Floral wall backdrops are something that we’ll never tire of, frankly. No matter if they’re used at a ceremony or behind the sweetheart table, they give off such elegance and the best part is you can do absolutely anything you want with it. So when LVL Weddings & Events tackled this brilliant shoot, they moved towards the direction of a fun and refreshing botanical floral wall exquisitely done by Flower Bar, mixing and matching tropical green leaves with bubblegum pink roses and peonies with creamy hydrangeas to name a few. Not stopping there, the wow factor extended all over this editorial. Definitely a shoot to see and we have Amy and Jordan Photography to thank for it!
From the event planners and designers, LVL Weddings & Events: Emily Schiesl of LVL Weddings & Events took the reins on a styled shoot design held at The Clayton on the Park in the heart of Scottsdale, Arizona. Emily was inspired by botanical florals seen in spring fashion and decor popping up in the early months of 2016 and chose to complement the bright blooms with bold black and the softness of blush and gold throughout the overall design.
The most bold statement came from the ceremony backdrop designed by Flower Bar, to create the look of a live floral wall (floral wallpaper anyone?!). The flower wall was designed to look like botanical prints found in books and wall decor, with carefully placed blooms mixed with greens. This bold statement piece complemented the softness of the blush linens by La Tavola as well as the stationary suite by Vee Creative.
We couldn’t have asked for a more darling couple – a local, recently married duo, whose love just danced in every photo. The bride wore the Ariane gown from BHLDN with a cathedral veil and teardrop earrings before changing into her ‘getaway’ dress, also BHLDN. We kept the groom more traditional in a tailored tuxedo-style suit by Brothers Tailors (letting him lose the tie for their getaway photos in the desert sunset). The cake and specialty deserts by Ruze Cake House almost stole the show! Macarons and cookies shared the same floral designs by Vee Creative, while the lollipops and sugar cubes held edible flowers, perfect for a bubbly toast. Ruze Cake House also tied in the black, blush, gold and floral theme with a 3-tiered gold gilded cake and mini naked cakes in dark chocolate with fresh blooms.