Light boho airiness with a bit of flare is the perfect way to describe this styled Georgia wedding shoot. Coming together at the intersection where boho meets glam, this shoot focused on the vividly colorful side of a bohemian look instead of the more commonly used earth tones.
A geometric structure set the stage as the ceremony backdrop in front of the venue’s industrial window that poured natural light into the space. The triangular arch was topped with a vibrant array of flowers in deep reds, light pinks and bold purples with low-hanging pampas grass dripping down from the floral arrangement.
The groom sported a bolo tie that gave off an edgy vibe alongside his maroon suit, bringing out the color in the bride’s tattoos and perfectly matching her lip color. The couple’s fashion was just one of the infusions of color throughout the wedding scene. A large bouquet was a compilation of flowers matching those that hung from the arch, complementing each other perfectly as well as the boutonniere.
Carrying over into the reception décor, the floral choices covered most of the sweetheart table, creating a stunning juxtaposition with the gold tablecloth and dark green brick wall of the venue. The table was set with linens in a shade of deep red that complemented not only the floral selection, but the groom’s attire as well.
Flowers once again set the scene at this styled shoot, bringing the cake into the cohesive floral color palette. A two-tier cake with a pale pink and white birch-like exterior sat on a metallic cake stand surrounded with a wreath of flowers at the base of the cake making it almost too pretty to eat.