Peach and Black Wedding Ideas
One of our favorite things about autumn is how it brings with it a proliferation of rich tones — deep greens, golds, blacks, and peaches, all of which are present in this styled shoot from Camden Chitwood of Emerson Events and Amanda Watson. If these colors alone aren’t enough to make you swoon, we guarantee the black and gold cake from Madison’s on Main will do the trick!
From the event designer, Camden Chitwood of Emerson Events: I have been swooning over peach & gold recently. Juliet garden roses are a favorite flower of mine, so that was the first thing I knew was going to be used in this shoot. Since it’s Autumn… we just had to add a darker hue into the mix. I softened it up & created drama by using black lace for the chair caps & table overlay.
Since it’s close to Halloween, of course there had to be a masquerade mask. The theme ended up morphing into a Victorian romance feel. My baker Donna Munson had full creative range, with the only guidelines being black & gold – she definitely hit the nail on the head! Drama & more drama.
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Shoot Location: Oklahoma City, OK / Event Design, Concept, and Floral: Emerson Events / Event Photographer: Amanda Watson / Wedding Dress: Moliere Bridal / Hair and Makeup: Madi Martin of Starlite Salon / Wedding Cake, Cupcakes, and Cookies: Madison’s on Main / Candy: 42nd Street Candy Company / Cake Table, Flatware, Dishes, Invitations: Smock Paper from Paper Lion / Linens and Chair Rentals: Marianne’s Rentals / Model: Taylor Parker
Wow! Stunning – I really love the peachy tones with the black. Very sophiticated!
What a beautiful creation! I love the touch of black on the back of the chair and the way it ties intgo the lace on the tablecloth. As usual the cake from Madison’s on Main is unbeleiveable. Would love to know where you shot the pictures. the bride’s bouquet is simple elegeance and understated, just like I like it. You did a great job!
This is stunning! Love all the details!
The garden for this shoot is just beautiful! Could you tell me where it is located?
I seriously just got butterflies looking at this shoot! Love love love!