Calling all boho babes, this bright & playful wedding inspiration will give you major style envy. Mid-century furniture in jewel toned shades, and florals in pink, purple, peach, & plum come together to create one colorful shoot. We aren’t complaining. The combo of colors and uniquely set up vignettes mesh spectacularly. Without further ado, here’s what designer, Samantha Louise, has to say about her dreamy shoot caught on camera by Plum & Oak Photo.
I am a firm believer in repurposing anything and everything and breathing new life into pieces that may have been forgotten, especially on a wedding day when couples want to infuse their personalities into the details to avoid feeling cookie cutter. When Kimberly at The Dainty Lion and I were antiquing and searching for inspiration for our upcoming shoot, we stopped by Architectural Salvage in San Diego. Hidden behind stacks of shutters were these amazing angular door panels that I knew we had to have. I also knew those door panels needed to match my pale purple nails (inspiration from daily life!) and that I would accent the detail on the doors with a bright royal blue. We built the other elements around the doors and knew that color play was going to be our centerpiece. I love bold and bright colors and I wanted this shoot to show that you can use bold colors and do it right. We used a wide spectrum of colors, but also incorporated some subtle hues and played off the industrial blank canvas we had at Moniker Warehouse. It was neat way to bring a modern touch to bold, spring colors, without feeling outdated in the least. We’re obsessed!
A unique ceremony site is one of the easiest ways to maximize your decor and design budget, while making your wedding completely original. A bride and groom will likely receive dozens of pictures from their photographer at the altar, so it makes sense to devote some creativity and budget to that spot. I love working with my clients to create custom pieces for their day so Kimberly and I really wanted to showcase how to do that.