This Intimate Wedding Shows Sentiment and Intention
One major benefit of a smaller guest count? More of your budget spent on the smaller details to make them really stand out. Today's stunning wedding inspiration will make you want to splurge in the floral department after laying eyes on this gorgeous day planned by Haroun Events. In an Earthy palette of rusts and greens, the jaw-dropping arbor is one you won't soon forget. Later, your nearest and dearest could dine on the clifftops at an elegant long table dripping in foliage. Can't wait to pin every image from this day?! Keep scrolling for the images captured to perfection on film by Fine Art Curation member My Sun and Stars Co!
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From Haroun Events: "With or without Covid-19 taking a toll on weddings, a couple can feel insecure about how to entertain their small guest list. With a lot of heart and an attention to detail, an intimate wedding can feel very special. When discussing the invitation suite with Nicolette of Isidore & Augustine, it was important to foreshadow just how important each guest was to this celebration. An embossed leather invite card, enclosed in a floral pattern box envelope was a winning combination for this suite. A trifold details card presented everything our guests needed to know about the evening. The debate about whether or not to do favors is one that will never be settled. It is my belief that, if there is a budget for the favor to be given enough thought then absolutely make it happen! Otherwise, the allocated money is most likely better invested elsewhere. With this 16 guest celebration, we knew we could make a statement. Taking similar elements from the invite suite, we created escort boxes that held a diptyque candle and a gold flame snuffer. Our florals represented a transition of seasons. Rich autumn and winter tones danced around spring colors throughout this concept. An unlikely combination of periwinkle and earthy browns continuously left eye catching moments at each corner of the venue. We love it when our couples get ready together! We’ve been seeing this quite often, and are now encouraging it for smaller weddings. Too often, we’ve heard that couples were uncomfortable on their wedding day up until they saw their partner. There is so much about tradition that can be tweaked to ensure that you love every moment of your wedding. The ceremony design stayed classic but was influenced by the whimsy and free spirited nature of our couple. A traditional arch silhouette was adorned with fresh blooms and lush aisle cap arrangements ushered our couple into their new lives together! Something we know to be a concern for couples is how they interact with their guests on such an intimate and special level whilst still being mindful of distance. A champagne tower is such a great solution, there is something so classic yet incredibly fun about toasting our couples in this way! I believe that intimate dinners are best served alfresco, especially when you’re gifted with the beautiful views of California’s rolling hills and dreamy sunsets! We created a harmonious tablescape using complementing patterns, luxurious centerpieces, and flickering candlelight. Acrylic chairs kept the design feeling ethereal and balanced."
Photographer: My Sun and Stars Co | Design / Styling / Florals: Haroun Events | Venue: Stone Mountain Estates | Stationery: Isidore & Augustine | Videographer: Anna Lord | Dress Designer: Claire Pettibone | Suit: Friar Tux | Silk Ribbons: Stella Wolfe | Rings: Trumpet and Horn | Hair & Make up: Page Beauty | Furniture Rentals: Adore Folklore | Tabletop Rentals: Catalog Atelier | Linens: La Tavola