Color, texture, and creative detail reign in this beautiful terra cotta and yellow intimate wedding shoot from Krust Photography and The Next Big Thing. The Malaysian-based event team dreamed in vibrant earthy tones to create this modern bohemian wedding ceremony backdrop and intimate wedding reception for two. The minimalist wedding dress designs by Australian designer Cathleen Jia are perfect for a modern bride, while organic details in the flowers, cake, and handcrafted decor add beautiful finishing details to this fresh wedding shoot!
Hand crafted paper goods by Slumberbugs combined a rich color palette of terra cotta and umber yellow with white letterpress type. The minimalist lettering allowed the textural paper and beautiful desert-inspired colors shine in this beautiful invitation suite!
How about a flower petal veil? This lovely design by Krust Collective featured scattered yellow and white petals on the simple tulle veil – the result had the joyful effect of scattered petals!
Wildflower focused on yellow flowers as the focal point – for the bride’s bouquet and for the ceremony arrangements. Cheerful yellow blooms from ranunculus and tulips paired with neutral cappuccino roses in the bride’s bouquet to create a sunny and cheerful combination!
The beautiful modern ceremony took inspiration from organic textures and natural elements – a terra cotta drapery backdrop brought deep earth tones while hanging flowering branches added sunny pops of yellow! Tree stump pedestals added a rustic touch to hold beautiful modern flower arrangements in yellow, taupe, orange, and white.
How gorgeous are these Cathleen Jia wedding dresses from Onewedd? The Australian bridal gown designer favors clean lines and romantic details, perfect to complement the creative colors for this modern bride. From a slit chiffon sleeve with dotted Swiss details to a plunging back crepe wedding dress, the minimalist bridal style added an elegant counterpoint to the colorful drapery and whimsical floral installations in this intimate indoor ceremony!
The Next Big Thing set an intimate wedding table for two with ceramic pots as bud vases for fabulous yellow centerpieces. The handmade pottery plates, amber glasses, and mustard yellow linen napkins added beautiful texture to the tabletop decor.
Ready for the most perfect wedding cake vignette! A rustic vintage bench served as the dessert display for Saya Bake‘s buttercream cake – the frosting was textured to resemble stucco walls and handcrafted pottery with a terra cotta finish. A mixture of fresh and dried flowers for the cake topper complemented the minimalist cake design and warm neutral colors in the swirled buttercream.
So, so smitten with this elegant low ponytail hairstyle – it’s a beautiful way to sweep back long hair into a pony while still feeling formal enough for a wedding! Talk about a win win!
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Photography: Krust Photography | Florist: Wildflower | Event Planning: The Next Big Thing | Wedding Cake: Saya Bake | Wedding Dress: Cathleen Jia | Bridal Salon Onewedd | Veil: Krust Collective | Makeup Artist: Rynee Tan Makeup | Stationery: Slumberbugs | Model: Miji Lee | Submitted via: Matchology