Happy Friday Romancers!! I am down in Virginia Beach for the day celebrating the happy wedding weekend of my good friends Mel & Ted! I am busy with bridesmaids duties, but I couldn’t just leave you guys without a Friday inspiration post, now could I?! And this one is AWESOME. Hot pink, orange, and yellow color palette, geometric shapes, tons of modern wedding details and the best part? A PINATA THEME. Yes! The creators behind the shoot share:
I wanted to create a wedding that was full of fun and inspired by a party, and a piñata is one of my favorite ways to celebrate! There are so many emotions to experience at a wedding, but this styled shoot was inspired by joy and celebration. At the end of the ceremony, the newly married couple kicks off the party by breaking into a piñata, being showered with a spray of confetti.
Thanks to Anna Reynal Photography & ALL the amazing vendors that collaborated on this awesome shoot!
Capitol Inspiration: A Modern Pinata Inspired Wedding Styled Shoot
Photography: Anna Reynal Photography | Dress: Hayley Paige from Garnish Boutique | Hair & Makeup: Behind the Veil | Invitations: Kelly Nealon | Furniture: XOXO Vintage Rentals | Flowers & Table Linens: Bella Fiori Couture Floral & Event Design | Venue: Powerhouse DC | Desserts: Sweet Hearts Patisserie
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I loved the faceted shape of the piñata, and all of the colorful fringe, so those elements were carried over into the rest of the wedding decor! Modern color blocked wedding invitations tie everything together and set the stage for an exciting celebration. A DIY fringe backdrop adds a festive flair and faceted shapes (made out of plastic straws and nylon wire) made a fun ceremony backdrop.
Click inside for SO MUCH MORE of this super rad, modern & brightly colored wedding styled shoot!
The table runners (a great alternative to table cloths when run horizontally across a table), with their geometric shapes and texture, bring an infusion of confetti-like movement to the reception space, and the party continues on the table top with colorfully DIYed salad plates (basic plates from the dollar store, with a latin-style die-cut pattern applied with ceramic paint markers), faceted bowls, bright dinnerware, and wildly vibrant flowers in hand painted vases and jars.
Even the table is DIYable and completely unique; it’s made from a salvaged door, painted gold and placed on a found table base. Colorful flowers, vintage furniture, and a cake table with a light-up sign and brightly hued sweets complete the look and make sitting down to dinner feel so very festive!
GUYS THE TABLE IS AN OLD DOOR SPRAY PAINTED GOLD. Just making sure you got that!
Have a VERY fantastic weekend you guys. Thank you again to ALL the fantastic vendors that came together to make this super awesome, modern wedding styled shoot!