It’s 50 shades of clay up in here! This terracotta wedding inspiration draws on desert tones of dusky pinks and muted browns, and is definitely one for the boho lovers!
Don’t yet have a clear idea of what your wedding will look like but you already know what you’ll be wearing? Your outfits can serve as the source of inspiration for your colour palette, just like this wedding dress did!
This concept doesn’t hold back on its use of flowers. Hit those tonal notes with floating clusters of tinted baby’s breath – a cost effective choice for a floral installation that adds whimsy, wonder and wow factor without the typical weight of large scale pieces.
And if the arch shaped anthurium has caught your eye, this tropical beauty’s earthy colours make an eye-catching addition to boho floral arrangements. Seen here in a merlot hue, it’s especially striking against a backdrop of feathery pampas grass.
The rule of three has come into play not only for the trio of wedding ceremony arches, but the cake display too! Curved shapes, corrugated textures and height variations make even the simplest displays more interesting on the eye.
Coloured candles is a wedding styling trend that we can’t see leaving reception tables any time soon! It’s such a simple way to add another dimension to your palette and an atmospheric glow.
If there’s a colour you want to include in your table decor that’s not readily available in fresh flowers, your napkins are the perfect means of introduction.
“Come for the love, stay for the party” is a great vibe to set for your guests with your wedding invitation. Don’t mind if we do!
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A romantic woodland wedding reception table setting features blush candles in vintage brass candlesticks and square glass candle holders, with low floral arrangements showcasing pale pink roses, dried foliage and purple blooms alongside a scattering of rose petals. The place setting is created using vintage crystal stemmed glassware, white and gold dipped cutlery tied with ribbon, and gathered white cheesecloth beneath gold rimmed white ceramic plateware. This is topped with a dusty orange linen napkin, dried flower posy, white menu card and burnt orange place card.
This wild boho wedding ceremony floral pillar features merlot anthurium, peach and lilac roses, pink chrysanthemum disbuds, sprays of purple stirlingia, pale pink ruscus, neutral pampas grass and dried foliage.
A cloud of spray painted baby’s breath in white, clay and terracotta tones is suspended above wedding reception tables.
A trio of terracotta and clay wedding ceremony arches in a desert landscape is decorated with neutral, peach, pink and white flowers. The bride wears a terracotta coloured wedding dress with bold lace detail and she holds a bouquet featuring a spray of blush and white flowers and trailing white ribbons. The groom wears a dark terracotta suit and tie with dusty orange shirt and brown leather shoes as he kisses his bride on the cheek.
A boho wedding invitation suite in shades of clay, dusty orange and pink terracotta. The invitation features a central coloured oval filled with a white 70s inspired font framed by a double lined border with diamonds in the corners. An accompanying card reads, “Come for the love, stay for the party.” A burnt orange hexagon velvet double ring box rests on top of the suite, which is surrounded by dusty orange, blush, yellow and white flowers.
A trio of white wedding cakes sits atop round corrugated terracotta plinths in different heights and diameters alongside tall white ceramic urns filled with autumnal dried foliage in front of a white worn brick wall.
This earthy boho wedding reception table with rattan dining chairs features alternating terracotta and white candles in ceramic candle holders of different shapes and sizes on a terracotta cheesecloth table runner. Brass cutlery, natural woven placemats and layered white plateware topped with a leaf shaped ceramic dish and torn edge paper place card serve as place settings.
A modern wedding stationery suite featuring clay and terracotta tones, soft curves and elongated fine line script paired with a thin vintage serif font in all caps.
A lush floral garland featuring tulips, orchids, roses and carnations in earthy tones cascades onto the floor alongside clusters of clay and rust coloured pillar candles. An arch shaped terracotta seating chart with fine line floral illustrations and guest names in white ink completes this boho wedding reception table styling.
This three tier matte pink terracotta fondant wedding cake features moon phases from top to bottom in corrugated texture. The cake is displayed on a carved wooden stand and surrounded by dried flowers in ribbed glass vases.
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