Bright + Textural Wedding Inspiration

pretty lace backdrop

What do you get when you pair vibrant color with incredible texture and beautiful blooms? You’re looking it at, friends! The creatives behind today’s editorial, Mint Photography, The Confetti Committee and Bricolage Florals, wanted to inspire the non-traditional bride and groom to incorporate pops of bright colors + lots and lots of lace into their day! We just so happen to love both of those things! And we’re guessing that all of you who are planning a wedding for next spring are probably starting to really brainstorm the design and dream up the fun details at this point, so we’re hopeful that this gorgeous setting will inspire you in more ways than one. It’s just oh-so-perfect for a springtime soiree!

From Allie and Kelly of Mint Photography, This summery shoot is both modern and bohemian, with a very relaxed feel. We love the whimsical look of all things bohemian, but we are also continuously attracted to bold colors and a modern vibe. This shoot was an attempt to marry these two loves.

colorful floral and type invitation

boutonniere

lace panel ceremony backdrop

Tell us that is not the most gorgeous backdrop! We love all the different types of lace fabric the team sourced. This set-up would make the sweetest ceremony or photobooth backdrop, in our opinion.

flowers on lace

bright colored bouquet

teal grooms pants

And so much love for this colorful ranunculus and air plant bouquet!

bright airplant bouquet

lace panel ceremony backdrop

short skirt dress

teal grooms pants

mint tie

We’re so crushing on this bridal look! The ivory tulle skirt is from Space 46 Boutique.

macrame hammock

macrame hammock

macrame hammock

teal groom pants

mint tablescape

What a charming little sweetheart table, toughened up the perfect amount with that fun Hell Yes! sign.

mint tablescape

hell yes sign

glass vase

table runner garland

colored flower setting

mint tablescape

mint tablescape

bright and lace shoot

bright and lace shoot

gold bar cart

gold bar cart

retro

We’re liking the look of those refreshing grapefruit + mint cocktails above as well as that sweet + petite cake by Polkadots below!

green cake stand

flower crown

bright and lace shoot

Are any of you taking this fun theme + running with it for your big day? Do tell! And thanks so much to the talented crew of artists below for sharing this lovely shoot with us today!

photography: Mint Photography // concept, crafting + styling: The Confetti Committee // florals: Bricolage // venue: The Hummingbird House Austin, Texas // cake: Polkadots // rentals: Retrospective Vintage Rentals // jewelry: Chloe and Isabel // invitation suite: Beau Tied Events // hair + makeup: Sydney Olivia McDonald using MAC products // models: Drew Kressins + Sydney Olivia McDonald // tulle skirt: Space 46 Boutique

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Comments

  1. Love her dress, love the flowers and love the stationery, of course!

  2. I love the lace backdrop!

  3. Love the natural organic feel to this wedding. So boho chic!!!

  4. But where is the lace top from?!?! This is the exact wedding dress alternative I’m planning for my wedding next year

  5. I love this wedding, very different. I love this natural feeling, comfortable.

  6. If you like the stationery, please visit beau-tied.com to contact me directly, thanks!

  7. Those pants tho!!! My guy needs to wear those pants!!! I’m guessing they’re from American Apparel or Urban Outfitters?

  8. Gorgeous couple! Love her short dress, and his outfit too! The setting with the table is great as well!

  9. Great photos! Love the natural feel of this wedding and the ‘Hell Yes’ sign is super cute :)

  10. Completely in love with this inspiration, especially the backdrop!! Any idea how to source the material? What are those pieces of fabric called? Could I search for them on eBay?

    • The fabric was just different types of lace that we bought here and there at thrift stores, which we then dyed in different colors. Then we stapled them onto a giant frame made from 2X4s!

  11. Wow wow wow! Adore her ‘tutu’ dress!

  12. I never would have thought to hang up different laces for a backdrop, it looks stunning! Love her gold bracelet and his teal corduroys, too.

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