Romantic fairytale editorial with pastel spring blooms
Today we're bringing you whimsical fairytale wedding vibes in a stunning Tudor-revival style museum, featuring a soft spring palette, ethereal Claire Pettibone gown and the prettiest seasonal blooms. This editorial was created by a team of creative wedding suppliers, including David Abel photography, Elle Loren & Co. and Wild Fleurette.
The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design Museum in Richmond, Virginia, was selected as the venue for its old world atmosphere. The floral design was inspired by the fairytale details of the Claire Pettibone gown - the ethereal sleeves, hint of sparkle and detailed floral and butterfly embroidery. Delicate flowers and butterflies also adorn the stunning stationery, designed by Papier Handmade.
Wild Fleurette chose soft spring blooms, including bicolor white and lavender anemones that seem as if they’ve been painted with watercolor, as well as ranunculus, sweet peas that seem to dance throughout the arrangements, clematis, jasmine vine and fritillaria in a color palette of blush pink, lavender, white, cream, and pale blue. An installation of greenery was created to give the effect of old castle being reclaimed by the forest with vines and trees growing within the walls.
The feeling of fairytale romance continues in all the details, from the lace effect dinner plates to the delicate floral stationery. Scroll on and get ready to pin all the soft and dreamy romantic inspiration.
Photographer: David Abel | Film Lab: Richard Photo Lab | Stylist / Planner: Elle Loren & Co. | Floral Designer: Wild Fleurette | Dress Designer: Claire Pettibone | Rentals: Rent Equip | Venue: The Branch Museum | Cake Designer: Louisa’s Homemades | Hair & Make-up Artist: Avenue 42 Salon | Model: Kathleen Heily | Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes | Table top decor:The Collection by Courtney Inghram | Earrings: Lindsay Marie Design | Paper goods: Papier Handmade | Ring: Diamonds Direct