Moody Jewel Tone Wedding Ideas

Sep 16, 2016 | Inspiration

Jewel tones and simple, timeless beauty go together so well. We're enamored with today's fresh Spanish inspired wedding inspiration from Kelly Oshiro's recent workshop in collaboration with Joy Proctor. This opulent wedding design is for the romantic bride and we're loving the results...

From Kelly Oshiro: "Inspired by the Spanish architecture of the Santa Barbara historical museum Kelly and Joy collaborated to produce this moody, spring table paired with a unfussy bride for my styling workshop. For the bride, a simple Delphine Manivet dress from Solistice Bride was paired with loose curls and a slightly smoky eye by hair and makeup artist, Janet Villa. Tooled gold earrings froms the 1880's was paired with an oversized morganite ring for her jewelry all from 33 Jewels.

For the bride's second look, a simple Elizabeth Dye dress was paired with an elegant chignon updo.

At the table, a custom gray velvet linen features a subtle damask pattern. Elegant handmade china from the Ark was paired with cut glass goblets from Pretty Vintage Rentals. For flowers, a palette of purples, lavenders, with hints of peach and burgundy were arranged in elegant black footed compotes. Written Word created an elegant menu in a saffron ink and creative candles in their dove gray added an elegant candlelit glow."

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STYLING WORKSHOP

From Kelly Oshiro: "This styling workshop intensive featured a mix of lecture, demonstration, and hand-on styling for both stylists and photographers alike. In the morning, I lectured on the principles of styling, how to create the initial concept, how to find and pull the right props, and how to get make the photos feel authentic and natural. Kim, editor in chief of Flutter Magazine, chatted about submissions and hosted lunch. Joy Proctor walked the students through the table design and demonstrated the basics of invitation styling. After that, students got to style at different "styling stations" which included tabletop design, food, wedding cake, invitations, and bridal styling. Caroline Tran was there to capture student word and the main editorial and Lola Video created a stunning behind the scenes video."

NEXT UP

If you want to join the styling prowess of Kelly Oshiro for her next workshop, held November 8 - 9 in Santa Barbara, be sure to check out her workshop site here!

Vendor Details

Florals, Styling, Production: Kelly Oshiro | Tabletop Design, Bridal Styling: Joy Proctor | Photography: Caroline Tran | Location: Santa Barbara Museum | Dress: Delphine Manivet via Solstice Bride | Paper: Written Word Calligraphy | Chairs & Rentals: The Tent Merchant | Tablesetting & Napkins: The Ark | Glasses: Pretty Vintage Rentals | Ribbon: Tono and Co | Hair & Makeup: Janet Villa | Candles: Creative Candles | Linen Boards: Heirloom Bindery | Video: Lola Video | Jewelry: 33 Jewels | Cake: Lele Patisserie | Wholesale Flowers: Florabundance

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