This post is long overdue. Sit back and let's take a look back at an outdoor wedding inspiration shoot we did at Casa Lantana that was featured on Ruffled Blog. For those of you planning a garden or outdoor wedding, I hope you find inspiration for your special day and see new possibilities for making your natural surroundings a unique part of your celebration. I'm beyond grateful to have worked with an amazing team of wedding vendors who poured their hearts into this shoot and made it a beautiful experience. Thank you!
Veil and Couture Hat:: Monstruosite By Dolly Donshey
Hair and Makeup:: Michele Renee The Studio
Floral:: Hannah's Floral & Events
China Rentals:: The Tea Party Company
Jewelry:: Continental Wholesale Diamonds
Food:: Olympia Catering & Events
Cake:: Chantilly Cakes
Cake Pops and Cookies:: Cake Pops By Lu
Linens:: Over The Top Rental Linens
Models:: Julia Lombardo, Joe Lopez
Flowers can elevate the look of a fountain and transform it into a beautiful welcome point for guests. With little effort, these kinds of details create a lovely atmosphere.
How pretty is this sweetheart table decked out with wispy ferns and moss?
I love how the food station was styled with drapey leaves, greens and flowers to blend in with the setting.
Chunks of bark were used to denote the food items; such a brilliant way to take cues from the organic backdrop!
Guests are definitely going to do a double take when they see a wedding cake suspended from a tree!
This floral swing not only adds a touch of whimsy and romance, but it makes for a beautiful setting for portraits. The idea here is to plan for opportunities to create a lovely photo moment and take advantage of your venue's best features instead of just hoping to stumble onto something nice on your wedding day.
When you view the outdoor surroundings as a room to live in, you can create reception lounge that's fun and unique.