They used a monochrome color palette with pops of copper for warmth, then layered wool and wrapped twig place settings for texture + depth. All of the details contrasted with the clean lines with the The Byre at Inchyra’s rustic surroundings.
Lisa of Floral Menagerie says, Although generally viewed as the supporting cast in a floral arrangement, foliage can be used to create all kinds of texture and drama and that’s why I love it. The vision featured lots of beautiful contrasts and I wanted the florals to add to the softness and for the suspended wreaths of flowing winter foliage to bring a warmth to the table.
Okay guys, ready for something seriously sweet?
From Lemonbox Studios: The concept for our hot chocolate bar was to give guests a warming welcome drink, complete with a rum kick to warm them up on a frosty wedding day. The vintage spoons were filled with chocolate for melting into warm milk by the cake geniuses that are bakery47, who also provided a whole host of delicious sweet delights including cinnamon curls, delicate macarons, rochers and amaretti to fill the table.
Those chocolate spoons… Genius is right!
Don’t you love how warm yet bright everything here seems?
Thanks to the talents below for sharing this cozy editorial today!
Photographer: Tandem Photo / Venue: The Byre at Inchyra, Perthshire, Scotland / Styling, Design, & Production: Lemonbox Studios Ltd. / Florals: Floral Menagerie / Stationery: Eleven Eighty / Cake & Baked Goods: bakery47