After this week’s cashmere and champagne inspiration, today’s modern industrial wedding design is a return to colorful form for me! Before starting this blog, my design tastes tended to run to the classic and safe – lots of expected color combinations, nothing terribly novel or brave. I think it’s safe to say that I’ve broken out of my comfort zone and not only begun to take risks when it comes to color and design, but to have a lot of fun with them as well! There was the dusk and copper board, neon inspiration, bohemian Anthropologie hues, and this month’s art nouveau inspiration, and today I have another adventurous combination that I’m very excited about!
This palette takes its inspiration from a bouquet of jade leaves, juicy kumquats, and rich orchid ranunculus – vibrant, modern, and unexpected. The silvery green of citrus leaves creates a gorgeous background for jewel toned purple blooms and citrus accents. These came from kumquats, persimmons, and apricots – pops of color from seasonal fruit add a fun and unexpected touch to summer or autumn flowers. Loose botanical inspired arrangements are perfectly suited to an unconventional venue, while raw, natural textures make a lovely compliment to the vivid decor.
Modern Pallet Wedding Ceremony Backdrop – Photography by Candice Benjamin Photography, Florals by The Little Branch via Something Turquoise | Persimmon and Pepperberry Wreath – Photography and Styling by Wild Folk Studio via Style Me Pretty Living | Apricot Cake – Photography by Brumley & Wells via Green Wedding Shoes | Radiant Orchid Sequin Heels -Photography by Scott Andrew Studio, Shoes by Kate Spade via Snippet and Ink | Kumquat and Ranunculus Bouquet – Florals by Yasmine Floral Design | Dahlia and Ranunculus Centerpiece – Photography by Linnea Paulina Photography, Florals by Kae + Ales via Ruffled