Love is in the air!
Today we’re celebrating the month of love. Yes, it’s Valentines week and if you’re a romantic at heart you will love the story behind our Valentines wedding inspiration mood board.
Infused with rustic elements, these eastern inspired images conjure up sweet and romantic emotions, perfect for the February bride.
There’s nothing more romantic than the colour red, but the thought of a red wedding theme honestly frightens me. Perhaps it may have worked in the nineties, but a modern Valentines wedding should be more than just your traditional reds and golds. Subtle undertones combined with pops of pinks, white shades and greenery provides the ideal backdrop. The rustic/industrial aesthetics can add oodles of charm. Greenery, once Pantone’s colour of the year, is a shade that is symbolic of new beginnings. This trans-seasonal shade can be paired with almost any colour and it goes to show that you can bring the outdoors in without undermining the elegance.
Red, gold and pink isn’t just the colour palette of our forthcoming website, but we believe that this colour palette is oh so glamorous and creates a visual impact.
2019 is going to be huge for whimsical floral installations, organic table decor, minimalist wedding invitation designs, signature cocktails with festive touches and alternative wedding cakes.
The richness of the florals layered against industrial like textures will add to the romantic chicness of your wedding. Say goodbye to white tablecloths and experiment with fabrics in muted tones. Bring out the modern maharani in you by embracing Indo-Western dress designs. Try a Boho lehenga with floral appliqué work and complement your look with delicate jewels and a pair of statement red heels. Carnations or roses combined with luscious foliage works so well for this wedding style. Pay keen attention to the flowers and textures and play it simple with the other details.
Do we hear outdoor weddings calling this year?
What are your thoughts on this beautiful and romantic wedding style maharanis? Let us know in the comments below.
Moodboard design: Poonam at The Maharani Diaries // Tablescape image: Anna Delores via A Coastal Bride // Lehenga image: Sapana Amin // Shoes image: Rachel Marie Photography // Frame image: Jenna Henderson via Ruffled // Henna image: Plum & Oak Photo via Green Wedding Shoes // Cake image: via BRIDES // Cocktails image: via The Cookie Rookie // Stationery image: Plum & Oak Photo via Green Wedding Shoes