There’s nothing quite like new flowers blooming after a long winter. Delicate beauty comes a little at a time, and blends so seamlessly that we often miss it at first. This style shoot by Roza Melendez Photography flirts with that same subtle, but gorgeous burst of spring florals.
Dusty rose, blush pink, and touches of burgundy and ivory make for an unabashedly feminine and elegant color palette for the bride who wants to emphasize her natural beauty. Nowhere is this more evident in the bride’s elegant vintage Solo Merav gown. The fitted sheath silhouette from Diamond Bridal Gallery adds an alluring, flirty appeal by hugging natural curves and complements the scalloped lace, plunging neckline. Delicate floral appliques line the neckline and extend to a hemmed skirt that just barely graces the ground. She wears a simple floral crown of pink roses and foliage.
Pale pink and ivory roses pair with burgundy dahlias for a bouquet that looks like it’s been freshly picked from a garden. Rustic wooden tables are decorated with draping cream-colored table runners and playful placards. Gold tones add a regal tone in simple silverware, sleek candlesticks, and rimmed glasses. Burgundy napkins and plenty of natural light make this setting unforgettable.