Coral is an incredibly bold and brave color to be applied for a wedding mood board. When paired correctly with other tones, it become a fantastic combination of lively hues. The stylist of this coral themed photoshoot told us that they sought inspiration from the venues. "One color alone was a little bit ambiguous to work with, so we went to Chijmes and Alcove to seek inspiration. The iconic white pillars, tiled floors, stained glass, and overall architecture of the venue gave us Grecian vibes. We decided to incorporate this into the main theme," the stylist and florist from O'hara Weddings explained.
They went for a color scheme that consisted of baby blue, pale blush, candlelight peach, coral sands, and living coral. Each color greatly complemented each other, as you can see in the pictures. The colors popped against the monochromic setting of the venue. Even the dining table set used a background of dark gray to bring out the palette of the flowers. "The color scheme made it easier for us to conceptualize and curate other aspects of the shoot, such as the gowns and stationery, as well as the props to be used in terms of styling," said the stylist.
In the photoshoot, the bride is seen wrapped in an elegant one-shoulder white dress made with a streak pattern laced sequined fabric. A large piece of white tulle fabric is draped from her left shoulder to imitate a cape. She then changed into a second gown. This time, it is a breathtaking plunging neckline beige gown embroidered with white lace. Both of these impeccable dresses were made by Charmed by Rae.
A sweet corner was also set up by Baker V, where you can see plenty of scrumptious delights made in various tones of coral. The bride and groom also posed here, making the atmosphere look even more romantic. If you're looking for ways to incorporate this theme into your wedding invitations, you can take a look at the stationary laid out by Mylin Design Co. They made an astonishing set of "save the date" invitation samples combining coral with light gray.
The stylist, along with all the talented vendors, went above and beyond to create a Grecian ambiance for this photoshoot. They made sure that every little detail follows the theme, such as the tiled design on the plates that matches Chijmes' floors. They also took an olive motif on the wine glasses to elevate the Grecian feel, and put some fruits in the tablescape, which is a common thing in the Greek culture of wining and dining.