Modern, Minimal & Foraged Wedding Inspiration
Understated, minimal and oh-so-stylish, it’s fair to say that when this foraged wedding shoot landed in our submissions pile we fell in love immediately! Planner Jade Leung perfectly executed the balance of modern and whimsy, whilst arrangements of foraged and dried florals from Tulipa Flowers and bring this dreamy inspiration bang up to date for our eco-conscious couples. Beautifully captured by Heledd Roberts Photography.
Tell us about the style of wedding + the key elements that create this look.
This shoot is centred around 3 key elements; it is natural, textured, minimal. It is a modern take on boho chic; a fresh ceremony space with a statement floral weave installation, a boho bride in stylish Rembo, nude nails and shoes but dazzling eyes and a statement headpiece, and a luxe tipi reception where the tablescapes are layered yet still minimal. A cosy yet glam evening look for the bride is included for good measure.
What colour palette did you use?
The colour palette is based on nudes, off whites, pale greens and browns of the floral design and carried right through into the bridal look and the table styling. I always look at adding a pop of colour with this colour palette, especially within a tipi so that it doesn’t look flat or overly ‘yellow’ (an additional challenge of tipi celebrations!). The table styling therefore brings in a touch of pink, peach and gold which perfectly match the evening look of the bride – and her glitter make-up and deeper lip colour.
What about the floral design and details?
The floral design makes the most of nature and what is available in early January. Everything was either foraged or dried and is therefore sustainable, meaning that it could be used again in styling the brides home or gifted to guests to keep and cherish. We are finding this more and more important for our couples, especially to those who would class themselves as truly boho.
What advice would you give couples keen to recreate this look?
Keep it simple – and true to form, if you’re going for foraged, the finished look should be true to this, imbalance and imperfection is much better than perfect symmetry here.
If you’re planning a boho wedding you will find plenty more inspiration here!
- Photography: Heledd Roberts Photography
- Planner: Jade Leung Weddings & Events
- Venue: Rivercatcher
- Videography: Kim Ritter Films
- Tipi: Marquees & Events
- Floral Design: Tulipa Flowers
- Bouquets: Rosehip & Wren
- Stationery: Modern Scribe
- Bridalwear: The Silk Loft
- Hair: Bridal Hair by Lindsey
- Make-up: Made Up By Cathryn
- Catering: Outside Food
- Cake: Hayley's Piped Dreams
- Engagement Ring: Sara Lois Jewellery
- Accessories: Lottie & Wren
- Hair Pieces: Vivi Embellish
- Tableware: Whitehouse Crockery
- Napkins & Runners: Silk & Purl
- Linen: 88 Events
- Model: Gracie Jean