6 Effortlessly Easy Ways To Create The Perfect Fine Art Wedding

6 Effortlessly Easy Ways To Create The Perfect Fine Art Wedding

What is more delightful than a fine art wedding? With a strong focus on photography, fine art weddings have started to fill up our Pinterest boards and Instagram timelines, and our hearts are overflowing with love for this gorgeous style of wedding.

A fine art wedding can come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, with light and romantic photography taking the limelight. Fine art weddings embrace various textures too, from crisp white stationery, soft linen table runners and foraged greenery or foliage.

Opt for a muted colour palette such as dove grey, white and dusty blues. If you want to incorporate brighter colours into the palette, we recommend using a variety of different pastel shades.

A Fine Art Wedding Bouquet

When it comes to creating a fine art wedding bouquet, we suggest opting for heaps of wild unstructured foliage, such as trailing ivy or handfuls of eucalyptus. You could simply stick to a fully green wedding bouquet without any blooms, and it’s a lovely choice if you are fond of a minimalist wedding theme. However, you can work in various gorgeous blooms to build an oversized bouquet that is oh-so-beautiful. You’ll find many fine art wedding bouquets are accessorised with a long velvet or silk ribbon in your chosen colour palette. This is a super pretty addition to any bouquet, and it really does add to the elegance of your wedding flowers.

The Bridal Accessories

Your bridal accessories will add a fabulous finishing touch to your wedding day look, so you want to make sure they fit in with your theme and just add an extra twinkle to your aisle style. A dramatic veil is always a stylish choice for a fine art wedding – one with delicate lace embroidery will look beautiful. A metallic hair-vine or modern tiara will give your hairstyle a little sparkle, without being too OTT. A fine art wedding is very much about being minimalist and simple, so reflect this through your bridal attire.

The Wedding Dress

The most important thing about your wedding dress is that you feel comfortable, confident and utterly gorgeous in it. Endless layers of tulle, luxurious lace or a simple silhouette are all made for a fine art wedding. You’ll see many brides opting for pretty blush fabrics or sequin dresses in French blue shades – both of which are a divine choices for a coloured gown.

The Wedding Rings

Ask your fine art wedding photographer to capture some gorgeous shots of your engagement, wedding rings or any heirloom jewellery you might be wearing on your big day. Display them in a luxurious, vintage velvet box and surround them with gorgeous ribbons, your wedding invitations or delicate blooms.

The Wedding Stationery

While we’re on the subject of your wedding invitations, let’s talk about your stationery in a little more depth. As you know, the design of your stationery will immediately set the scene for you and your guests. There’s no point sending out tropical-inspired invitations if you’re planning on creating an organic and simple wedding theme. Embrace various textures – you could opt for weathered envelopes adorned with calligraphy while using modern acrylic invitations. Using an array of different designs, textures and materials will help to make your wedding day incredibly unique.

The Wedding Tables

You can rely on your wedding tables to transform any wedding venue! For a fine art wedding, we suggest using linen table runners in various muted hues. We’re talking white, grey, blue or dusky pink. Line the length of the table with trailing ivy and organic foliage – it’ll look wonderfully effective draped over the edges of your tables. You want to make sure your tables look light and artistic, with a dash of luxury here and there. Bronze, copper or golden cutlery will add a modern touch to your tables, and we love the thought of using glass plates instead of white china.

A fine art wedding is the epitome of romance and this timeless theme is bound to look beautiful. A style that can suit any season, it’s a wonderful combination of luxury, minimalism and sheer elegance.

image source / image 1: photography by kayla barker / image 2: photography by jon cu / image 3: photography by zosia zacharia / image 4: photography by peaches and mint / image 5: photography by erich mcvey / image 6: photography by katie grant / image 7: photography by l’artisian photography / image 8: photography by juniper fine art / image 9: photography by kayla barker / image 10: photography by jon cu

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