With a space like Vidrio, full of vibrant colors and beautiful inspiration at every turn, this team of vendors created a colorful North Carolina wedding design with beautiful hints of Mediterranean flair. Magnolia and Grace Events created a design pulling bright yellows and peaches mixed with a bold pop of a teal blue that was an amazing compliment to the colorful interior style of the venue. Mixing the classics with a fun modern style created a one-of-a-kind wedding look that overflows with personality.
Pretty Together created a colorful stationery suite tying in the bold pops of colors that were incorporated throughout the design, and we love how the floral patterns were a perfect match for the beautiful arrangements created by Meristem Floral. Every detail and design decision was such a perfect compliment from one look to the next, and the mix of styles flowed seamlessly throughout the design. From modern to vintage-inspired, and with textures of lace, velvet, and every mirror in between, the mix and match feel added a fun, eclectic charm and casual playfulness that we love for any season.
You are absolutely going to want to catch all of the beauty and details that Mikkel Paige Photography brought to life in these gorgeous images from this colorful eclectic wedding inspiration.
Such a fun and vibrant style, and we love how they used the beauty of the space to their full advantage. Blue hallways and mirrored walls did not go to waste as they captured portraits full of color and texture, and the reception space created a fun and inviting atmosphere that begs for an epic celebration!
How bold are you willing to go with your wedding day color palette?
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Photography: Mikkel Paige Photography // Event Design & Planning: Magnolia and Grace Events // Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Ashley Mooney // Cake: The Cupcake Shoppe // Venue, Furniture/Rentals, Catering & Desserts: Vidrio // Bridal Gown:Lana Addison Bridal // Florals: Meristem Floral // Linens: La Tavola // Stationery: Pretty Together // Signage: Salvaging Eden