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Artistic Botanical

Artistic Botanical

From my wife, the shoot designer, Jollifier: The color palette and aesthetic were inspired by the slightly muted tones seen in nature when winter slowly gives way to spring. Green was our dominant color, seen in the beautiful Verde watercolor skirt by Sweet Caroline Styles, as well as on the table and throughout our greenhouse venue, Cake. The dusky blue calls to cloudy skies and the last frosts of the season. Mauve is seen in the earliest spring flowers like hellebores, which Devon & Pinkett included in the bouquet and floral arrangements. Our accent color was copper, inspired by late winter’s dramatic sunsets and spring’s first warming rays of sunshine. Art-inspired details like embroidery and hand-painted decor complemented the shoot’s botanical vibe. Papertree Studio teamed up with Ruth Jahja of Seniman Calligraphy to create an invitation suite featuring botanical illustrations, speckled texture accents, and on-theme stamps.

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Photography: Pat Robinson Photography / Planning & Design: Jollifier / Florals: Devon & Pinkett / Furniture: Fox & Finch Vintage Rentals / Stationery: Papertree Studio / Calligraphy: Seniman Calligraphy / Hair & Makeup: True Beauty Marks / Filmmaker: Solidity Films / Cake: The Master Baker / Dress: Sweet Caroline Styles / Jewelry: L. Priori Jewelry / Venue: Cake of Chestnut Hill

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