Orange you glad it’s Wednesday? Today we’re all about bright bursts of color. I’m talking pops of citrus, alllll the poppies, the prettiest waterfall, and some serious romance! We’re convinced mother nature is a romantic at heart. I mean we are just mesmerized by these saturated summer hues designed by Hannah Ringley Styling. Oh, and don’t totally freak out, but there’s also a PUPPER! As if this styled shoot can’t get any better. You are just going to fall in love (and be glued to your screens) after scrolling through these beautiful pictures by Madeline Trent Photography. Brace yourself for some serious citrus wedding inspiration!
From the photographer, Madeline Trent Photography: This is a colorful styled shoot set in a stunning waterfall quarry, with lots of beautiful and unique details including a blood orange asymmetrical wedding cake, colorful tablescape and bar scene. The soft, flowing lines of the bride’s dress reflect the flowing waterfalls and the red tones in her bouquet complement the bright color palette.
We’re just walkin’ in a citrus wonderland over here! This stunning cake by Cakes to Live By has our hearts aflutter. This is the kind of news we need in our life, right?
So what did we tell you, isn’t that the most gorgeous citrus-filled wedding inspiration you’ve ever laid eyes on? Yea, we wouldn’t lead you astray! Speaking of citrus, here’s some juicy floral inspiration!
Designer + Event Stylist: Hannah Ringley Styling
Photography: Madeline Trent Photography
Venue: Waterstone Venue
Floral Design: Aunt Willie’s Wildflowers + Susan Liles Floral Design
Cake: Cakes to Live By
Videography: Films by Julie + Chris
Shoes: Badgley Mischka
Models: Katie + Rusty Mabe
Dress + Veil: Modern Trosseau Nashville
Groom’s Suit: Trunk Club by Nordstrom
Makeup Artist: Hello Beautiful
Rentals: Celebrates Wedding Rentals + The Little Prop Shop
Table Runner + Ribbons: Silk & Willow
Flatware + Glassware: Anthropologie
Vow Book: Elmo Paper Stories
Ring Box: The Mrs. Box
Jewelry: Always the Bridesmaids
Cocktails: Matt’s Cocktails
Film Processing: Photovision Prints