I’m injecting some colour into the world today with these beautiful wedding styling ideas in yellow and peach tones. A soft colour palette of yellow and peach with accents of green looks amazing and would work so well for a spring or summer wedding.
The floral details together with a mix of fruit, particularly the lemons and peaches, provide such vibrancy and create a wonderfully happy vibe. These ideas are just perfect for couples looking to create a wedding full of fun and colour but with a romantic flair.
Flowers can create a real wow factor at a wedding, and these certainly do. I absolutely adore the bridal bouquets with the bright orange and yellow flowers which look amazing held against the yellow skirts of the bridesmaid dresses. The bouquet colours emulate the floral designs of the tablescape, where arrangements sit in the centre of the table surrounded by a delicately draped peach table runner and peaches. Talking of peaches, not only are they used for the table styling but they also form part of the fabulous arrangements beautifully hung on the aisle chairs.
It’s the finer details that make a big impact in this styling concept created by Slauer Events & Design. Everything from the tablescape to the drinks station, stationery set to the ceremony set up, is all so romantic.
I also have to say that the wedding cake is one of the prettiest I’ve seen this year. The plain white cake is delicately decorated with gorgeous little flower details which match the flowers embroidered into the lace of the bride’s stunning wedding dress.
Gosh, you really are in for a treat when you see these pictures, taken by The Happy Bloom…
Timeless and Chic
“Minimalism, whitewashed walls and neutral colour palettes are all the rage, but there is a small wave happening in the wedding world… colour. Couples are beginning to push the boundaries in a world of greenery and white rose bouquets.
“For this shoot we wanted to show couples that you can have a colourful wedding that is still timeless and chic. We kept white very much at the forefront of this shoot. White linens, a white cake and even white bridesmaid tops anchored the imagery in a safe, solid place. We let the flowers do all the talking! Andrea of Gray Harper Florals’ magical pieces were both whimsy and fresh, perfect for a spring wedding day in the South.” – Justin of The Happy Bloom
Fruit Inspired Colour Palette
“Justin and I wanted to create something both bright, fun, and personal, yet still refined, soft, and artful. It was definitely a challenge to walk that line, and I’m so proud of what our team produced. ‘Love in Bloom’ was certainly a labour of love!
“We started with a fruit inspired colour palette of lemon, apricot, peach, olive leaf, and neutral accents. I’m so glad we gave yellow a little love! Yellow is often overlooked for wedding colour palettes because it can become overwhelming. For that reason we used it sparingly, for the most part only featuring it via the floral arrangements and the bridesmaid skirts. A little yellow goes a long way!
“We wanted the look and feel of the day to express not only the couple’s personalities, but also the city’s. We imagined a couple from Texas coming down to Savannah to marry in front of their close friends and families. The bride and groom are a lovely match – she is fun loving and free-spirited, while he is quiet and thoughtful.
“From the ‘grab a drink and find your seat’ cocktail bar and customised welcome baskets, to the peach and honey infused cake, this wedding was full of joy, charm, and personal touches.” – Rachel Slauer, Slauer Events & Design
Photography: The Happy Bloom
Planning: Slauer Events & Design
Shoot Location: Ships of the Sea, Savannah, Georgia, USA
Flowers: Gray Harper
Ceremony Backdrop and Stationery: Lairsey Paper Co.
Catering: Current Catering
Cake: Vintage Soul Cakes
Wedding Dress: Bleubelle
Bride’s Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes
Bridesmaids’ Skirts and Tops: Morning Lavender
Suits: The Black Tux
Hair and Make-Up: Pampered & Pretty
Wedding Car: Lowcountry Valet
Welcome Box: A Signature Welcome
Ring: Trumpet & Horn
Watercolour Artist: Strokes of Sunshine