Mulberry floral tones for a Spring Wedding
Spring wedding palette ideas don't always have to consist of light pastels and this inspiration from Fine Art Curation fave Lacy Geary with florist Wild Fleurette and photographers Michael and Carina Bethea show off some incredibly moody Mulberry and dusky colors that I would LOVE to see more of in weddings! Read on for Wild Fleurette's advice about utilizing seasonality with your flower choices...
From Wild Fleurette: “We designed this shoot as inspiration for the modern Spring bride who wants floral designs composed of the most gorgeous seasonal flowers and gathered foliage. The floral designs by Lynn of Wild Fleurette, highlighted the natural movement of the flowers for a look that’s organic and beautiful. Foraging for local greenery and flowers whenever possible, to pull in the surrounding environment, is something that Lynn tries to incorporate in all of her pieces. The idea behind this rebrand shoot was to showcase these aspects of her design aesthetic and allow the most gorgeous Spring flowers and gathered foliage to shine. We decided on a fresh and minimalist approach for the rest of the design details, choosing the light and airy white walls of the Paisley and Jade studio and simple details for the tablescapes. All of the elements of the design were so thoughtfully curated by stylist Lacy Geary and beautifully captured by Michael and Carina Photography; we are overjoyed with the results. We particularly love that deeper rich color palette provides an earthy contrast to the typical bright blooms often seen in Spring weddings."
BURGUNDY, MULBERRY & DUSKY PINK WEDDING FLOWERS
DUSKY PINK FLORALS WITH HELLEBORES
WHITE ROSES, RANUNCULUS AND DAFFODIL WEDDING FLOWERS
Photographer: Michael and Carina Bethea | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Stylist / Planner: Lacy Geary | Floral Designer: Wild Fleurette | Dress Designer: Free People | Rentals & Venue: Paisley & Jade | Hair & Make-up Artist: Anna Breeding