This undeniably upscale garden romance editorial shoot inspired by a traditional English garden brings fun, flirty, and feminine elements together. Expert wedding planners and floral designers Ever Something created a harmonious blend of romance and whimsy. The flirty and fun elements shine through details such as in the invitation suite created by Eros Studios. We especially love the pastel palette and the fan which doubles as an informational card for guests! Amanda Watson Photography captured every moment through light and airy images. We’re obsessed with the romantic bridal gown featuring statement puff sleeves and coordinating earrings from Chantilly Bridal Studio. The fresh, dewy makeup look was created by Carolyn F. Beauty. It paired beautifully with the elegant loose updo styled by Stag & Doe Salon. And, have you ever seen a better-dressed groom?! EM provided the creamy suit and coordinating floral accessories. Lastly, no upscale garden romance wedding would be complete without glass accordion doors that open to the patio!
Aspen Ranch provides a breathtaking modern backdrop while letting the wedding scene take center stage. Set your ceremony scene apart with a modern take on a traditional altar by adorning your platform with bunches of grounded florals in a muted spring palette like these by Ever Something. The theme continues with a pastel floral cake created by Allie’s Baking Boutique. Bring those same blooms along to your cake display or for a chic sendoff! Aspen Ranch offers a fleet of unique wedding cars available to rent for photo ops if you’re searching for an even more unique sendoff. Explore all of our favorite moments below! Lastly, don’t miss the BTS look at our upscale garden romance wedding inspiration shot by Chelsea Littleton Photography
“For inspiration, we wanted to create a look that was stylish, modern and fun. We wanted to tie in our feminine and romantic approach to florals but pair it with a fresh color palette that we don’t see often. Instead of doing a traditional arch, we thought we would keep the flowers low to put more focus on the couple.” – Taylor Fowler, Ever Something