Are you stuck on deciding what your wedding style might be? Not sure what the different style names mean - classic, modern, garden, boho? We've got you covered!
Your floral choices often make the biggest impact on your style. After that, the color palette and decor options add to the style. Browse through the examples and descriptions below to find your style.
This style is a little whimsical, free flowing, soft, and romantic. Lots of soft lighting, flowing fabrics and flowers. Often garden style focuses on local, seasonal flowers because they provide options such as cosmos, dahlias and garden roses that are fragile and not always available to ship.
Talk with your florist about airy and flowing arrangements - nothing too tight and formal.
Photos by Hillary Leah Photography
Photos by Syd & Lex Photography
Classic style is timeless. This style is more formal, often with lots of white and soft color palettes. The floral arrangements are more structured. Think gold chargers, cloth napkins and formal dress code for guests. You may find lots of sparkle in glassware, glass containers with candles and more.
Photos by Anchor Aweigh Photography
Photos by Capture Thirteen Photography
Photos by Kelly Breann Photography
Modern style is streamlined often with geometric shapes, simple color palettes and lots of straight lines. This style is often seen in industrial settings, but is a great fit for other venue types also. Geometric lanterns and simple pillar candles fit well in this style. White and greenery is a popular color palette, but you can definitely add in more color. Succulents fit well in this style, also!
Photos by Ginger Snap Studios
Photos by Shannon Ford Photography
Boho style is wild and free form with lots of color. Layers add to this style through rugs, ribbons, macrame and more. If you like to "break the rules", this style make be perfect for you. Flower crowns work in place of a veil and boho style wedding dresses are often loose and flowing. Forget about high heels and think sandals or converse for your wedding shoes.
Photo by Camille Wilson Photography
Photos by Dolce Amore Photography
The best part about your wedding style, is you can combine these and make it anything you want! Make sure your style reflects you as a couple, and you will love the end result!
Pleasant Union Farm is a family owned wedding venue in North GA, about an hour north of Atlanta.