With a romantic feel and a bright pop of color, these urban wedding ideas created by Saving Grace Occasions are absolutely gorgeous! Using exposed brick under cracked plaster as a backdrop, we love how colors and textures were mixed to create a stylish design that really shines.
The bride wore a high-low gown with an illusion neckline and lace detailing, while the groom wore a velvet (!!) tux. The bold berry pink and emerald color palette was found beautifully all throughout the stationery, agate slices, and wildflower arrangements created by The Cottage Rose, and we are absolutely head over heels! We love how the details came together, and we’re excited to share how Dana Tate Photography captured this fun and playful style. Enjoy!
We love the details that this team pulled together to create this look. The colors and textures played so well together, and we love how Kaked by Katie highlighted those elements through the design of the cake. The irregular colors and textures of the cake was the perfect mirror of the space, and brought in a mix of eclectic elegance that matched the details of the design.
What do you think about the mix of textures in this design? How do you plan to use your venue space to inspire your wedding day style?
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Photographer: Dana Tate // Planner: Grace Freeman of Saving Grace Occasions// Hair and Makeup: White Carpet Bride // Florals: The Cottage Rose // Venue: The Gown Gallery/Affare // For Eva Eva sign: Cake’s Metal Whimsies // Cake: Kaked by Katie // Stationery: Feathered Heart Prints
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