This shimmering session of romantic copper, metallic and blush wedding ideas springs forth from the creative mind of photographer, Debbie Lourens. When images come from behind Debbie’s lens we know that we’re in for a unique, dreamy and absolutely inspiring treat. I mean have you SEEN this spectacularly whimsical session full of vibrant tropical wedding ideas, featured earlier this month? Uh-mayzing! ?
The striking juxtaposition between soft, whispy, organic green foliage and backdrops – with a living fern wall, no less! – against the strong, modern metallic copper design details make this whimsical summer rain session a striking one. A simple, chic, white cake from La Petite Patisserie was giving a modern make-over, brushed with rugged, copper strokes and adorned with copper sprayed eucalyptus. The spherical topper? We LOVE it!
The ultra-feminine floral installments, and bouquet of pink peonies (our FAVE) with asparagus ferns were designed by Kadou. And just how much do you adore the “It was always you“, script style laser-cut signage by Big Design set against the fern backdrop?
The stunning copper, metallic brush-lettered wedding stationery suite was created by the ever talented Pretty in Stains. The bride’s dreamy look is thanks to perfectly applied hair and make-up from Clarita Smit, with statement gowns from both Janita Toerien and Elaine Blom. There is just so much eye-candy in today’s copper, metallic and blush wedding inspiration shoot, finished off with a trendy groom styled by CDB Chantel De Bruyn styling. Get ready to be inspired!
Copper Metallic and Blush Wedding Ideas
Talented Wedding Suppliers:
- Photography, Concept and Styling: Debbie Lourens
- Flowers: Kadou
- Makeup and Hair: Clarita Smit
- Dress: Janita Toerien & Elaine Blom
- Laser Cut Signage: Big Design
- Cake: La Petite Patisserie
- Stationay: Pretty in Stains
- Grooms Styling: CDB Chantel De Bruyn
- Chandeliers: Grand Room Design
- Location: Belair
Sara Burnett says
Loving all those copper details!
Lea Clarence says
I would love, if you tell me the Font you did use for “table nine” and “28.11.2015”. Pleeeaaaaaseeeee 🙂