Full of romance and style, this dusty rose wedding inspiration is a breath of fresh air. Muted tones of pink and rose, touches of greenery, and lush florals make for a wedding design that overflowing in classic elegance. A groom in a “dusty rose” suit was the inspiration for this entire look, and we are HERE for it! And of course the fact that it was all captured by Katerina Marie Photography makes this entire look that much more stunning. We’re in awe of how Katerina photographed this beauty, and we’re pretty sure you too will be left just as breathless as we were.
From the vendor team:
When Catherine and I met to plan an inspiration shoot, we knew we wanted to design a style that would be a great entrance into spring but also could be used in any season. As we pulled elements together, the overall design took form and we could not be more obsessed with how everything came together! The dusty rose tux from The Black Tux became our base layer for building the rest of the design elements. Using a gold trimmed glass box, Audi with Vineyard Flower Co built a stunning floral cascade that began inside the box and then wrapped around the front left of the sweetheart table. She took my sketches and brought them to life with her detailed eye. Along with the table design, she also put her magic into a moon arch for the ceremony space, keeping it simple to balance out to the rest of the designs and pair well with the dress we had selected for that segment. Bluehouse Bridal provided two wedding dresses that Catherine and I selected as well as matching veils. To go with both dresses, we styled the one tux in two ways and had two different bouquets to match. Something Blue Stylists enhanced Ashley’s beautiful look with a soft, romantic curl and natural makeup. We had sweets from various vendors as well as a specialty “champagne float” that combined two local favorites: Bric’s Raspberry Gelato and Oliver Winery’s Soft White Bubbly. The romantic stationery was a team effort between Athena Street and Painted Letter Co. Painted Letter Co also provided hand lettered place cards. Overall, this was such a fun shoot to collaborate on.
Vendors who made it all happen…
Photography + Design: Katerina Marie Photography // Planning + Coordination: Catherine Barber Weddings // Venue: Ritz Charles Garden Pavilion // Bridal Boutique (Dresses, Veils, Shoes): Blue House Bridal // Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka Bride // White Dress: Pronovias // Blush Dress: Essense of Australia // Tux: The Black Tux // Stationery: Athena Street // Calligrapher: Painted Letter Co. // Florist: Vineyard Flower Co. // Hair + Makeup: Something Blue Stylists // Jewelry: Elizabeth Bower // Cake: Sweet Escape Cake Co. // Cookies: Jennie B. Cookies // Ice Cream: Brics Indy // Wine: Oliver Winery // Chairs + Glasses: Violet Vintage Rentals // Linens: A Classic Party Rental // Moon Arch: Nerdy Fox Rentals // Bride Model: Ashlee // Groom Model: Adam // Nails: Appreciate You Hair + Nails Salon
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