Menu & Candle: Photography: Aglow Photography, Coordination: Johan Terblanche for Tokara, Floral Design: Mabel Steenkamp of Die Gieter via Southbound Bride
Fern Place Setting: Agate Necklaces: Zion Shore
Table Numbers: Photography: Hello Love Photography (by Dominique) & Jeani.V Photography, Décor & Flowers: Joy Bella | Stationery: Rebelle Design via Southbound Bride
Signage: Photography: Erin J Saldana, Styling: Etablir, Florals: The Flower Lab via Ruffled, Boutonniere: Photography: Christine Le Roux, Coordination: AnnaH, Flowers & Décor: Blommeprag via Southbound Bride
What are our first thoughts? At first glance we were a bit surprised about the choice.
Not because we don't love green, but simply because we feared that most event designers and couples in the wedding world would shy away from the choice.
So naturally, we thought it would be helpful to pull together some fresh ideas using this shade to show you just how gorgeous using green as a primary color can be!Dress: Jillian Fellers
When it comes to weddings, we suggest pairing Greenery with calming neutrals, deeper shades like navy blue, with soft pastels like blush, or even with metallics like gold.
Also, as its name implies, we recommend incorporating green into your designs using (yep, you guessed it!), greenery! So many ways to incorporate this fab shade into your day!
Including the use of succulents, air plants, agate, stationery, linens, attire, jewelry and more!