Fall Elopement Styled Shoot
This sweet styled elopement was the perfect inspiration we all needed this year. We have seen the most unusual places transformed into wedding spaces, and this one is at the top for uniquity and beauty!
La Tavola and BBJ Linen released their Fall 2020 line, and we were so excited to be able to mix and match with them to create a beautiful setting. Our amazing vendor team dreamed up a romantic, tone on tone wedding design. Celebrations in Paper created the paper products for us, including an invitation accented with a gorgeous monogram on the flap. The ceremony space was a dream—with white wishbone chairs for guests from Prim Rentals, a white stucco fireplace acted as a picturesque background. The day was styled primarily with muted earth tones, and the colors were incredible against the desert landscape! Lux Florist dreamed up organic arrangements with touches of eucalyptus and pampas grass and plenty of free-flowing greenery. The variety of texture created a truly eye-capturing frame of the couple in front of the fireplace. The Bride was dressed in an amazing bronze-colored dress and trailing white veil which was a perfect mix of classic and rare. Her bouquet complemented the dress and ceremony perfectly, and as they stood on the white jute rug the entire frame came together effortlessly.
The space was transformed into a comfy, elegant lounge area with lounge furniture by Prim Rentals! The black leather channeled couch was a breathtaking contrast to the velvet mustard round chairs. A pouf in the center provided a soft, welcoming vibe for guests to put their feet up and relax.
We opted for an al fresco dinner to accentuate the bohemian desert vibe of the design. Rattan lanterns were hung in the trees above the table, drawing the eye around the dinner space. The wishbone chairs were kept consistent from the ceremony space to dinner, and the long table was covered in an ivory and gold-leafed patterned linen topped off with a gauzy table runner. The subtle layers provided a stunning look to the table design. Pale brown dinnerware was arranged with a similar toned velvet napkin and matching pillar candles. The muted earth tones carried throughout the place settings gave the florals space to make a statement. We were excited to share this experience—it just proves that beauty and intimacy can be created in any style and size of an event!
Photography: Elyse Hall Photography
Florist: Lux Florist
Linens: La Tavola
Makeup: Lillian Fogel
Paper Suite: Celebrations in Paper