Inspired by the flower fields of southern California, this whimsical wedding inspiration is both saturated and stunning! With an endless sea of wild tulips in mind, a color palette of yellow, orange, and red was chosen for this styled shoot, designed by yours truly at Burgh Brides. Just in case that wasn’t enough color, the scheme was accented by cobalt and dusty blue for a combination that was quite striking. All of those hues needed a clean backdrop, which is why the white-washed walls of The Grayson House worked beautifully. The sophisticated, rustic charm of this modern farmhouse-inspired Pittsburgh wedding venue was a match made in heaven and the perfect canvas for greenSinner to work some floral magic. From the show-stopping bouquet to the elongated centerpiece to the Build-Your-Own-Bouquet Bar which served as a favor, fresh blooms played center stage. Poppies, dahlias, daises, zinnias, and even a 3-D flower-shaped menu card from Hello Beautiful Designs brought life to the design. They were a bright contrast against a tablescape that featured a soft blue linen and yellow-trimmed napkins from Mosaic, silver beaded chargers from Eventioneers, and a mix of blue glassware. Speaking of blue, the real piece de resistance of this shoot came courtesy of a jaw-dropping blue and white tile-inspired linen, also from Mosaic, that is sure to catch your eye! Atop it sat an Alex Robba Cake that featured life-like sugar flowers and a tile pattern mimicking the linen below. Even our real life couple dressed the part – Santino in a suave navy blue number from The Groomsman Suit and Tasia in a Sassi Holford wedding dress from Bridal Beginning that featured the daintiest of floral prints. Feminine florals also made an appearance in our bride’s Ines di Santo earrings and Toni Federici veil, both also from Bridal Beginning. A red lip and easy, loose, low updo from JL Makeup Studio & Beauty Boutique completed her look. If bright hues and carefree vibes are kind of your thing, you’re going to love how Acevedo Weddings documented the entire thing. Bring on the color!!!