While most weddings are usually associated with flowers and bright colors, the case turned out so differently for Stella and Herly. As both lovers dislike the presence of fresh flowers, they decided to have their biggest day filled with dried flowers instead. The ceremonial procession took place inside an industrial warehouse, where was transformed into a beautifully rustic styled chapel. Dried leaves was scattered along the aisle as if it was celebrated outside. Situated at the altar, a geometric pentagonal backdrop and lots of dried palm leaves also became such an instant eye-catcher. The wedding atmosphere turned emotionally as the couple exchanged their wedding vows.
On the very next week at Pine Hill Cibodas, all guests seemed enthusiastic as soon as they stepped inside the reception venue. With the help of Elior Design, the couple took an exact approach from their last week's ceremony. The open-air festivity was decorated in dried arrangement. Bunches of palm leaves were lined towards the wedding stage that was styled elegantly with rectangles frames on each side and sheer fabric. Another bold statement we couldn't miss was their two-tier marble wedding cake! It looked unique with two asymmetrical layers in grey. Also complementing the modern vibe was the photo gallery of the newlyweds' memories leading to their nuptial. Other than striking installations, Stella and Herly wanted to take care of the guests more than anything. Thus, they provided a care station, where the guests could get medicine and first aid kit anytime they needed it. Before ending their wedding day, the bride knew she wouldn't want a scene where she tossed a flower bouquet to the singles, so they used a basketball instead!
The fact their personal preferences could bring something remarkable was just inspiring. Leave us some comments if you are delighted to see more visionary weddings like this.