Stuck deciding between whether to go minimalist or maximalist with the design of your big day? We have amazing news: it can totally be both, and this gorgeous editorial from the mind of event designer and planner Rebekah Brontë of Brontë Bride proves it!
We can’t get enough of the way Rebekah and her team embraced and played off of the absolutely stunning Canadian vistas at 99 Rows, the newly opened venue they chose in the heart of Lake Country, BC.
It’s modern. It’s luxe. It’s romantic. And we’re obsessed. Let’s get into all of photographer Julie Jagt’s beautiful photos!
PaperOcelot made this dreamy raw-edged light blush invitation suite.
Check out our collection of the best minimalist wedding invitations to customize and buy online!
A Ceremony With A Coastal View
These rich, lush, color-blocked ceremony flowers were created by Jam Florals with the vision of deconstructing the idea of the typical floral arch ceremony background. Such a great way to fold maximalist texture into a super minimalist venue.
An inside look at the color palette’s inspiration from Rebekah: “Soft, coastal-inspired blues, whites, beiges and tans were set against the black framing and concrete flooring of the venue to create a modern contrast.”
Love that this sand-tone groom ensemble from RW&Co embraces the color palette as well!
How clever are those little pearl accents in this bridal bouquet?! Check out our list of the best pearl wedding dresses if you’re needing lots of pearly elegance in your wedding day look.
Kathryn Ramsay Esthetics created this relaxed bridal updo and neutral glam makeup look.
These string-tied custom vow booklets are so romantic!! Check out these similar ones from Etsy.
This chic, modern custom bar setup helped to make the vibe of the space super cohesive. Snag a set of light blue tinted wine glasses from Pottery Barn to recreate this classy glassware situation.
Love the way this rough edged marble custom bar sign embraced the nature surrounding the venue while keeping things super modern and stylish.
Rentals from Perspective Events created this airy, romantic reception setup.
Loving all the organic linens paired with more modern elements like those ribbed pillar candles.
So into these blush and neutral dried flower escort cards.
This fruit-filled tablescape! Modern meets luxurious.
So glad Rebekah at Brontë Bride set out to prove that maximalism and minimalism can thrive together in a wedding day’s design! Here’s to tons more weddings that aren’t afraid to do both!!
photography: Julie Jagt // venue name: 99 Rows, Lake Country, British Columbia, Canada // event design: Rebekah Brontë Designs // planning: Rebekah Brontë Designs // florals: JAM Florals // wedding dress: Lillian Wild // wedding dress boutique: Cande Bridal Boutique // hair stylist: Kathryn Ramsay Esthetics // makeup artist: Kathryn Ramsay Esthetics // groom attire: RW & Co // paper goods: PaperOcelot Studio // tabletop rentals: Perspective Event Design // furniture rentals: Perspective Event Design