Today’s navy and lavender wedding ideas combine classic romance with a touch of bohemian whimsy, and it’s absolutely gorgeous! Lavender lemonade, an array of beautiful mini cakes, and vintage pieces all play a part in creating a look filled with beauty. A color palette made up of navy and lavender with pops of pink is perfect for any time of year, and one that we absolutely love! We can’t wait for you to see more of this amazing inspiration at Hampton Cove Wedding Plantation captured by Joel and Amber Wedding Photography!
Our inspiration for this shoot was a desire to combine classic romance with a charming taste of vintage, while adding a touch of whimsical bohemian. We wanted to bring together stunning elements from elegantly different and equally beautiful styles. The first two elements we dreamed up were glass covered mini cakes and fragrant lavender buds. From there, we brought together classic navy and romantic lavender as our color inspiration. Pops of pink brightened our color palette to add joyful tones to the day.
Heather (Hampton Cove Wedding Plantation) brought together a stellar team of vendors to carry out this vision! We started with some fun vintage pieces from Willow Weddings and Events. Their farm table, glass cake domes, and antique suitcases perfectly fit the vision for this shoot. Willow’s table designs and hand-chosen pieces brought our dream to life. We topped our tables with a classy navy tablecloth and lavender napkins from Mullins Special Occasions. Gorgeous vintage china graced each place setting.
Hampton Cove Wedding Plantation was a perfect setting for our shoot. Romantic hideaways in the woods, a soft lake glistening in the background, and open lawns create a dreamy spot for any wedding. For our paper suite, Ledgewood Fine Stationery brought an elegant, classic look. For the bridal gown, we wanted to really bring together the classic and vintage style.
Modern Brides had just the dreamy gown we envisioned! With gorgeous lace, a plunging back, and draping chains of beads, this dress is swoon-worthy. We paired that with a classic navy suit for our groom. Oh Darling Event Hair and Makeup brought together some classic curls for our bride and added a whimsical little floral piece. Simpson’s Florist brought back a touch of bohemian with her gorgeous floral pieces. Incorporating non-floral elements, like artichokes and grapes, with romantic pink roses, she intertwined these gorgeous styles. The flowering artichokes were one of our favorite detail pieces.
Pixie Dust Cake Designs baked up a scrumptious selection of mouth-watering naked cakes and topped them with navy-toned blueberries or delicate springs of lavender. Her creative bridal cake perfectly paired with the classic design of our paper suite. Lavender lemonade with floating citrus slices offered guests a unique refreshment to pair with the sweetness of the cake. Delicate lavender flavoring laced the taste of classic lemonade. Willow also created a vintage cigar bar to pamper the guests inclined to seek out some relaxation after the joyous celebration of the day. A unique handcrafted tie lamp added a one-of-a-kind atmosphere to the lounge area. Favor baskets with a collection lavender sugar scrub and lavender bath soak made a perfect gift of appreciation for each guest.
This wonderful and amazing day was ended with a fairytale portrait against one of the most brilliant sunsets we’ve ever seen! The sky turned shades of navy, lavender, and pink as the sun slipped behind the horizon.
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photographer: Joel and Amber Wedding Photography // Reception Venue: Hampton Cove Wedding Plantation // Floral Designer: Simpson’s Florist // Event Designer: Willow Weddings & Events // Invitation Designer: Ledgewood Fine Stationery // Apparel: Modern Brides // Equipment Rentals: Mullins Special Occasions // Makeup Artist: Oh Darling Event Hair and Makeup // Cake Designer: Pixie Dust Cake Designs
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