Wedding stylist and floral designer Brenna, from Wild Honey Weddings, recently sent us in this wonderful wintery shoot. We fell in love with the cool colours and quirky couple, and think you will too! Inspired by the icy month of November, this shoot is both edgy and bohemian, bringing you plenty of rustic wedding inspiration!
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An Icy Wedding colour palette
We love the colours in these photos- the shoot embraces the muted tones of November, creating an edgy look with the bare trees and frosted fields. You don’t need bright colours for a beautiful wedding!
These photos feel authentic and the look is so achievable. The bride wears an icy blue coloured dress, both breaking convention and setting the wintery colour scheme.
A foraged boquet
What really stands out in the shoot is the unconventional wedding bouquet, made solely from foraged bouquets, mixing live and dried stems. The bouquet embraces the beauty in the spiky, textured florals that you can find in your garden or a local forest. An arrangement like this not only saves money, but adds a homely edge to your wedding. With the right eye and creativity, stems that may otherwise be considered ‘weeds’, can become a stunning work of art for your wedding.
Rustic Table Arrangements
The table arrangements scream ‘boho chic’ with a macramé dreamcatcher, romantic candles and an icy blue crystal. The stationery matches the blue theme and features a wax seal on the invites, which is another quirky touch. Wild Honey Weddings really smashed it with this winter shoot!
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