Traditional Spanish wedding inspiration
All the unique spring color schemes popping up lately sure are impressive, don’t you think? (Yesterday’s modern Mexican ideas + these bohemian bouquets come to mind.) These black dresses Jessica Burke + Twigss Floral Studio decided on to channel traditional Spanish vibes definitely lend themselves to many accent color ideas, but once we saw the colors in the big bouquet Twigss whipped up, we knew they’d chosen an impeccable palette.
Addison of Twigss says, We did quite a bit of research on Spanish wedding traditions to make sure the shoot felt very true to the Spanish wedding culture. We are very interested in different cultures wedding traditions so this was a fun one for us. An old traditional Spanish wedding custom is for the bride to wear a black wedding gown which for a Catholic bride meant that she was committed to her marriage till death due them part.
We also knew we wanted to incorporate a mantilla and peineta which are a floor length veil and large ornate comb for a really stunning and different beauty look. We used blooms that had pops of bright color to reflect the vibrant Spanish culture and chose to use a neutral and natural palette for the table settings.
Majorly feelin’ the chairs Seventh Heaven Vintage provided for the occasion.
Of course, these photos could be inspiration for so many locations and seasons too.
Thanks to Jessica Burke + the team below for sharing their work with us.
Photographer: Jessica Burke / Location: Holman Ranch / Florist: Twigss Floral Studio / Workshop: Fullosophie’s Style Fete hosted with Jessica Burke + Twigss / Hair & Makeup: Katie Nash Beauty / Calligraphy: Bianca Mascorro / Catering: Wanderlust Catering / Vintage Rentals: Seventh Heaven Vintage / Linens: La Tavola / Ribbon: Silk & Willow / Welcome Box: Maika, Etta and Billie, & Union Street Paperie / Film Lab: Little Film Lab / Hair Comb & Ring: Cottage Jewel / Dresses: Sarah Seven & Stone Fox Bride from Loho Bride / Model: Veronica of Scout Model Agency