Lavish and luxe, this garden wedding design is utterly enthralling. Compliments of Em and E Events, this pretty in pink vision came to life at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens. The al fresco setting provoked the impressive design, blending the look and the venue together with ease. See Jane Blush and Simply Captivating Salon used their talents and had the bride shining in her flawless Blanc de Blanc Bridal gowns, with the groom’s pink ensemble completing the duo’s look effortlessly. The romantic colors of the editorial were sprinkled into Tasty Bakery’s cake, which featured flecks of gold foil and was topped off with sweet pink flowers. Speaking of flowers, May Chester Design surely wowed us with textured blooms, with sparkling linens from Mosaic and white cushioned chairs from Eventionners rounding out the details. And although the design was grand, it was the smallest of details that made a big difference. These included the groom’s gold bee pin and the insect salt and pepper shakers, which caught the eye of photographer Alexa Frankovitch Photography, who is to thank for these stunning images. If you’ve ever wondered if more is more, the answer is YES and this editorial is your proof!
About the Shoot
This shoot was designed to be a maximalist’s paradise, full of romantic, soft blush accents featured in every aspect of the day. From the floral patterned dress, to the sparkling dinner table, every inch of this shoot was styled to the max. Emily did an incredible job with the overall vision, but especially with the tiniest of details – the dinner table featured insect-shaped salt and pepper shakers, the bride wore peony-scented perfume, and the groom wore a gold bee pin instead of a boutonniere to tie in the garden-party theme. The decor featured towering floral constructions and suede accents to flow seamlessly with the backdrop of Phipps Conservatory. The soft colors and textures gave the entire look a luscious, enveloping feeling.