If you’re dreaming of sunny days, get ready to soak up the summer style vibes in this destination wedding shoot in Portugal! The unique climate of the Sintra Mountains turned the villa at Quinta da Penalva into a tropical oasis, offering a lush green backdrop for this modern shoot filled with vibrant yellow details! Amazing destination photographer Passionate captured the incredible colors, with coordination, styling, and floral arrangements by My Fancy Wedding that are bursting with life and chic summer style!
Summer Style Vibes in Sunshine Yellow
The punch of color started with the hand lettered stationery suite, contrasting bold black lettering and bright yellow paper accents!
The stunning beauty of Vanessa Correia allowed the team to keep the bride’s look simple, with styling by Cati Beauty that let her natural hair and magnetic eyes take center stage. My Fancy Wedding created an eye catching bouquet of white and yellow tropical flowers to speak to the region and its amazing climate! The silk slip dress from Otaduy looked sleek and minimal against the jungle-inspired backdrop of Quinta da Penalva, with stunning gold accessories from Boheme Lisboa to cap it off in style.
The table set for an intimate destination wedding told a story of contrasts – the mink gray velvet linen and modern ghost chair softened the dramatic black and yellow color palette that dominated the table decor. Soft tones from pampas grass, nude taper candles, and peach roses added a little romance to the modern colors.
Migalha Doce incorporated the signature color palette of black and yellow into an eye-catching wedding cake that could serve as a modern artwork!
WEDDING VENDORS –
Photography by Passionate | Wedding Venue: Quinta da Penalva | Event Planning, Styling, and Floral Design by My Fancy Wedding | Wedding Cake by Migalha Doce | Wedding Dress from Otaduy | Jewelry by Boheme Lisboa | Hair Styling and Makeup by Cati Beauty | Model: Vanessa Correia | Model Agency: Onway Models Portugal | Film Lab: Carmencita Film Lab | Submitted via Matchology