Delicate flowers in a fusion of citrus hues marks this Indio-Persian wedding with a luxe that is nuanced balanced with rich femininity. The table setting is simple with a lavish runner that drips from a pergola to the dining table in a stunning cascade to the floor.
The addition of fruits for the look brings a Mediterranean expression and an unexpected brightness
Embellished, yet simple book-style invitations take a natural beige and blue tone with gold expressions and pearl brooch medallions.
Rather than a sweeping and elaborate sweet table, the emphasis is on the three-tier cake, which is situated on a wooden and Italian marble cake pedestal. Mixed materials, along with the stone and iron candelabras give depth and passage of time to the look of this wedding reception.
Without a lot of fuss, the pergola is draped with white sheer tricot that doesn't look over-produced. The lack of strident polish makes this reception appear to be both elegant and reverent.
These pictures are intended to be a source of inspiration. Also, it's always such a relief to see weddings that don't have a million things going on at the same time. I call that over production. Keep it simple. Doing that, you can't really go wrong. For other weddings like this, take a look at my Real Weddings Collection. Remember, it's all about inspiration. Just be sure to make your wedding your own.