There’s major inspiration to behold in this chic industrial wedding scene with such jaw-dropping details as a berry-adorned drip cake, family style charcuterie and a dried foliage cloud. #OHWOWYES, indeed! From the bride’s boho halter dress to the pillar candles emitting a soft, amber glow, we’re hooked. Velvety rust-hued ribbons and lush pink peonies breathe life into the scene, and we’re calling first dibs on a seat at this table.
Sara Olivia Photo captures the moody ambiance with an artistic, yet raw air – the details so crisp, we could almost reach out and touch them.
The styling from Mae and Co. Creative is a creative stroke of genius that, let’s be honest, we’ll be admiring for years to come. Be it a free-spirited wedding or holiday entertaining, the details here translate happiness to every scenario.
Who is responsible for this airy floral installation with warm, natural hues? It’d have to be Seattle florist, Brier + Ivy, of course!
From the photographer, Sara Olivia Photo: A pallet of warmth, flickering candles and a delicately hung floral installment of dried foliage set the tone for this indoor wedding set up. This chic industrial space was lit with the natural dewy overcast sky of Oregon, streaming in from the wall of beautiful windows and by the time the table was set the sun had gone down, leaving us with the romantic ambiance of a candlelit dinner.
If you’re as obsessed with the wispy wedding flower trend as we are, check out our recent roundup of 30 wild floral installations here!
Photography: Sara Olivia Photo
Workshop: Dawn Photo & Mae and Co. Creative
Styling: Mae and Co. Creative
Floral Design: Brier + Ivy
Dress: Rue De Seine
Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Whit
Models: Chelsie Conger & Todd Conger