Check Summer Garden Wedding Inspiration Pops of Orange

Today’s wedding inspiration strike has it all!! A beautiful bride in such a boho floral headdress-delicious, a table that puts sweetness in darling, a Palette dotted with spicy oranges that make it perfect for these last summer days, and not one, but three delicious and glorious cakes – I am absolutely passionate about the square!

Please greet the Lady behind the lens of these photos, the beautiful Sierra from Ceecee Photo * Design, who is here to present her magnificent bohemian Vision…..

“My design inspiration for this strike came from the fake flowers. I dreamed of a floral headdress with a certain height. I wanted things to be nervous but charming. Bohemian, but also elegant. The result was an elegant bridal photo strike in a bohemian-Fine-Art style with Vintage elements mixed with modern touches.

For our color palette, we mixed delicate summer pink pastels with orange marigolds for a touch of modern dynamism.

Our bride wore a plain white dress decorated with a lace overlay and complemented by a bow on the back.

The Sweet Heart table incorporated a vintage decor with golden accents, an elaborate floral centerpiece in the middle of freshly cut peaches and oranges. Personalized and numbered place markers by hand, written on red-tinted sea glass cups. “

Don’t you just love him?? This square cake is so simple but so awesome! A big thank you to the wonderful creative team that brought this beautiful Vision to life, and in particular to the photographer from Sierra Ceecee Foto * Design who captured it so perfectly – and that I can share it with you here. If you like Sierra’s style of photography and want to see more of her work, stop by and take a look at her website at www.ceeceephotodesign.com Facebook Instagram. facebook Instagram Instagram Facebook facebook Instagram Instagram and Instagram are the best ways to find her and follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

And for more floral and fruity inspiration, take a look at this vibrant yet romantic wedding inspiration taken at the Great Marsh Estate and this colorful citrus-style photo strike taken at The Dallas Arboretum.

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