Steel blue and burgundy indoor wedding color palette
Today we're dreaming of this opulent color palette of a grey blue color and the prettiest combination of a light peach and burgundy. As we enter the cooler weather of autumn, the changing foliage, and the warm comfort food, we feel an urge to add in stronger colors into our wedding color palettes! Photographer Meg Sexton dreamed up this inspiration editorial centered around the grace of a ballerina. With the multiple BHLDN dresses and the gorgeous floral installations by Amy Burke, we're whisked to a cooler day and a fall wedding...
From Meghan Sexton: "This ballet editorial shoot was inspired by a desire to shoot a ballerina in motion, in her element, and full of a natural grace. I was never a ballerina, but I have always drawn a significant amount of inspiration from watching them move. I have an obsession with watching dancers control their bodies down to the tiniest detail, and telling their story with movement and expression, and artistry.
For this particular shoot, I had a vision of colorful, lush florals, intricate and beaded gowns, and ballerinas en pointe. I reached out to some of the most talented and creative vendors in the area. We had three trained ballerinas and the incredible Tatyana Lebedeva of CinqBallet in Russia to help direct their movement.
I had this idea in my head of how we would style this simple and not overly unique room to create such a magical space, but what we ended up capturing completely blew me away. My hope with this editorial, is to inspire a sense of whimsical desire to either observe the arts, or be a part of them. But mostly to understand that beauty can be in the simplest of things. A gesture, a look, or a simple foraged flower."
Photographer: Meghan Sexton | Film Lab: The Find Lab | Floral Designer: Amy Burke | Dress Designer: BHLDN | Rentals: Pleasanton Rentals | Accessories: Party Crush Studio | Venue: Lola Creative | Cake Designer: Natalie Tereshchenko | Hair & Makeup Artist: Camille Goldston | Dance Direction: Bows and Tulle | Assistant: Jennifer Sutton