Wow! Looks like WeddingLovely’s editorial team couldn’t get enough of April’s gorgeous watercolor-inspired wedding submissions. From a fun, whimsical and vibrant invitation suite by one of our Certified Lovely Vendors to a hip and colorful styled shoot, we trust that you’ll fall in love with all things watercolor in this month’s editors’ picks.
Plus, how about a round of applause for that epic floral umbrella and gorgeous white reception with pops of color shared with us by two more of our Certified Lovely Vendors! Enjoy the full interviews, invitation suite and styled shoot below:
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Meet a Wedding Florist in Norfolk, VA: Vivid Expressions LLC
You’re not ordering flowers. When I hear someone say “ordering” I just envision shouting into a speaker at a drive thru. Your wedding designs should reflect everything about you and your wedding day experience and that means your designer should understand you. Your love story, your style, your preferences, your likes, your dislikes, and how the floral elements they create will work in the overall visual experience of your wedding. Your flowers should be as unique as you are and the best way to do that is to start your relationship with your florist as soon as possible so they can help you create custom solutions to fit your needs and desires.
Watercolor Floral Wedding Invitation by Brown Fox Creative (Dallas/Fort Worth, TX)
Zoe knew from the start she wanted florals in her invitation suite to convey her pink color scheme. We chose a soft blue for a different pop of color in the RSVP envelope. The final touch was modern gold calligraphy on the invitation envelopes and vintage stamps.
Meet a Wedding Planner in London, England: Isabel Smith Wedding Design
Before you spend a single penny on anything, make sure you have your priorities very clear. Your ceremony, venue, and catering must always come first but after that, book the things that mean the most to you (be that the band, the photography or the cake). There is nothing worse than rushing ahead and committing a ton of your budget early on and finding you have run out of money for the things you really want. If you have to compromise towards the end of the process on the things that didn’t matter to you so much anyway, then so be it.
Watercolor Themed Styled Shoot by Erin Johnson Photography (Minneapolis, MN)
This watercolor themed styled shoot took place at Pinstripes event center. From bowling and bocce ball to scenic views, this venue makes for the perfect place to host a wedding. The flowers were elequently displayed with their lively colors complimenting the watercolor theme.
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