We are dreaming in blue thanks to this romantic, organic wedding inspiration! This modern Fine Art design started with a design that had small pops of blue, integrating beautifully with a clean, fine art look. Take a look at all the details that were so gorgeously captured by Ashley Cook Photography, and then be sure to read all that planner Bridal Bliss Event Planning shared about the design!
“We started with a design board that had small pops of blue but stuck with our clean, fine art look. Each vendor came onsite with the perfect touch of blue, clean, and the BEST touch of simplicity for an organic wedding! Classic Vintage Rentals had the perfect dreamy white farm table; when we first laid eyes on it that thing – it was a done deal! From the start we knew Classic Vintage Rentals had absolutely everything we needed and more. The chairs set the tone perfectly and the silky runner was the cherry on top. When it came to florals we wanted something unique, loose and simple! Ali Briskey Designs brought our vision to life with the loose delicate center piece, which acted as the focal point for our table. The more we played around styling the table the more we loved the clean, delicate table set up. Ali started putting out the small dishes of florals and the entire table came to life. Seeds of Clay exceeded all of our expectations with the acrylic menus and watercolored escort cards. Their calligraphy is phenomenal and went along perfectly with the knotted napkins and modern flatware.”
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photography: Ashley Cook Photography // Ceremony Venue: The Portland Studio // Event Planning: Bridal Bliss Event Planning // Floral: Ali Briskey Designs // Stationery: Seeds of Clay // Wedding Cake: Dream Cakes // Rentals: Classic Vintage Rentals // Model: Mallory Melius // Wedding Dress: Blush Bridal Boutique
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