How To Embrace the Old World Romance Wedding Style
We’ll be honest. It was a challenge to hold off on sharing sneak peaks of this Old World romance wedding inspiration. From the honey-colored flowers met with a time-faded blue to the historic Monastery venue, we’ve got chills to the bone. It doesn’t take much to achieve this Old World style – thoughtfully placed flowers, curated heirloom details and soft textures should do the trick. And when in doubt, embrace natural motion!
Tracy Burch Photography has a knack for capturing beauty. You’re sure to fall in love with both the photos showcasing flecks of peeled paint and the photos that highlight moments of tender affection.
Roots Floral Design arranged these warm-hued blooms in a truly poetic fashion. The perfect balance of structure + movement.
Her long-sleeve lace dress from Modern Trousseau Louisville is refined and elegant with a delicate lace texture that we wouldn’t mind wrapping ourselves up in too.
A coiffured updo from Dawn Robling and a rose-kissed look from Makeup by Liz have this bride looking like a modern day Queen.
From Kaytee of Roots Floral Design: We wanted a color palette that would not only capture the autumn season but also contrast nicely with The Monastery. We foraged a lot for the flowers, which provided a very organic and natural vibe to the arrangements. Something that you don’t see too often at the Monastery. We really wanted to showcase that anyone, with any particular style, can get married in this beautiful venue and still have the flowers and details reflect their personality and style. We personally believe the earthy yellows and reds allow a great contrast with the cool blue walls of the Monastery.
- Combination of roses
- Champagne rose
- Quicksand rose
- Chocolate cosmos
- Foraged leaves and textural bits
Don’t these romantic paper goods designed by Carli Anna remind you of love letters circa Marie Antoinette era?
There’s nothing sugar coated about how scrumptious this cake from Haven Bakery is!
My how we love this round engagement ring from Honey Designs Jewelry. A timeless style indeed!
Photography: Tracy Burch Photography
Floral Design: Roots Floral Design
Venue: The Monastery Event Center
Wedding Dress: Modern Trousseau Louisville
Hair Stylist: Dawn Robling
Makeup Artist: Makeup by Liz
Ring: Honey Designs Jewelry
Ring Box: The Mrs. Box
Cake: Haven Bakery
Paper Product: Carli Anna
Ribbon: Silk and Willow
Film Processing: Photo Vision