It’s no big secret that around these parts, we love weddings with a nature-infused vibe. So today’s editorial, captured by To Wander and Seek, is all kinds of fun since it shows us how to beautifully get this look for any event – wedding + beyond! The design team (Alexis from The Shift Creative + Janelle from Lavenders Flowers) went with a palette of soft hues you’d find in nature. Think mauve, lavender + citron green. From there, they created a ceremony space + tablescape that’s not only ultra-inviting, but so, so creative. There are tons of details to love + save to your Pinterest board, but if you were to twist our arms and we had to pick a fave, we’d say the floral and veggie table runner (coming up in a sec!) is totally tops!
It’d be impossible for us to love this floral adorned braid more! Props to the team who made this happen: Hair by Jordan Renee for the sweet side braid + Lavenders Flowers, who pinned each bloom individually into the bride’s hair! So super gorge. (Oh, and the pretty makeup was by Beauty by Ligia!)
The team went the extra mile to ensure beautiful, ripe produce was incorporated creatively throughout the setting. This dinner scene would be a foodie couple’s dream, no?
Cute, cute signage thanks to The Dancing Pine!
In lieu of a traditional bar, Alexis had the idea for a fun juice bar and worked with Radical Botanicals to bring that idea to fruition. This concept would work so perfectly at a morning wedding or as a healthy alternative at any celebration!
So creative! Thanks + high fives to the whole team below for sharing their beautiful work with us today!
photography: To Wander and Seek // event design: The Shift Creative // planning: The Shift Creative // florals: Lavenders Flowers // hair stylist: Hair by Jordan Renee // makeup artist: Beauty by Ligia // desserts: The Dough Exchange // furniture rentals: Jake Duke Studios // table top rentals: Dish Wish // model: Laura Ryan // dresses: Daughers of Simone and Truvelle thanks to Love and Lace Bridal Salon // juice: Radical Botanicals // signage: The Dancing Pine