Rustic watercolor wedding inspiration
We love when an event comes off as beautifully simple, and yet is filled to the brim with small, stunning details. For today’s watercolor wedding editorial, event designer Mona of Birds & Honey portrayed a couple who wanted an organic wedding that celebrated their romance without all the bells and whistles. Simple as that.
Thanks to Maria Lamb for sharing these photos with us today!
Isn’t this Claire Pettibone gown divine?
The team combined paired mismatched chairs + glassware with a custom wood table for an organic feel. Anna Mara Flowers then whipped up the prettiest tablescape to continue the earthy vibes.
Their color palette: whites, ivories, subtle hints of blue and burgundy with an abundance of greenery
Mona says, For the overall feel of this editorial my motto was “embrace simplicity”. Time and time again, the most transparent vision is often times the most simple.
Just when you thought this scene couldn’t get any more romantic. In love with that woodland Northwest backdrop…
Amazing work, everyone!
Photographer: Maria Lamb / Location: Sauvie Island, Portland, OR / Planning, Design, & Creative Direction: Birds & Honey / Floral Design: Anna Mara Flowers / Hair & Makeup: Alea Purseley / Stationery Design: Jenny Sanders of Graceline / Cake: Seri Lopez of Serious Cake / Décor & Furniture: Something Borrowed PDX / Bridal Gown: Claire Pettibone from Ania Bridal / Models: Adam Williams and Aja Wald of Option Model Management