With striking blue hues and celestial details including eye-catching galaxy prints, these ‘Heaven Meets Earth’ winter wedding styling ideas are truly gorgeous.
Celestial details are still a big trend, and the dark, bold colours and silvery hints create the perfect colour combination. Although styled here for a winter wedding, you could use these ideas for a wedding in any season.
Full of lush florals and whimsical ideas, I love the way that the styling team took the concept and adapted it for three unique types of bride. The result is both styling and bridal ideas that you can adapt for your own personal style. Crystal crowns, bright red lips, and side-swept hair make for three distinctly dreamy bridal looks.
Flooded with natural light, Greenhouse Two Rivers in Missouri is the perfect blank canvas, and these modern, romantic styling ideas come to life inside the venue’s glass walls. I adore the large foliage chandeliers suspended from the ceiling; so simple yet so heavenly.
Couples looking for ceremony backdrop inspiration will love the elegantly draped ceremony arch decorated with elegant florals that takes centre stage in the ceremony area. The dining table is beautiful yet simple, with gorgeous blue fabric table runner and matching napkins, floral designs and pretty glassware.
The pièce de résistance of this shoot though has to be the incredible wedding cake. Its unmistakable galaxy print, striking teal-blue hue and rough edges make it the perfect choice for a wedding with a celestial vibe.
I hope this styled shoot serves as refreshing inspiration for overlapping themes; heaven with earth, bold with simple. Enjoy these beautiful pictures capture by Sarah Jane Photography…
Celestial with Natural
“The organic beauty of the earth and heavens inspired this wedding shoot, where we wanted to combine the celestial with the natural.
“Using similar pieces we created unique looks and movements for our three distinct brides, showcasing how to utilise similar features in multiple ways. In the end, we gathered all three brides to show how their styles intertwine.”