Romantic Textural Wedding Inspiration

texture inspiration

The talented Denver-based team behind today’s lovely wedding inspiration was completely enamored with the idea of texture + wanted to stage a shoot based on that concept! To execute their approach, they layered different fabrics + elements, using a beautifully understated neutral color palette, to create a rich, romantic feel that perfectly epitomizes a wedding. I know that blushes, ivories + peaches are some of the most commonly used wedding hues, so I hope this feature inspires those of you who are planning a day with a soft tones + a romantic vibe!

Thanks so much to Laura Murray for the beautiful photohraphs + to A Vintage Affair for the picture-perfect planning and design. So much pretty in one place!

window sill

blush arrangement

bow sash back dress

The florals by Bare Root Flora are truly jaw-dropping! They chose only the most romantic of blooms like anemones, tulips and ranunculus and styled them in such an interesting, yet elegant way. Major love.

blush texture bouquet

texture inspiration

silver cluth

window sill bride

The fabric backdrop was designed with chiffon and tulle flower trims, using the same color palette. Something like this would work perfectly as an altar frame or a fabulous cake backdrop.

texture inspiration

blush tablescape

blush florals

Loving all of the pretty candlelight, too!

candle lit


Thanks so much to the below creatives for inspiring us today with a little bit of romance + a lot of pretty texture!

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photography: Laura Murray Photography // planning + design: A Vintage Affair // venue: McNichols Civic Center Building Denver, Colorado // florals: Bare Root Flora // wedding dress: Grace by Anna Campbell available at Felice Bridal // model: Cindy Yan // hair: Hilary Hackney // make-up: Dina Bree // linens: La Tavola