of fuss to be happy. The venue—Jefferson House—a historic home in downtown Franklin, Tn and built in 1900—was a perfect reflection of who they are as a couple. There’s a lot of magic and elegance in going with something close to home, using natural materials, and letting the personality of the people really take center stage. We wanted to the florals to be earthy and organic. Kelly drew inspiration from the simplicity of the property and foraged a large number of the greenery from around the house. Our goal in styling the space was to be gorgeous but understated, really allowing the day to be about the people sharing the table and watching that warmth trickle over.
Photography : Cassidy Carson | Styling : Megan Proby – 12th Table | Florals : Kelly Lenard – Intertwine | Calligraphy and paper suite : Jessica Foley | Hair and makeup: Amanda Gros | Dress : Monique Lhullier from The Bride Room | Veil : The Bride Room | Belt : Monique Lhullier | Groom’s suit : Calvin Klein | Cake : Whole Foods | Venue : Jefferson House
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