Whimsy and romance abound all throughout these gorgeous blush and blue wedding ideas from Michelle Garibay Events and Leah Marie Photography. Drawing inspiration from the dreamy hues of the sky at sunset and the Pantone Colors of the Year Rose Quartz and Serenity, a beautiful color palette of pale shades of blush and blue was born. Taking the inspiration of the sky at sunset one step further, the quote “more than the sky” became the theme surrounding these wedding ideas, carried throughout the design elements, and even on the wedding cake! Beautiful, lush florals, a flowing runner of both fabric and soft flowers, watercolor details, and pampas grass were just a few of the elements that combined perfectly to create this romantic design with a touch of boho whimsy, and we cannot wait for you to see!
Isn’t this design by Michelle Garibay Events absolutely gorgeous? Blush and blue together is quickly becoming one of my favorite color palettes, especially when it involves beautiful florals and amazing wedding details! Oh, and did you catch that the table was mirrored? I’m usually not a fan of mirrors used in weddings, but when it’s a whole entire table, well then that is just amazingly stunning!
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photographer: Leah Marie Photography // Venue: Los Willows Wedding Estate, Fallbrook CA // Planner and Stylist: Michelle Garibay Events // Floral: Soiree Design and Events // Rentals: Jake Duke Studios // Linen: Mod Mix Studio // Invitation Suite/Paper Details: Paper Villa Stationery // Cake: Laura Marie’s // Bridal gown: Rue de Seine via The Dress Theory // Bridal Accessories: Cloe and Noel // Vintage Umbrellas: Bella Umbrella // Groom Tux: Friar Tux Shop // Hair and Makeup: Flawless by Karla // Ring Box: The Mrs. Box
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