As evidenced by yesterday’s tropical floral installation, we’ve got no shortage of creative backdrops to inspire your ceremony design around here. Taking a cue from both vintage and modern weddings, Maria Bryzhko and Four Leaf Event took to the woods to reimagine 70s hippie culture with the colors + trends we’re seeing in 2018. Think big blooms and macrame everything:
All these peachy pinks… Have we gushed over this color palette enough yet this year? SIGNORELLI art & flower craft was behind the epic floral arrangements you’ll see throughout.
They tied the forest setting into their theme with natural moss on the tablescape. There’s also Italian confetti sprinkled throughout—glazed candies made of chocolate and almonds.
The wedding cake by Mami Louise was made of five different layers in a delicate pastel palette and adorned with a sugar flower wreath + wooden and braided accents.
Hi pup! These handmade dreamcatchers serve as unique guest favors.
All of the macrame pieces that add to this free-spirited wedding were handcrafted by Italian artist shambaloo.
Click through to peep the rest of this macrame-inspired shoot:
Check out the talents below for everyone that contributed to this whimsical woodland wedding…
Photography: Maria Bryzhko / Event Design: Four Leaf Event / Florals: SIGNORELLI art & flower craft / Hair & Makeup: Lina Pagano / Cake: Mami Louise / Handmade Macrame: shambaloo / Furniture Rentals: ELE Light / Wedding Dress: Talea Couture by La Nuova Sartoria / Groom’s Attire: LANIERI