I have a whole lot of pretty for you today on The Wedding Community with these romantic peach wedding styling ideas. Pinterest is awash with inspiring images of beautiful peach wedding ideas, but as the idea behind this shoot came from a painting, these ideas are so unique that you probably won’t find anything with such splendour. Throw in the backdrop of Beverly Hills and you know this is going to be special!
Peach is such an adorable colour for a wedding, especially in spring or summer. Blended with inspiration from the historic painting ‘The Birth of Venus’ by Sandro Botticelli, you get something really special. Shawna Yamamoto and Hylah White’s design aesthetic is so perfect, with every detail beautifully curated.
Soft peach and lush green florals take centre stage, and I adore the bride’s large, untamed bridal bouquet, brimming with soft delicate peach blooms and gorgeous foliage. The elegant, graceful floral designs are such statement pieces.
The beautiful textured china, rose gold cutlery and rose gold rimmed glassware are key to creating a rich, elegant table setting. Of course, peaches, along with other fruit, also feature, and give a nod to the sensuality of Venus herself. Even the wedding stationery has a peach envelope liner.
The bride’s styling is sensational and her wedding dress works perfectly with this romantic styling concept. And wait until you see her shoes… oh my! A pair of Sophia Webster silver high heeled beauties with angel wings!
I’m a sucker for soft peach styling so I absolutely adore these images by Koman Photography, and hope you do too.
Breathtaking, Ethereal Photos
“The inspiration for this shoot came from an old Italian Villa, and we added a Grecian vibe. The Four Seasons in Beverly Hills was the perfect backdrop to create some breathtaking, ethereal photos.
“The decor and old Italian villas inspired the invitation suite, with a nod to classic design with soft, modern finishes. The layered invitation included an ornate old world Italian crest and a handmade peach ribbon wrap treatment, and the envelope liner’s vintage peach illustration gave an unexpected pop of colour.” – Hylah White Special Events