Today you’ll find excellent creativity in our feature, bringing wild marsh inspiration with olive tones to life indoors gives the flexibility to have an outdoor feel but the convenience of an indoor ceremony. Ceremonies held outside tend to be more unpredictable because of temperatures or other weather concerns so it’s always wise to have backup options or just choose to bring the outdoors in! Great beauty can be designed by creating a ceremony location that replicates the outdoors as you’ll see in the stunning photos below!
“This modern farmhouse inspiration blends a modern minimalist aesthetic with a tropical palette and vintage attire. With a wild marsh ceremony backdrop (brought indoors!) and a dried floral bouquet to die for, this olive and burnt orange wedding inspiration will have you pining for hanging installations and indoor marshes at your own wedding!” -Rebekah Bronte
What was your design inspiration?
“We wanted to bring an East-Asian garden/marsh indoors with the ceremony backdrop and hanging dried floral installation above the table. Paired with the beautiful white barn, vintage-inspired attire, and fun elements like the mobile truck bar, we created a one-of-a-kind wedding inspiration shoot that everyone can fall in love with!”
Tell us about your attire choices.
“Modern minimalist bridal style can be found in Park & Fifth’s gorgeous and sleek crepe gown. But we added some elegance with a vintage-inspired lace bridal cape from Davie & Chiyo that gave the bridal look that unique feel.”
Describe the tablescape elements.
“The dried hanging installation was artfully done by Chickweed Cottage! One of our favourites to date! We paired it with a minimalist tabletop design with a few stems peeking through clear glass vases.”
Photography: Pam Kriangkum | Ceremony Venue: Diamond in the rough | Reception Venue: Diamond in the rough | Event Design: Brontë Bride | Floral: Chickweed Cottage | Stationery: plush invites | Hair: Fox Hair | Makeup: Luminous Artistry by Laura | Accessories: Davie & Chiyo | Engagement Ring: Evorden | Bar: The Bottled Bronco | Wedding Dress: park and fifth | Submitted via: Matchology