To put it modestly, we’re a bit defenseless against today’s earth toned courtyard wedding inspiration. These brides sure don’t play when it comes to fashion – I mean check out that sleek jumpsuit with asymmetrical detailing! If you’re a fan of crisp, tangled blooms, farmhouse tableware and al fresco dining, you’re sure to place this inspo on a pedestal. But we’ll settle for all the Pinterest boards!
If you’re on the hunt for raw fine art wedding photography, Kristen Marie Parker fits the bill. Aside from giving us a glimpse at all the thoughtful details, she’s got a knack for capturing those in between moments.
Planned by event designer, A. Renee Weddings & Events, this villa-esque building is dressed with dusty shades of peach, rust and all the warm colors in between. We love the lightness of the courtyard table with bistro chairs and thin brass candlesticks, balanced by the weight of full blooms and wooden chargers – you’ll soon know what we mean!
It’s true. We’re having major ring envy for these pieces from Rachel Brooks Jewelry. From the Art Deco engagement ring to the intricately unique wedding bands, we’re in awe!
We’re also pretty obsessed with the whimsical spirit of this invitation suite from Pink + Peach with modern calligraphy and light sketched illustrations to boot.
This abstract gown from The Dress Theory is a grade A winner for those brides in search of something less traditional. With a sleek structure and modern open back, this silhouette makes a refined, yet sexy statement. We also mentioned that jumpsuit before, but it garners attention again. Even moreso when you find out it was snagged on Rent the Runway!
Botanique Flowers has a magic green thumb – there’s no other explanation for the artful way they arrange these blooms! Except maybe years of practiced hand and mad skill ;)
The Corson Building is a Seattle restaurant by day, impeccable wedding venue by night. We love how dynamic this property is, both inside and out, and will certainly be paying it a visit on our next visit to Washington!
KLS Makeup Artistry styled these ladies to perfection – with sultry eyeshadows that complement the wedding flowers and both a bold + neutral lip.
This speckled wonder from Cake Life Everyday is our new religion. Easily.
Now how cool is that floral cuff?!
We can’t get over the subtle pink shade of the linens from BBJ Linen either! Everything ties together perfectly.
Photography: Kristen Marie Parker
Event Planning and Design: A. Renee Weddings & Events
Floral Design: Botanique Flowers
Venue: The Corson Building
Wedding Dresses: The Dress Theory
Jumpsuits: Rent the Runway
Hair and Makeup Artist: KLS Makeup Artistry
Jewelry: Rachel Brooks Jewelry
Rentals: Fanciful Rentals, Pedersen’s and Balancing Balloons
Linens: BBJ Linen
Wedding Cake: Cake Life Everyday
Paper Goods and Signage: Pink + Peach
Models: Cristiana Ventura & Lindsay Scofield