inky blues, wood tones, and metallics

From Photographer Justina Bilodeau “We played with shades of inky blues accented by wood tones and metallics, and brought in some really unique pieces (think textured ceramics and a gigantic floral painting for our mantlepiece) by talented artisans to help round out our aesthetic.”

Navy blue taper candles and anemone centerpiece | Justina Bilodeau Blue embroidered wedding invitation design | Justina Bilodeau Blue embroidered dress from Anthropologie | Justina Bilodeau Modern flower painting | Justina Bilodeau Hammered gold cutlery | Justina Bilodeau Embroidered Anthropologie dress | Justina Bilodeau Maine pottery | Justina Bilodeau Navy embroidered maxi dress | Justina Bilodeau Embroidered style wedding invitations | Justina Bilodeau

“Michelle (florals + styling) made our candlestick holders herself (we were on the hunt for funky gold-toned holders but had a hard tome finding the right shapes, so she purchased glass ones, glued them together, and painted them gold). To top it all off, we threw in a too-cool-for-school embroidered gown from Anthropologie that cannot be passed up!”

Centerpieces with fern and white rose | Justina Bilodeau Gold painted wedding cake | Justina Bilodeau Navy blue wedding reception | Justina Bilodeau Anemone bridal bouquet | Justina Bilodeau Blue embroidered style wedding invitation suite | Justina Bilodeau Hand painted wedding ceremony backdrop | Justina Bilodeau Navy linen | Justina Bilodeau Anemone and fern floral centerpiece | Justina Bilodeau Anthropologie dress with embroidery | Justina Bilodeau

See another beautiful shoot (with must-see jewel tones) from Justina Bilodeau here and one featuring an insanely gorgeous wedding dress here!


Photography: Justina Bilodeau // Styling & Florals: Minka //  Floral Painting: Megan Carty // Ceramics: North Star Pottery // Linen: Lost in Linen // Cake: Let Them Eat Cake // Gown: Anthropologie // Headpieces: All About Romance // Hair & Makeup: Janeen Jones // Venue: The Velveteen Habit in Maine.

About Sara Burnett

Editor of Burnett's Boards, which she founded to showcase global creativity in the wedding industry. Sara currently lives out of a suitcase while island hopping the Caribbean and beyond. Learn More // Follow on Instagram.