1970’s Urban Chic Wedding Inpiration

1970s inspiration

If you’ve been on the hunt for a little bit of unique floral inspiration, today is your lucky day, because this bright + cheerful editorial – a collab between Flora Fauna Designs, L. brook Events and Emily Delamater Photography – features the prettiest of blooms + some sweet, eclectic design ideas! We’re loving the punchy palette of orange, green + white, paired with layered metals in shades of copper + gold. And the 70′s, urban chic feel is a style we hope to see show up much more often in future weddings and events. It’s just so good!

From the team, It began with the idea to design a shoot that referenced the iconic style and fashion of the late seventies in a creative way that felt fun, bold and sexy. Portland Hunt & Alpine Club is a beautiful and modern bar in the heart of downtown Portland and was the ideal venue for this shoot. The interior of this space mixes mid-century modern and Scandinavian design aesthetics with rustic wood and metal. Our design featured bold, bright and mixed metallic elements that popped against the interior of the space.

hexagon invitation

airplant bouquet

1970s inspiration

airplant bouquet


Biggest. Airplant. Ever. So in love!

giant airplant bouquet

1970s inspiration

boutonniere

1970s inspired bride

calligraphy

colorful tablescape

copper goblets


Using vintage copper vessels along with crisp white and orange vessels we created a rich, bold and full tablescape with varying heights and points of interest. Vintage amber wine goblets and copper mugs donned the table beside orange and gold-rimmed dinner plates that were layered with gorgeous, poppy salad plates.

gold flatware

orange centerpieces

airplants

moscow mule mugs

succulents


Loving it all as much as us? Take notes to get the look! The team used a vibrant mix of air plants, ranunculus, billy balls, poppies, ferns, orchids, hydrangeas, pincushions, lillies, knobby grapevine and garden roses. So much pretty.

wire steer skull

orange bridesmaids

bridesmaid bouquets

flower crown

wild orange bouquet

airplant

1970s inspired bride

flower crown

1970s inspiration

cocktail

1970s inspiration

1970s inspiration


Erin of Wild Orchid Baking Co. created a 3-tiered cake using sugar poppies and sugar air plants to top a gorgeous 70’s- inspired stripe along the front.

orange copper cake

airplants

orange copper cake

1970s inspiration


Such a fun shoot! We’re definitely going to pin a couple shots to our Flowers + Bouquets board! Thanks so much to everyone below who helped bring this inspirational session to life!

photography: Emily Delamater // floral, event design + styling: Judy Bourgeois of Flora Fauna // planning, design + styling: Lindsey Norton of L. Brook Events // venue: Portland Hunt & Alpine Club Portland, Maine // invitations, copper place cards + menu calligraphy: Marisa Schaaf of Blue Glass Designs // cake: Erin of Wild Orchid Baking Co // hair + make-up: Ashley Marzul and Marta Polselli of Fabu Salon // bride’s dress: Watters from Andrea’s Bridal // bridesmaid’s dresses, accessories + jewelry: Vintage from Encore Vintage Fashions // groom’s apparel: Personal Collection of Model // models: Matt DelamaterMarta Polselli

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Comments

  1. Yes to everything about this shoot! Love the oranges, the florals, the 70s inspiration. Stunning!

  2. Thank you for featuring this shoot! It was such a fun collaboration. xx

  3. The velvet jacket and coordinating belt look awesome!

  4. I love the beautiful lace shrug, I would love it over my strapless gown.

  5. This is really lovely. The simple touches and colours make it a beautiful setting.

  6. These colors are amazing – i just love the combinations of the warm and cool turquoise. So incredible – such talent!

  7. Very cool and original. Beautiful work

  8. Amazing originality, creativity, and attention to detail is precise.
    Bride is as beautiful as the groom is handsome, everything tied neatly together.
    Colors pop, whether it be flowers, arrangements, cake, gowns , wonderful, wonderful team. Photographer did a great job capturing the effort put into this project.

  9. These photos are such an addiction!

  10. The colour scheme, floral arrangements and decor are right up my alley… This wedding is awesome!

  11. Carolyn Robertson on:

    Absolutely love it. Beautiful.

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