This pale mint + blush editorial defines spring 2019 wedding trends
Happy February, friends! Let’s talk spring wedding trends: We’re seeing pastels reimagined in a major way this year, from the coral + jade in this bridal editorial to this stained glass shoot from last month. It’s pretty clear that spring 2019 is all about pale pastels and soft earth tones. And we can’t say we’re not into it! So here’s another fresh example for ya: a mint + blush color story coming to us from Rachel of Daylynn Designs + Tiahna Lynn Photography. All the pale pastels paired with rose gold and seaside vibes are just too good and you’ll see why:
Rachel of Daylynn Designs mixed a Palm Springs vibe with their coastal setting through the prettiest pale mint + blush hues. She says, This intentional use of seafoam blue tied together both the natural hues of the ocean and the color of arid plants, like aloe and cacti, that are found in Palm Springs territory. Katie Murphy from Bloom 52. was also quickly inspired by this concept, and through the use of both sea urchins (coastal) and air plants (desert), the decorative elements of the floral concept quickly came full circle. The unexpected use of exotic flowers paired with dried elements and the freshest rose blooms created an effortless interest through both color palette and texture.
Smitten with these paper elements Riddy Quinney of Ridgely Calligraphy dreamt up for their seaside setting.
Rose gold is a pretty magical accent tone for mint + blush, too, don’t you agree?
The unique linen design from PEAK Event Services, aptly named ‘stonewall seafoam’, took their coastal concept to the next level.
Layers of rose gold elements were used in a way that cast a rosy filter over the entire design: chargers, flatware and macaroons all showcased this metallic look. Yup, we said rose gold macarons—baked and glitzed by the talented I Need Sugar Therapy while Tiahna Lynn Photography captured all of these details during the rosiest of golden hours.
Getting pretty excited for spring over here! See the rest of this seaside shoot in our gallery below:
Thanks to the talented team below for inspiring us today…
Photography: Tiahna Lynn Photography / Venue: Madison Beach Hotel in Madison, Connecticut / Planning & Design: Daylynn Designs / Florist: Bloom 52 / Stationery: Riddy Quinney of Ridgely Calligraphy / Dessert: I Need Sugar Therapy / Rentals: Peak Event Services