A styled shoot at the St. Paul College Club highlights the hidden advantages of a smaller wedding.
Soft & Delicate at Willow Brooke Farm
The rich, bold autumnal colors of Burgundy and Mustard were the key inspiration for Amy at Amy's Cherished Events and Candace from 651 Studio Floral for this wedding look. To add softness and a romantic touch, blush accents were also incorporated in décor and florals. With weddings turning to more bold colors this autumn season, brides are also starting to incorporate color into tablescapes without relying on greenery, and instead are using pampas grasses and rich florals. 651 Studio Floral predicts the next big trend to be floral runners as table décor, which you can see in the head table of this look. Bridesmaid florals doubles as head table decor, which also adds a pop of color to the muted pampas grass and barnwood tables.
The full-circle pampas grass arch, envisioned and created by 651 Studio Floral, encompasses our current autumnal season. They also designed the double hexagon arch that accompanied the dessert table, adding dimension and bold lines to the space. Arches are massively popular right now in the wedding décor category, and the two arches featured here are just two examples of how to incorporate a unique arch. The vision was to create unique and bold elements to complement the clean lines and soft feel of Willow Brooke Farm. Vintage glasses and tableware were also used to add a colorful, textural and delicate touch.