There is something so effortless about the earthy aesthetic shown off in this intimate wedding inspiration from Annie Brady Design! Shot in beautiful light and airy style by Meg Rose Photography around the property of a private residence, this editorial utilizes the most unique places on the property for styling and design rather than the most predictable. From a table in the moss, to a ceremony under suspended flowers, to a cake in the middle of a canopy of the trees – there is something around every corner of this intimate wedding inspiration! Mixing organic materials like bamboo and ceramics bring a bohemian vibe and texture to your tablescape, and these rentals from Party Pro Rents make all the difference, creating an effortlessly elevated space. An invitation suite of clean lines, laser cut-outs and emerald accents from Laurel & Marie is sure to wow even the most elite guest list, and the elegance continues to the whimsical escort card display by the calligraphy team as well. This couple so chic yet ready to ride off into the sunset, and we love how Carolyn F. Beauty uses her makeup skills to truly enhance your natural beauty rather than mask it. Our nontraditional groom opted for a tux from EVERYMAN that is just as nontraditional as he is, and we love the black and white pattern of his artsy attire. A three-tiered cake featuring an abstract, ruffled design from Allie’s Baking Boutique looks too pretty to cut into, but we’re sure the taste will make it well worth it! This earthy aesthetic is continued throughout the floral design by Poppy’s Garden that takes center stage in this editorial – suspended florals for the ceremony area, delphiniums galore to add romance, and white king protea and ivory roses accent a bohemian tablescape topped with a rattan chandelier. White and ivory blooms were in no short supply here! Read on for a note from the planner about the vision behind this intimate wedding inspiration as well as a little bit about this hip couple’s love story. Cheers!
Photo // Meg Rose Photography
Video // Sonder Films
From the planner, Annie Brady of Annie Brady Design: “My inspiration was the light shining through the woods on my property. It’s magical, and I wanted to create a setting that just stopped short of a fairytale. I love the idea of a wedding on the grounds of someone’s home and wanted to use unique places on the property for the design instead of the most predictable. I placed a table in the moss, a ceremony under flowers streaming from the sky and a cake in the middle of a canopy of trees. I also wanted to spotlight a couple that has found love after years of being alone — a couple that was mature, ready for commitment but still wanted to hop on a motorcycle in an amazing dress and ride away into the sunset.”