A few months ago I decided to organize a wedding inspiration photoshoot. Wedding pros will periodically participate in these shoots for several reasons. Networking with others in the industry, testing out new ideas, and introducing new designs styles are a few reasons we participate in styled shoots.
I decided to go with a “glamorous winter garden” theme with blush, gold, black, and ivory as the color palette. We used high-end glass tall centerpiece stands, exquisite linens and place settings, and one of the most amazing wedding gowns I have ever seen. I have been eager to create a floral staircase design so I jumped at the chance to create one for this project. This shoot was the perfect combination of neutral colors, greenery, and a very elegant reception head table.
I often work with brides who want more color in their wedding flowers but that doesn’t mean I can’t get excited about a more muted color palette. In fact, sometimes I enjoy taking a break from color and using neutrals. Few things are as pretty as the quicksand rose, which is sandy/blush in color and was the central flower in this styled shoot.