Minimalist Wedding Shoot In A Muted Fall Color Palette
We are in the middle of the fall and it’s time to enjoy fall colors and beautiful fall weddings. This wedding editorial is inspired by Southern California in the fall and it’s worth seeing!
The stylists wanted to create a deconstructed wedding, completely stripped down to its most basic elements and make it as simple as possible but then elevate each item so it is deeply personal and has meaning. This is a perfect idea for a couple that loves intimate dinner parties with friends and who lives intentionally and minimally. The color palette was all about the burnt oranges and yellows in the dried oranges, the copper of the dried florals, the creamy tans and beiges of the dried branches, and the pops of white in the cotton. The tablescape was modern and neutral, the tablescape focused on earthy tones, paired with the pink plates and luxe accents.
The bride was wearing a handmade linen jumpsuit with a high neckline and short sleeves plus flats. The groom was rocking a white shirt, olive green pants, rust shoes, though these outfits were simple, they look very elevated. They also switched for a minimalist wedding dress with a halter neckline and an open back, the groom rocked a black suit with the same shirt. Take a look at every refined detail and get inspired!