Berry-hued Botanical Wedding Inspiration

berry botany inspiration

Yep, it’s true, we’re crazy for color. Any + all hues are welcome in our book. Today’s editorial provides the perfect palette inspiration for a super gorgeous fall wedding, so we were loving it right from the get-go. The gals behind this one (Lime Green Photography + Statice Couture) were influenced by vintage botanical posters, bright + unique florals, and the contrast between light and dark. And they staged a setting that would inspire, say, a stylish dinner party, a pretty Autumn wedding, or really anything in between! Let’s hear a bit more about it from Megan of Lime Green:

We wanted to use an array of natural elements and plants that couples wouldn’t normally think to consider when choosing their florals and table decor. For example, Suzie of Statice used aloe vera leaves as an interesting way to add texture and elongation to the table, instead of a traditional runner. The plates were decorated with large fig leaves and leucodedron flowers. The candlesticks were wrapped in birch, and pomegranates + blackberries were included as another way to incorporate nature. A large black ceremony backdrop made out of plywood was installed behind our couple to create contrast in our light filled space, similar to a vintage botanical poster or floral Dutch Masters painting.

berry inspired bouquet

flower hair piece

slate and floral backdrop

botany inspired boutonniere

rock ring

berry inspired floral installation

Such a pretty berry-hued bouquet!

berry inspired bouquet

slate and floral backdrop

berry botany inspiration

berry botany inspiration

And love these cute, botanical-inspired escort cards!

floral escort cards

twig fixture

leaf and floral plate setting

berry botany inspiration

wood candles

We’re totally pinning some of these table detail photos to steal ideas for the holidays later this year!

wood candles

bud vases

leaf and floral plate setting

pomegranate decor

berry centerpiece

floral crown

The cake was designed by Jonathan Caleb, who is a true sugar artist. All of the flowers on the cake are made of sugar, and it was covered in dark chocolate.

dark cake with flowers

dark cake with flowers

twig fixture

berry botany inspiration

Our bride wore beautiful Sarah Seven gowns from Wildflower Bridal and was decorated with jewelry from Christina Nicole. We loved having different options for her hair, as most brides like to change things up for their reception. The flower crown was designed by Statice and the headband from Three Bird Nest

sarah seven dress

rock inspired ring

sarah seven dress

berry botany inspiration

berry botany inspiration

Since we love this palette of berry, blush, and gold so, so much, we though it would be fun to put together a little shopping guide for you to gather ideas for styling your bridesmaids in these super pretty hues! Check out some of our fave dresses + shoes that feature this fun color story below:

And thanks so much to the talented artists who worked together to create this gorgeous shoot!

photography: Lime Green Photography // planning, design + florals: Statice Couture // venue: The Station in Greenville, South Carolina // dress + belt: Sarah Seven, from Wildflower Bridal // jewelry: Christina Nicole // headband: Three Bird Nest // cake: Jonathan Caleb // rentals: Industry Event Rentals // stationery: Sarah Lyons // makeup: Casey Nelson Lombardi // hair: Jennifer Abercrombie Beauty // groom’s pants: ASOS

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Comments

  1. Beautiful! I love the deep royal hues. I particularly like the bouquet, it goes so well with everything else in the shoot.

  2. Holy mackerel this is gorgeous, thanks for sharing, Jen!!

  3. These natural themes are really stylish and elegant. Love the berry hue!

  4. This is just amazing!! Love the colors! Awesome pictures!!

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