If you're on the hunt for ideas that will take your wedding to next level romance, then this editorial at Ebell Los Angeles is about to become your number one. Feast your eyes on this whimsical soft pastel wedding romance that packs a punch of Spring fever with loads of texture. Coordination, design and floral of Burlap & Bordeaux quenches your thirst for all things color with unexpected combinations of muted blush, mauve, metallic and creamy neutrals. Immediately setting the theme of whimsical soft pastel wedding romance is Kelly Patrice with the loveliest hand painted invitation suite and calligraphy. Pore through image after pretty image captured by Teresa Marie Photography. A little warning though, the deletable treats displayed her are going to cause some drooling thanks to the talents of Cake Studio LA, Custom Cupcakes by Sarah and Roni's Sugar Creations.
Whimsical Soft Pastel Wedding Romance
At first glimpse this vision comes across sweet and traditional, yet as you take a closer look at all the details that have been careful considered there is a fun modern touch. With the use of varying, fresh spring color blended with soft pastel and loads of texture the scene is not only whimsical but romantic. Details from the hand painted macarons, mini donuts, and extravagant florals stand out immediately. The subtler use of the hammered copper chargers is a fun touch next to the creamy velvet linens. The bride's style is soft, delicate and feminine wearing not only a Kinsely James gown, but accessories. New to the bridesmaid scene is Kennedy Blue. Haven't heard of them? Then you must check out this designer who has made the shopping experience easier with their At Home Try-On program. You choose one or more bridesmaid dresses in your desired size and color, have them shipped to your home, try them on for style and fit, and order your favorites for the entire wedding party. How awesome is that? Of course, for this whimsical soft pastel wedding romance to really hit home, a gorgeous backdrop like the Ebell Los Angeles doesn't hurt either.