I may have been a little rash declaring Zac Posen’s collection my favorite at Fashion Week – of all the amazing designs I’ve seen come down the runway this week, I think Bibhu Mohapatra‘s is the one that I would most like to see interpreted into a wedding design. As with all of the collections that I’ve shared so far, there are a wealth of looks to pick from, but I couldn’t resist this combination of peony, pearl, and grayed jade, accented with geometric patterns and delicate beadwork. How stunning are these colors together?!
The palette reads elegant and romantic to me, while the richness of the colors can be used as accents to punch up a clean, white space for maximum impact. Fuchsia florals in milk glass vases on a sea-foam green linen would create a refined atmosphere in any space, while geometric touches keep things modern. I would love to see the chunky filigree on the belt in the middle photo as a bracelet, or wrapping around the tiers of a sleek white cake.
Photo Credits: Runway Photos from the Bibhu Mohapatra show via New York Magazine | Wedding Dress by Georges Hobeika | Rose, Peony & Succulent Bouquet – Photography by Jake & Necia, Florals by Panacea Event Floral Design | Bridesmaids – Photography by Emily Steffen, Bridesmaid Dresses by Bill Levkoff, Florals by Daffodil Parker | Petite Cake – Photography by Angie Silvy Photography, Cake by The Carneros Inn | Jewelry – Photography by KT Merry | Berry Lipped Bride – Photography by Urban Grey Photography, Dress by Nicole Miller