Lavender Hued Southern California Wedding Dripping

If you are looking for a contemporary touch of a blush color palette and feel quirky and feminine at the same time, then lavender is here to save the day! The Southern California wedding provider has created a stunning outdoor wedding rich in elegance and dried flowers in heavenly lavender tones. This fresh, romantic look, planned by the modern party, is full of thoughtful details, and the florist offers an affordable way to preserve your bridal bouquet. Overall, we are totally thrilled with Mirelle Carmichael’s dream photos that capture the majesty of this wedding design.

From the planner, the Modern Party: Southern California is the perfect place to host an outdoor wedding all year round, so why not host a dreamy winter wedding along the beautiful California coast? This stately design is aimed at keeping things soft, feminine and whimsical, while presenting new trends, winter white and playful colors. Saturated red was exchanged for lavender, and traditional fresh flowers were exchanged for dried ones to create a truly innovative and original winter editorial. Marissa teamed up with a talented roster of local vendors along with the Modern Party to bring her vision to life, while filmmaker and digital photographer Mirelle Carmichael elegantly captured all of this.

With stunning ocean views, green vineyards and gorgeous outdoor spaces, nothing represents the beauty of California better than Catalina View Gardens. Located in Rancho Palos Verdes, Catalina View Gardens is a versatile outdoor gathering place with a range of reception facilities for the ultimate outdoor dining experience.

Color palettes and wedding flowers are traditionally feminine and romantic, so it was important to keep these elements and at the same time change things a little to create a fun and fresh winter look. Lily from Olive & Blooms used her floral magic to create just that, sharing what inspired her vision: “For the bride who wants to stand out, this palette of lilac, lavender and shades of white and ivory is so fun, but elegant and ethereal. Who says that being unique and courageous can’t be romantic and timeless?! I chose dried flowers mainly because brides often ask me how to store their bouquets.

Storing bouquets, although possible, can be a rather expensive process. With mostly dry flowers, brides can store and display their bouquets without breaking the bank!”

Designing a romantic and inviting dining table is all about superimposing different textures and elements. Marissa wanted to make sure things stay stylish and modern, while using a mix of textures and finishes to create a cool, wintery atmosphere: “For me, nothing screams winter like velvet, but instead of using the widely used flat velvet, I wanted to bring something with more shine and texture, reminiscent of the cool winter months.”

Model Monica rocked the veil with the beautiful tiara with wild petals and the whimsical wedding dress by Willow by Watters, which could be found at Mariposa Bridal. Karlee from Karlee Makeup and Meghan with Meghan Valerie Hair created a beautiful and feminine bridal look.

The detailed manual calligraphy by Robert Pansacula, which is used in stationery, signage and room maps, adds a touch of romance and elegance to the overall picture. “The soft colors of lavender and blush, coupled with a touch of golden text and vine illustrations, were inspired by the color palette, table decoration and the beautiful plonk landscape. This paired with the white accents in flower arrangements and various accessories of the same color. The use of soft, handmade paper with decorated edges gave the invitation suite a soft look. And a touch of navy blue calligraphy, which was distinguished by the red and gold text.”

The beauty of Southern California and this lavender color scheme are a match on the wedding sky! We love this new version of a lavender colored wedding and if you are looking for beautiful color palettes, how about this bold red and pink wedding in Australia?

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