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Happy Monday everyone and how are you all? How was your weekend? With less than two weeks to go now before the big day I am SO excited for Christmas. We had a great festive filled weekend, watching Dexter in his Christmas show, then breakfast with Santa, a Christmas fair and a children’s Christmas party. It’s Christmas jumpers and festive spirit all round at Boho HQ at the moment! I will be starting with the Christmas themed posts this week but firstly I have this sun filled springtime styled shoot to share with you. The shoot took place on 24th May 2021 in Bellvue, Colorado and it all came about from the idea of Cacti and succulents being the focal point of a wedding breakfast table decoration. Throw in peach linens, neon lighting and the cutest pair of llama’s and you have today’s fabulous styled shoot brought to you by Carver Coordination and captured by Captured by Lauren Finch Photography.
Succulents can be small, which can create a challenge when switching gears from being a small desk ornament to statement pieces for a head table. However, it came together with an eccentric vibe of tying the old with the new. Young green succulents and cacti brought the table to life with their bursts of green and new growth. When we added the mix match china pieces, the table began to have a very eclectic look to it. Adding in the final touches of trendy glassware, the mix was beautifully unique.
Our invitations kept the southwestern theme as we incorporated cacti into the envelopes and place cards. Keeping stationary fluid in the wedding theme can elevate the guest experience as well as create a memorable memento for the couple and their guests.
The hair piece was the signature floral element for the shoot. It tied together the bride’s look, the stationary, and the head table. Having the fresh flowers and real succulents made this barrette look incredible in the model’s blonde hair! Her succulent sprinkled bouquet added texture and a twist on the typical wedding bouquet. ”
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