Photography by KRISTA A. JONES PHOTOGRAPHY Photography by Sydney Piercey
Outdoor weddings in the summer call for finding clever ways to ward off the heat. Set out a platter of frozen treats to keep guests happy and cool.
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Photography by MICHAEL WILTBANK | Styled By Kate Berry Photo Courtesy of Victoria Hellum
Finding florals to complement a set color scheme or aesthetic can prove to be tricky. The fix? Spray-painting filler greens and eucalyptus leaves to achieve a palette of your choosing—find out how here.
Photography by AARON AND JILLIAN PHOTOGRAPHY VIA STYLE ME PRETTY Photography by Sydney Piercey
Ditch the ordinary place card holders in lieu of monstera leaves paired with personalized name cut-outs.
Photography by LUNA DE MARE PHOTOGRAPHY | HAUTE CATERING & EVENTS Photography by Sydney Piercey
Limes used as mini taco holders? Genius. This is one fiesta we wouldn’t want to miss.
Photography by AMELIA TATNALL VIA PAPER & STITCH Photography by Sydney Piercey
Here’s to using the best and brightest of the produce available during the summer as an entirely edible centerpiece. We’re taking major cues from this unbelievable display from Paper & Stitch
Photography by GREEN WEDDING SHOES Photography by Sydney Piercey
Summer weddings and florals are essentially synonymous, and one couldn’t go without the other. Since hoop bouquets are all the rage this year, we’re sincerely partial to this silk flower take on the traditional arrangement.
Photography by HEATHER PAYNE PHOTOGRAPHY VIA ONCE WED Photography by Sydney Piercey
Heather Payne’s DIY concrete candles exude pure elegance with a bold flair. Pair the look with leafy greens (pictured here, eucalyptus) to maximize the effect of both.
Photography by GREGORY ROSS VIA GREEN WEDDING SHOES Photography by MICHAEL J LEE
We’re swooning over the spectrum of sweet pink shades in this DIY. Take note from this charming arrangement and reserve a string of ribbon for the bridal bouquet.
Photography by CARLEY RUDD PHOTOGRAPHY VIA ANNE SAGE Photography by Sydney Piercey
Wylie West Creative‘s floral installation is all sorts of inspiring. Fasten a trio of hoops over the dining table, and string along lengthy filler greens around the ring. Use floral tape or wire to disguise the stems.
Photography by Michael Wiltbank Photography courtesy of Sydney Piercey
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