If there’s a perfect word to describe today’s bridal inspiration shoot from Abigail Malone and Design Studio South it would be the simple but effective word: cool. This Aztec-inspired editorial has such a fresh and trendy look with so many unique touches – what’s so marvelous is that they are combined in the perfect of ways!
There are so many details to look for and marvel at starting with the cactus and desert style flowers paired with the vintage, conservative wedding dress. It’s such a unique theme!
From there, soak in the circular motif seen via the peacock chair and semi-circle of blooms around the base of it. The bride’s bohemian headpiece adds to it all as well especially against the macramé wedding ceremony backdrop. To balance to the rounded details there are also geometric touches via the hanging plants and air plant filled ring box.
This unique color palette pulls from softer feminine tones and runs the range of them so you see blush pink and neon – it’s such a fabulous look! The linen has the female gender symbol on it, lending a certain sense of ‘girl power’ to the entire bridal inspiration shoot and one of the best parts of all – since this was styled in a studio, the look is achievable no matter where you live!
Photography: Abigail Malone // Styling: Design Studio South // Florist: Colonial House of Flowers // Dress: Ti Adora // Cake: The Happy Bloom // Paper: Emelyn Letters // Ring: Trumpet & Horn // Rimg Box: The Mrs. Box & West Elm // Décor: Urban Outfitters // Accessories: Jaxie // Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Haley Ann // Bridal Boutique: Ivory & Beau // Venue: Studio Share Savannah.