Just because you have a gown dripping in rhinestones, like an Anna Campbell, doesn't mean you can't have a natural outdoors wedding. Sometimes people think all of that glam and sparkle doesn't go with a backyard wedding, but we disagree! We love combining some glitz with nature, and have a few tips!
First, make sure everything else in the wedding is subdued. This means keep metallics to a minimum. If you use any, just have touches, like copper pots for flower displays. Second, keep the color palate neutral, with mostly greenery to tone down the bright rhinestones. We love using large blooms, like kale and garden roses, for a ton of texture! And finally, have fun with hair and makeup! Adelaide, shown below, looks great with an up-do, so you can show off those gorgeous flutter straps covered in beading. We love the smoky eye on the model, to keep all of the drama on you, not the decor!
Adelaide Gown by Anna Campbell, available at Ivory + Beau, via White Magazine, Photography by Fig Tree Pictures // Ceremony via Style Me Pretty, Photography by Jenna Henderson, Design and Flowers by Cedarwood Weddings // Stationary via Magnolia Rouge, Photography by Sarah Ingram, Stationary by Poppy and Scooter //Ring and Cover photo via Ruffled, Photography by Jessica Cooper