Full of elegance and chic style, this lavender wedding from Captured Photography by Jenny is absolutely gorgeous. From the bride’s ethereal dress and veil, to garden-inspired details and design, it’s like stepping into an enchanted garden, and I can’t wait for you to experience it…
From the planner, Tiffany Lovitz of Posh Parties:
Long time best friends Marisa and Lee tied the knot at the beautiful beach resort, Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach. The venue was a perfect backdrop to host all of the weekends’ events. Not only was this day a very special one for Marisa and Lee, but also for their Bridal Party, who all happened to be best friends that go back to camp days. Lee made sure the day started off right by adding his own touch of humor and love by giving all of the Bridesmaids a special gift. He also surprised Marisa by delivering a large box, which encased smaller boxes, eventually leading up to a beautiful piece of jewelry. Tears of happiness and laughter filled the room. The Bride wore an Ines Di Santo lace gown, with shoes by Jimmy Choo. But what stood out the most was her ethereal headpiece by Stone Fox Bride, which looked like she stepped out of the pages of a fairytale. The Bridesmaids were in lavender Jenny Yoo floor length gowns, each tied differently. The Maid of Honor wore an untraditional, unique beaded gown by Parker.
Elsewhere, Posh Parties and Xquisite Events were making sure Marisa and Lee’s vision of bringing the outdoors in come to life. The Ceremony site was on the lawn overlooking the ocean. Xquisite put together a truly enchanting vision with a chuppah made of birch and dragon branches and a burlap runner for Marisa to make her grand entrance on. As guests entered the ocean lawn for the ceremony, they sipped on lavender lemonade with personalized straws. The entrance of the ceremony had a chalkboard program listing in memory Marisa and Lee’s grandparents who could not be there but in spirit. Personalized yarmulkes and fans also added a special touch to the ceremony.
Inside, the Ballroom had a vintage modern feel with farmhouse tables, ghost chairs and flutter tablecloths. Once the candles and trees were lit, you felt like you walked into a romantic garden. Music greeted the guests as the entered the ballroom for reception.
I really love how the goal of the decor and design of Marisa and Lee’s wedding was to “bring the outdoors inside”. Such a great idea, especially if having an outdoor wedding isn’t in the cards for you. And I don’t know about you, but I think the shade of lavender used throughout the wedding is just stunning!
So are any of you finding your inspiration from the outdoors, like Marisa and Lee did? I’d love to hear what kind of elements you’re incorporating!
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