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Wearable Florals for the Trendsetting Bride

Wearable Florals for the Trendsetting Bride

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We are loving wearable florals for brides! With two different bridal looks, planned by Moss & Maeve, we are dreaming of basking in the sun with an ethereal headpiece and neckline like this one below. The revisited fairytale princess look with a an elaborate braid that outshines Rapunzel, these artfully romantic bridal looks are everything. Get your Pinterest boards ready for the ultimate feminine wedding inspiration captured by Sarah Porter Photography.

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Wearable Florals for the Bride

From the planner, Moss & Maeve: Grace, poise, and femininity shine through in this bridal inspiration editorial. Every woman should get to feel like a princess on her wedding day and her self confidence should light up every room she’s in. Creating a stylish, elegant look that is unique to you can be overwhelming when it comes to the biggest day of your life. The focus of this editorial is inspiration for creating an elevated look for the chic, trendsetting bride. We’ve created two different looks that feature elements any bride can embrace on her wedding day – both of which emulate a modern day fairytale princess.

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The perfect backdrop for this vision is an enchanted garden, which we created at Cottonwood Glen, a breathtaking oasis in the middle of the plains of Colorado. Our design featured bright pops of color and a bohemian aesthetic compliment the lush greenery and expansive cottonwood trees that the venue is known for. A charming iron gate nestled in the greenery opens to a winding, dirt path that leads to our enchanted garden. An ivory velvet couch in the center of the garden is accented with a whimsical installation of wildflowers. Sunlight glimmers through the arching Amish church windows that rest behind the couch, and a large white horse saunters down the dirt path, adding an extra touch of beauty to the setting.

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The bride’s first look features a Legends Romona Keveza statement satin ball gown complemented by intricate floral head and neck pieces. The floral pieces were created with a gorgeous array of wildflowers, standing out against the ivory ball gown to create this enchanted look. Note that her makeup is minimal and subtle, and her hair falls past her shoulders in soft waves. Simple, gold bangles and an oval, champagne diamond ring with a starburst halo add classic elegance to her look.


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The bride’s second look illustrates the fairytale of your wildest dreams come to life. She wears the Ludmila gown by Watters – a flowy A-line dress embellished with delicate lace and tulle with lace-covered buttons down the back. This striking gown is paired with a blue, pear sapphire ring that glimmers on her finger. Her hair is in an elaborate braid, accentuated with a delicate hair piece, and long, dangly earrings that add some subtle sparkle to the look.

Each of these elevated bridal designs take a modern day twist on the classic princess. We hope that they inspire brides to create their own version of the perfect wedding day look!

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Raise your hand if you love the feminine bridal looks that are perfect for the trendsetting bride. Oh look at that, both of my hands are up! If you’re still looking for your dream dress, check out the stunning fall 2020 collection from Ines Di Santo.

Wedding Vendors:
Planning: Moss & Maeve
Photography: Sarah Porter Photography
Floral Design: Ribbon & Twine Floral
Hair + Makeup: Kacie McIntosh
Jewelry: Sarah O Jewelry
Bridal Boutique: Felice Bridal
Dress Designers: Legends Romona Keveza + Watters
Invitation Suite: Beautifully Noted
Venue: Cottonwood Glen
Model: Christine Marchant from Wilhelmina Denver
Rentals: CO Party Rentals
White Ring Box: Je Promis

View Comments (5)
  • Thank you for the beautiful feature! Such a great privilege to be featured by Ruffled. Thanks for elevating the wedding industry world and making space for us creatives to create beauty from our hearts.

  • I am so honored and unbelievably excited to be apart of such a fairytale shoot! Not only that but featured on Ruffleds blog. It is truly amazing and love that I got to do the hair and makeup for it!

  • Thank you so much for the feature! This team was truly incredible – and I loved being able to work with all of these talented individuals!

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