When you say I do – it’s going to be a moment that is all about you two and the décor and styling of your wedding ceremony should reflect your sentiments and vibe as a couple. Whether you and your beau are modern, romantic, fun, or all of the above, there’s a backdrop design to make sure that you two are the center of attention, in all the right ways!
Yesterday we had an epic shoot here on the blog from Chelsey Boatwright Photography at Social House in Florida and today we’re taking a peek at how the team from the shoot styled the wedding ceremony venue: 1 room, 3 ways. It’s so interesting to see how the vibe shifts with the décor elements!
This first look is the one we say yesterday in the editorial (see it here). The vines on the wall are a chic and modern way to bring a little bit of the outdoors – in! It’s an organic, natural look that is on trend and perfectly stunning against a white backdrop like this brick wall at Social House.
To further frame the couple, candles and petals provide a base on the floor, which also creates a more three-dimensional look.
This second wedding ceremony look REALLY makes you both front and center, but it a totally chic way. A grouping of palms (previously seen above the bar cart in yesterday’s wedding inspiration shoot) hang from the ceiling to give a focal point to the room. Rows of chairs are on either side of where the bride and groom would stand, which makes the most of an intimate space!
The taper candles are an elegant and old world touch, combining charm and glamour with the more modern atheistic of the palm fronds and minimalist room.
The final look is both modern and romantic! Nothing says romance quite like candlelight and it the glowing backdrop of various sized candles along a modern bookshelf couldn’t be prettier for the big moment of saying I do & your first kiss as a married couple!
Photography: Chelsey Boatwright Photography // Floral Design: Julia Rhode // Venue: Social House in Lake Worth, Florida // Vintage Rentals: Port + Palm Co. // Calligraphy: Carla Hagan Designs // Videography: Key Moment Films // Dress: Wildeflower Boutique // Bridal Jewelry: Alexandra Gioia // Hair & Makeup: Shirley Baptista.