Pantone 2017 Color of the Year: Greenery wedding inspiration
We’ve been fawning over green + white wedding ideas all year, and it sure keeps getting better and better. But this shoot in particular focuses on one hue alone: Pantone’s Color of The Year, Greenery. And have you ever thought of dreaming up a green wedding in the desert? That’s what Events By Robin ran with, featuring florals from The Bloom Of Time over at The Ruin Venue in Joshua Tree. It’s pretty spectacular, as you’ll see in these images by Studio 28 Photo:
K, greenery ceremony hoops are our new obsession. It was full of eucalyptus, vines, and air plants.
Set against the desert backdrop, the goal was to inspire a wedding that was light, airy and feminine. Design Visage did an amazing job at keeping our bride looking natural and fresh. She wore a Wtoo by Watters Gown that was full of movement, and the groom choose a classic grey suit from Friar Tux.
Copper is such a perfect choice with the warm colors of the venue, in our opinions.
Sundrop Vintage Rentals added the prefect drinkware and table settings creating rich layers of emerald tones, and subtle pops of green. Darla Marie Designs showcased a watercolor invite with perfectly accented menu cards and place cards. Further highlighting the color palette that was weaved throughout the day, each menu and place setting was accented with a mini air plant atop the napkin.
Desert inspired sweets a la Plumeria Cake Studios, yes please.
Desert elegance, rustic charm, and striking color. Kudos to the team below on pulling it all off!
Photography: Studio 28 Photo / Venue: The Ruin Venue / Planning & Styling: Events By Robin / Florals: The Bloom Of Time / Hair & Makeup: Design Visage / Paper: Darla Marie Designs / Desserts: Plumeria Cake Studios / Rentals: Baker Party Rentals / Vintage Rentals: Sundrop Vintage / Bridal Gown: Wtoo by Watters Gown from Ferndales Bridal / Groom’s Attire: Friar Tux