How To Incorporate Bold Florals into a Fall Wedding
We're so excited for Fall! The cooler air, foliage turning brown and auburn colors and a pumpkin spiced latte in hand... I mean, we've practically got the cable knits out! Today we're so excited to be sharing with you a gorgeous Dallas wedding inspiration from film photographer Allen Tsai planned by Saunter Weddings that so perfectly incorporated more bolder tones of Fall into the decor. With a stunning floral arch and tablescape arrangements from Moss Florals along with a moody color palette it's done the trick for brides looking for a brighter take on Fall. Just head on down the page to enjoy the beauty including one heck of a wedding stationery suite by Fine Art Curation member Elsa Madeline Design....
From Saunter Weddings: "Enamored by Spring in Italy, the prettiest soft sage room was filled to the brim with romantic refined inspiration. We brought in an array of colors featuring buttery yellow, deep maroon and slate blue. The long estate table mixed classic crystal elements with ceramics vessels for a balanced contrast in textures. The brown bud vases showed a unique take on the glass traditional glass options. This overcasting nestled floral installation fused a variety of spring flowers with year round dripping oriental lilies. These show-stopping lilies are not easily wilted and have long strong stems perfect for floral statement and suspension pieces.
The cascading blooms stationery suite featured gold foil and embossed impressions with stunning imagery home to Italy. Natural light poured in every room and gave an ethereal luminescence to this blush Galia Lahav gown. From the European architecture to the beautiful curated details, we loved every inch of this day and the collaborative team that created it."
Photographer: Allen Tsai | Film Lab: Goodman Film Lab | Stylist / Planner: Saunter Weddings | Floral Designer: Moss Florals | Dress Designer: Galia Lahav | Rentals: Top Tier Event Rentals | Venue: The Mason Dallas | Hair & Make-up Artist: Q the MUA | Bridal gown boutique: Stanley Korshak Bridal | Stationery: Elsa Madeline Design | Linens: Nuage Designs