Emerald Wedding Inspiration

succulent bouquet

We can’t get enough of the Pantone’s color of the year – Emerald! This lovely shoot was sent over by the talented Kristy of Momental Designs and was a collaboration with Envelopments® to showcase the beautiful pattern used in this shoot (also created by Kristy) – Fiore. An artful spin on a classic Florentine look, this pattern speaks in watercolor and pencil line with a slightly whimsical voice. I love all the watercolor details (and those stunning green bouquets above by Papertini!) in this shoot along with the modern direction with touches of paint spatter + pencil sketched textural elements. Thanks to Swoon Over It Photography for the photos.

invitations

watercolor

design

green dresses


Bridesmaids dresses from Dessy Group in Pantone  (yep, you can purchase bridesmaids dresses from Dessy in any Pantone color!) matched shades of emerald.

green dresses

green bouquet

succulent bouquet


They created a mod king’s feast look on the table with a runner installation featuring gorgeous green produce, white hellebores, lilac, italian ruscus, eucalyptus and amaranthus. Hanging above was a gilded antler chandelier decked out with hand painted paper leaves and flourishes reminiscent of Fiore shapes.

gold antler chandelier

gold antler chandelier

gold antler chandelier

dipped silverware

green centerpieces

watercolor table runner

dipped silverware

green bouquet

menu


Love this Fiore pattern whiskey bar where iconic brands were decked out in Fiore style!

libations

libations

watercolor wrapped drinks

bride


And a behind the scenes look from Birdhouse Productions

If you loved this shoot, you might enjoy their shoot last for Pantone’s Color of the Year 2012 – Tangerine!

concept, styling + design: Kristy Rice from Momental Designs // design assistant: Jessica Zielen // photography: Amanda of Swoon Over It Photography  // venue: The Cottage at Hillside Farms // videography: Birdhouse Productions // florals: Papertini // pattern + papers: Envelopments // gowns: The Dessy Group // capelet: Desla Couture // hair + makeup: Tatum Neiderhiser from Aura Salon // custom upholstery: Maggpie Upholstry // rentals: Maggpie Vintage Rentals // calligraphy: Meant to Be Calligraphy // ring bearer bowl: Painted collaboration with Paloma’s Nest // models: Steph Strazdus, Danielle Pasternak, Kristy Kravitsky

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Comments

  1. Thank you so much for sharing our shoot! Such an honor XO

  2. Emerald is an pretty colour and the decoration looks really classy :)

  3. Really loving the theme of this inspiration shoot. Definitely has given me a few ideas for one I am planning. Great work team!

  4. Amazing photography! Beautiful and elegant decoration.

  5. That rose gold antler chandelier is unreal! Any idea where it was found?

  6. Thank you so much for featuring this amazing project! We had a blast and it was such an honor to be a part it. ^_^

    @Caroline – I believe that chandelier was handmade specifically for the shoot. You can reach out to Kristy from Momental Designs to see if she can provide you with more guidance.

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