3 weddings you need to see right now!

During the holidays I’ve been saving a few of my favourite weddings for you. These three weddings stand out to me for their extreme colour and texture creativity – and a whole lot of brightness – my favourite!

A Little Bright - colourful circus wedding

Bright beautiful circus wedding from Paper + Lace

Photographer Joanna Walker Photography | Planner/Stylist Imbed Creative | Flowers Floral Stylist

A Little Bright - sparkly rainbow wedding

Sparkly rainbow backyard wedding from Rock n Roll Bride

Photographer Igor Demba | Flowers A Little Shop of Flowers

A Little Bright - 80s pop theme wedding

80s theme pop glitter wedding from 100 Layer Cake

Photographer Ariane Moshayedi Photography | Event Coordinator + Designer Carly Rae Weddings | Florist Primary Petals | Bridesmaid dresses: Dress the Population via Ron Herman

 

 

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Neon brights inspiration + a DIY

A Little bright - neon inspiration one

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A Little bright - neon inspiration two

A Little bright - neon inspiration three

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I am very happy that gorgeous neon is not going away any time soon! This gorgeous bright wedding inspiration shoot features bright bouquets, flower crowns and divine table settings. Swoon! Then I also spotted this awesome backdrop on this wedding – what a great spot.

I love this splatter paint DIY too from A Subtle Revelry and is a great inspiration piece to incorporate some neon into your next event.

Credits:

Wedding one – 100 Layer Cake – Photographer: Sitha Vorn, Narin Sinuon, & Chhavy Sinuon / Venue: Mill No. 5 / Styling, Custom Props, & Floral Design: Style This Shindig / Linens: Table Topper of Newton / Rentals: Peterson Party Center / Dress: Rent the Runway

Wedding two – 100 Layer Cake – Photographer: Anika London / Ceremony & Venue: The New Children’s Museum / Event Design: Jess + Ky / Event Coordination: Courtney Tibbets & Ashley Abbot Hollinger from After The Engagement

Splatter paint party DIY from A Subtle Revelry – Photography by Jocelyn Noel