A Traditional Winter Color Palette with a Non-Traditional Garden Style Feel
by Sara Haugland November 8
Some traditions are meant to be kept, while others are meant to be elevated over time – it’s safe to say this winter color palette inspo is the perfect mix of both! Showcasing the traditional high contrast color palette of emerald green, deep berry red and stark black and white, this weddingscape truly gets its unique abundant garden style feel from the gorgeous blooms by Event by OVA. Peonies, ranunculus and both garden and standard roses adorn this tablescape, as well as perfectly curated place settings from Bering’s that bring in the warm, romantic feels brought on by the holidays in crisp details. Striking in a bold red lip, our bride embodies the classic winter bridal look – with face-framing curls and moody makeup look from Pearl & Co. Artistry complimenting all too-well her stunning gown from Belle Âme Bridal with snow drift-esque elements. Combining every unique and traditional detail of this editorial into one, Alchemy Bake Lab‘s three-tiered cake is truly unlike anything we’ve ever seen before in the best way possible. The all-white setting of The Creative Chateau and the bright photography style of Erika Geier Photography resulted in a flawlessly captured scene that has us endlessly scrolling! You don’t want to miss all of the details featured below as well as reading Event by Ova‘s inspiration for this wintery shoot. Cheers!
Photo // Erika Geier Photography
From Nanan with Event by OVA: “I love to come back to the traditional side of the winter season – high contrast with emerald green, holly berry red, and stark black and white. I love the overall setup and had a little crush on the abundant garden style of the tablescape. The blooms that are the most present in the design are Peonies, Garden roses, Standard roses and Ranunculus. I also added some structural elements like Japanese spirea to add some interest. I was always inspired first by the color palette – red in the winter feels warm and abundant – and this is what I tried to reproduce in a romantic, not traditional way, creating a garden feel that will carry the warm and abundant love of the Christmas season.”