Shauna Veasey Photography is gracing us today with this lovely wedding inspiration draped in the dreamiest vintage styling by J.Elliott Style you could imagine. Set in Georgia, this wedding editorial has got that feel of southern charm with a delightful juxtaposition of ample greenery and botanical arrangements by Virtu Floral Design. Rather than going the blooms route, they went for the foraged feel with spongy moss and air plants for the main table and lovely, wild creations for the bouquets; and it must be said: hello, ceremony backdrop! If you’re aiming to create wedding arrangements that incorporate more foliage than fleurs, this organic wedding inspiration has got heaps of pin-worthy ideas!
From the event designer, J.Elliott Style: Inspired by a soft and muted Pantone color palette, we chose flowy iridescent fabrics to complement an organic and subdued aesthetic for this shoot. We paired bold mixings of loose and airy arrangements of greenery with very few blooms to create an earthy and foraged feel. Air plants, magnolias and thistle were a few of the floral accents we chose to enhance the bouquet and tablescape. The neutral Pantone color palette consisted of dusty blue, ivory, dusty pink, gray and old tarnished metals.
The head table was dressed with glass terrariums filled with moss and air plants. A thick arrangement of greenery and hanging lights hung above the table to draw the eye upward. Coordinating handmade paper flowers dressed the wall behind the table to add texture and color to the backdrop. The ceremony site took place under the wedding tree and featured mix matched antique chairs and wooden backdrop dressed with thick greenery and air plants.