Inspiration

Now that the Pantone Color of the Year is "Living Coral," there is sure to be an increase in soft, romantic weddings with this warm hue. That's why we love this ultra-feminine styled shoot that turns up the heat by mixing this gorgeous shade of pink with the lush, tropical backdrop of Lakeland, Florida. Take a look at the innovative use of wooden blooms, statement jewelry and sultry grapefruit tied in with a traditional lace gown, and we're sure you'll want to run away to celebrate your colorful fairytale dreams. 

In the words of photographer Terrie Nelson of Terrie Images, "This shoot was inspired by shades of coral combined with fine art photography with a hint of elegance at Hollis Garden."  


Shoot location: Hollis Garden, Lakeland, Florida

Shoot theme: Shades of Coral and Fine Art 

Color combinations: Light coral, coral, grapefruit orange, brown and gold accents.

Favorite detail: Bouquet 

Decor Details:  
 

Linens: 

We used shades of coral with sheer linen on the end of the bouquet. 

Centerpiece Description:

The centerpiece we used was actually a wooden bouquet.  

Place Settings: 

The place settings held sliced grapefruit pieces and deep shades of coral.

Stationery:

We used a Fine Art Invitation Suite for our stationery.

Please share unique details from your shoot:

A unique feature of our styled shoot is that it used natural lighting. 

We can't get enough of this gorgeous styled shoot. Share your favorite details in the comments below.