The beauty of fall weddings to me lies in the color palette. There are so many different ways you can have a fall wedding, but these luxe and romantic hues of rust, dusty rose, mustard and onyx give this fine art fall wedding editorial the warmth and the mood that sets the tone for a beautiful New England wedding.
From Auburn and Ivory: Using the surrounding beauty of Magnolia Hill Farm in Autumn as our inspiration, our team set out to inspire nature-loving brides of all seasons. In the beauty of golden hour, the black silk dress from Kalita set a moody and romantic tone, but the lush and vibrant florals from Old Slate Farm and flowing velvet ribbon from the Lesser Bear, cheered and softened the look of our bride. The bold, minimal designs of the paper goods from The Imaginary Beast were carefully arranged with foraged goods from Magnolia Hill and the florists’ own farm.
Mimicking the styling of the dress and bridal bouquet for the tablescape, we selected a monochromatic chargers and glassware accented with a vintage botanical plates, and nestled into naturally-dyed wool napkins from The Lesser Bear. The table was brightened with sweeping autumn florals in pinks and corals, accented by bittersweet branches. A stack of antique books were chosen to elevate the florals as a nod to autumn as well.
Hmmm ok, see those florals below? The colors on those zinnias and the pink shade on those roses are glorious. Old Slate Farm nailed on a stunning floral arrangement captured on film by Henry Photography.
The paper goods from The Imaginary Beast pinned the color palette down for this fine art wedding editorial with just the right amount of color which we love!
New England Wedding Vendors:
Concept/Styling: Auburn and Ivory
Photo: Henry Photography
Florals: Old Slate Farm
Venue: Magnolia Hill Farm
Hair and Makeup, Model: Audi Anderson
Paper Goods: The Imaginary Beast
Ribbon and Linens: The Lesser Bear
Cheesecake Cake: The Cheesecake Girl