What hard lessons have you been forced to learn this year? 2020 has been a doozy, but with the bad came a lot of important changes. And there really couldn’t be a better (more necessary) message conveyed than that in this monochromatic floral inspiration! The event design team at Peaches To Poppies share their timely and intuitive inspiration behind this editorial:
Even before face masks were a requirement, we all wore some sort of mask at some point: confidence while insecure; bravery while fearful, strong while feeling inadequate, the list goes on. Now in a time where we have to add to that literal mask on top of it all, we can’t really get a read on anyone. This shoot encompasses finding beauty in a time of masks.
Are you ready to find the beauty in today’s editorial? Thanks to the stunning imagery from Sydney Noelle Photo, you won’t have to look too far…
Monochromatic Masks for Modern Women
Our mouths are wide open, with full body chills over this meaningful and gorgeous creativity from the design team at Peaches To Poppies. These color coordinating floral designs are aesthetically intriguing – lush, impactful and vibrant. They accent each woman and gown brilliantly + respectfully.
Earthy, Neutral Mustard Mask
The clean slate of The Wit Studio turns out to be the perfect foundation for this inspiring editorial!
Genius hair and makeup by Face by Raymie gorgeously compliments each woman’s dress and floral mask colors. We’re particularly drawn to this gorgeous mustard look!
Modern White + Burgundy
Beloved bespoke. This ethically-made and stunningly lovely bespoke wedding dress is designed by Christina Sfez.
Floral masks go red for this look, and we’re awestruck between the floral mix and textures!
Just so stunning.
Three Floral Beauties
Monochromatic floral inspiration gives us life! That’s why we’ve dove deep on this trend once before 🙂
photography: Sydney Noelle Photo // venue name: The Wit Studios, Carlsbad, California, USA // event design: Peaches to Poppies // planning: Peaches to Poppies // florals: Peaches to Poppies // wedding dress: Christina Sfez // hair stylist: Face by Raymie // makeup artist: Face by Raymie // furniture rentals: Witty Rentals // models: Devin Uriate, Stephany Shanelle and Emily Duong