Sometimes a secret garden-style wedding can be planned in the unlikeliest of places: like an abandoned greenhouse.
In the words of the stylist: “I was inspired about the bareness of the abandon green house—that within this space life could still flourish while everything was so still. I wanted to create a romantic, organic environment to an unearthed, desolate garden.
Utilizing existing plants and salvaging items from within the greenhouse, the team added lush florals in deep greens and crimson to add a tonal quality to the palette.
To complement the honeycomb-themed cake, the menu, place settings, and stationery wedding invitation suite was designed with a hexagonal theme.
Vintage brass elements and decor meshed well with the rustic terra cotta pots in the greenhouse. The tablescape utilized crystal goblets and worn vintage books in coordinating colors to style the floral centerpieces at different heights for visual interest.
The small table, flanked by vintage seating, provided an intimate gathering space for a small wedding party away from a more crowded venue, and allows the focus to solely rest on the happy couple tying the knot.
You can read more about the shoot on The Bridal Theory here.
Venue: Private Estate | Design + Coordination: Petalos Design | Photography: Amanda K Photography | Paper Products: Nimbi Design | Hair and Makeup: Beth Level Make-up Artistry | Vintage Rentals: Something Borrowed PDX | Rentals: The Party Place | Model: Mali Ferry – Options Model + Media | Cake: Artisan Cake Company | Gowns: Kirstie Kelly | Adornments and Accessories: Austie Eckley
Rentals in Action:
Something Borrowed Portland pieces featured include: vintage china dinner and salad plates, clear glass goblets, Natalie taupe chair, Jonathan ladder, Corrine glass pedestal, pentagon display box, Maggie cream chair, Grayson white armchair, and vintage books.