Woodsy Autumn Wedding Inspo in a Dreamy Burnt Orange Garden
Ok so we dare you guys not to totally freak out over this ah-mazing autumn wedding editorial. Just kidding, that’s impossible. We are head over heels IN LOVE with this woodsy garden vibe oozing honey and apricot autumn wedding hues that are nothing short of mesmerizing. Ivy & Bleu Events has done it again creating an autumn fairytale dreamland captured by the one and only Figtree Wedding Photography. Just you wait until you see the cake – it’s out of this world gorgeous!
From the planner + stylist, Ivy & Bleu Events: Inspired by the autumnal tones of the season we wanted to push the boundaries and create something a little special. Think smokey hazed forest, woody and earthy blooms and scattered autumn leaves! For our styling we looked at varying different textures between antique brass, custom made ceramic and gold dipped plates all draped with our stunning white gossamer material as a base.
Our gorgeous model Gracie is one of Queensland’s best cake decorators so of course this heavenly cake had to play a big feature amongst the shoot. She had a vision of a garden growing up around the cake so we used seasonal faves like burnt orange and burgundy zinnias, columbian roses and delicate sprays to create this ethereal effect. We are so blessed to work with many amazing and talented vendors to bring “This girl is on fire” concept to life.
I mean come on. How gorgeous is this autumn garden wedding inspo with alllll the woodsy vibes? We’re obsessed. Since we’re all getting excited for fall by drinking all the pumpkin spice cold brew we can get our hands on, we love this gorgeous wedding with a hint of fall in a bridal cape.
Planner, Stylist + Florist: Ivy & Bleu Events
Photographer: Figtree Wedding Photography
Dress Designer: White Lily Couture
Custom Backdrop: Very Flamingo
Hair Accessories: And You Bridal
Hair + Makeup: Shannon Hope Makeup Artist
Cake: Milk and Honey Cake Creative
Stationery: Little Green Leaf
Hire: Bonnie Blue Vintage Hire + For Love & Living
Glassware: Christina Re