Set against the breathtaking backdrop of the rolling Catalan hills, today’s photos from The Wild Ones Workshop has us seriously SWOONING. Two different couples, two different design concepts, one epic location.
Rebecca Carpenter Photography tells us: With styling by Fresh and Wood, this elopement style shoot complements the centuries-old ‘Mas Casamitjana’ (also known as This Must Be the Place) with touches of sleek modernism. The stunning palette of soft pinks, peaches and living coral perfectly offset the rustic tones of the Masia farmhouse.
Are you down with the bohemian styling and peachy pinks? Or are you more into edgy modernism and luxe accents? Let us know which style you prefer + see how a space can be totally transformed when you tweak a few details. :)
Contemporary + cool, who else digs the brushstrokes on this invitation suite from Better With Co?
Ooooooh, we are already crushing on this setting and all the texture from the grasses!
Have you ever seen coral look so chic?
Mannon, the bride, wears Emanuela, a beautiful handmade dress by Grace Loves Lace. The understated hair and makeup by Imanol Fuentes artfully allows Mannon’s natural beauty to complement the dress.
The playful Masario sunhat completes the effortless elegance of this look, don’t you think?
Moody + Luxe
And now we introduce to you the edgy and luxe look! This bride’s Chosen By One Day gown adds a romantic and modern element to the rustic setting.
That Martina Dorta hairpiece is the definition of regal.
The Edgy Tablescape
Isn’t this a masterpiece?! From the black accents to the hanging florals…we simply can’t take our eyes off this vignette!
Love those hanging florals from Studio Floral? See more hanging floral ideas here!
Fresh and Wood shares: I wanted to use the Pantone Color of the Year—coral—but at the same time, I wanted to run away from the typical depiction of this color… To do this, I intentionally added more strength by mixing mustard and black-hued elements as accents. The perfect union between the romantic and the innovative.
This definitely creates contrast and adds a modern element to the color, right?
The Boho Lounge
Doesn’t this lounge capture those beachy boho picnic vibes perfectly? What a sweet way to celebrate!
Isn’t the groom’s coral suit soooo stylish?
Want to see more from the Wild Ones Workshops? Check out these! And their amazing video from Made in Video below…
So, did you prefer the more light + airy boho styling, or would you go for the edgy and modern look? Let us know in the comments below!
photography: Rebecca Carpenter Photography // venue name: This Must Be The Place, Barcelona, Spain // event design: Fresh and Wood // planning: Nicola Dixton 'Wild One's Workshop' // florals: Studio Floral // wedding dress: Grace Loves Lace // hairpiece: Martina Dorta // hair stylist: Imanol Fuentes // makeup artist: Imanol Fuentes // videography: Made in Video // paper goods: Better with co // tabletop rentals: Ah Rental // models: Manon & Corstiaan and The Bad Villans // hat: Masario // acrylic sign: D Studio BCN // second dress: Chosen By One Day
What a stunning weddings!
My vote goes to the boho one! I just love everything about it! Plus, they look so joyous to be getting married!
I love love love that coral suit and really want my fiance to wear that color for our wedding. Does anyone know where it came from?!?