Inspired by the winter season, this styled shoot features plaid accents and a bit of edge! The pine woods at South Coast Botanic Garden made for the perfect backdrop as the couple danced around and frolicked in the greenery.
The bride donned a flowing ruffled Justin Alexander gown, along with a fun feather bolero from Adina’s Bridal. The bride’s vibrant red lip and beautiful dark hair made her look like a modern-day version of Snow White, don't you think?!
Event designer, Jenny from JenEvents said that she wanted to capture the snowy winter season, but also the warmth that comes with it. So the team incorporated cozy plaid + flannel accents, along with rich colors in the bouquet and on the tablescape!
Christine Skari Photography took these beautiful pictures and she has such an incredible eye for details. Pirouette Paper created a simple, but elegant invitation suite that included a ruby red envelope and a monogrammed wreath.
Kat’s Creations Floral Design created an bountiful bouquet, brimming with red coffee berries, white peonies, burgundy poinsettias, frosted grevillea, pine, and red roses all tied together with plaid. The bride’s gorgeous hair + makeup is by Genesis Imagery.
The farm table and benches from Party Pieces by Perry fit perfectly in the woodsy setting! The tablescape was completed with gold-rimmed China plates, vintage candlesticks from France and ornate gold flatware from Cherished Rentals.
The groom looks so dapper in his tuxedo from Friar Tux. How darling is that boutonnière constructed from a piece of a poinsettia and fragments of the bouquet?
The addition of the “freshly fallen snow” on the three-tier cake from LoveCakes is so sweet!!
Such a wintry wonderland, right? Thank you to the dream team behind this shoot!
This wedding shoot was also featured on Green Wedding Shoes!