Whimsical is one of those descriptions I hear often and it can mean a few different things when speaking about weddings. Here, at The Livery, whimsical leans more towards the boho side. Blending modern touches with rustic, historic surroundings, the inspiration was almost overwhelming.
As seen in Kentucky Bride Magazine
The Whimsical Details
Lunaria is a subtle plant. It tends to glow with its more transparent nature and yet still appears to be extremely delicate. To incorporate this subtle shine into all the paper pieces, I backed the soft, cotton deckle edge paper with a neutral metallic paper. I opted for copper to add a deep earth tone to the color palette, incorporating it with spot calligraphy throughout. I even added some copper leaf to the wax seal on the mailing envelope. Custom vow books for both him and her with spot copper calligraphy and copper twine allowed for a more personal touch overall.
Capiz shells lend themselves beautifully to compliment lunaria. With that same subtle sheen and delicate nature, it only seemed fitting to incorporate the shells into the details.
Planning, Design & Styling: The Gifford Collective | Photography: Kathryn Frugé Photography | Venue: The Livery | Floral Design: Roots Floral Design | Paper Goods & Calligraphy: Five Dot Design | Hair/Makeup: Shelbi Lawhorn | Bridal Gown Designer: Tara Latour | Bridal Gown Boutique: L’atelier Couture Nashville | Suit: Generation Tux | Rentals: Bryant’s Rent All