Wedding Planner Walks us Through an Authentic Multicultural Fusion Design
by Brynlee Handy March 24
Adding some multicultural fusion is the most authentic way to stylistically blend cultures on the big day, and this neutral wedding designed and styled by Chancey Charm Weddings combines all the best parts of Mexican, Scots-Jewish, and traditional western wedding elements for an overall breathtaking occasion. Thoughtful décor touches and beautiful bridal glam styled by Adorne Artistry give it all the polished look you see below. Letting us in the know of just how to create a wedding filled with as much multicultural fusion as this one, Chancey Charm Weddings guides us in a full wedding walkthrough, covering the couple’s original ideas and just how they translated into the stunning celebration you see below! Read on for all the details and how this multicultural fusion wedding came about.
Photos // The Silhouette Studio
The Inspiration | Multicultural Fusion
From Chancey Charm Weddings: “Don’t be afraid to reconsider a traditional element through the lens of a new color palette — white, black, forest green, taupes, warm grays and gold, as a way to bring all these varied elements together in a cohesive and beautiful way. Think about the components of each individual element and be inspired by the joining of two into one.”
How to Blend Cultures
“For their multicultural celebration, Aaron and Brenda wanted to create a comfortable atmosphere that blended their heritages in a cohesive and gracious way. The infused staple Mexican details like the designs on papel picados and the exotic flavors of Mexican chocolate with Scots-Jewish influences, like a ‘wow-worthy’ chuppah. Bartenders from Saks Fifth Avenue created unique, specialty cocktails and the display of the shot cart was too cute!”
A Neutral Color Palette
“Neutral touches were all about as the bride is a ceramicist and made the white vases used at the wedding. Though many Mexican design details are colorful and vibrant, don’t be afraid to reconsider a traditional element through the lens of a new color palette as a way to bring all these varied elements together in a cohesive and beautiful way.”
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