Mediterranean Elopement Inspiration with Foraged Blooms
Rosemary Beach is a favorite for its global influences, old town feel and architectural treasures – namely the kind seen in today’s Mediterranean elopement inspiration with earthy colors, foraged garden flowers and the soft glow of candlelight. We can almost feel the soft textures of the handmade paper invitation suite and silk ribbon running through our fingers, but it’s okay, we can settle for the unforgettable view that is this bountiful table. We love the deep romance elicited throughout from the backless bridal gown and braided updo to the giggly portraits and illustrated invitation suite. Ready to be swept away?
From the photographer, Faith Allen of The Fallen Photography:
Nestled in the quiet, coastal streets of Rosemary Beach, took place the most intimate nuptials — a promise of certainty and a vow to cherish. His affection poured into every touch… his hand gently finds the curve of her back, pulling her in and tenderly bringing her lips to his. With one fluent movement, he slips an intricate ring upon her finger; their endless and abounding love compassed in a moment. A Mediterranean tablescape setting the warmest and romantic mood for a small celebratory gathering with their closest – a dusty color pallet carried throughout with florals untamed, emulating the creamy tones that filled the sky as they watched the sun disappear below the horizon line. Glasses clinked and laughs were shared by candlelight as they celebrated love late into the night.
Obsessed with the look of these glorious organic blooms too? Check out more foraged goodness here!
Photography: The Fallen Photography
Stationery: Oh Honey Paper Co.
Florals: Studio Petali
Bridal Gown & Bridal Jewelry: Sibo Designs
Hair & Makeup: Hair By Kaitlyn Brown
Ring: The Land Of Salt
Bridesmaid gowns provided by Simply Elegant
Models: Christyal Kyle & Jace Waters, Piper Arielle & Ella Catherine
OMG, love love the colors!!