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Monocromatic Purple Wedding Inspiration

Heather from the incredible Epoch Co+ team reached out to me about this styled shoot, using purple as the main source of inspiration, but adding different elements. She had this beautiful vision for this styled shoot at the The Vine in New Ulm, and I was all in! Side note: this venue is epic.

We wanted to essentially create a monochromatic-meets-ombre purple wedding design. Everything has the monochromatic ombre look, from the bouquet, to the towering ceremony floral designs, the table decor & centerpieces, and scattered petals and napkins. Urban Rubbish is basically the most talented floral team in Texas - book them, because not only are they talented, but they are incredibly caring & empathetic human beings.

For the bride, we wanted a whimsical + romantic look with a touch of a ‘festival glam.’ Her dress had all the sparkles; it literally sparkled the entire time in any lighting. For anyone wanting a show-stopper of a gown, reach out to Coreena’s Bridal to hook you up! Her hair has loose wavy braids with a gorgeous hair jewelry, and to kick up the festival glam vibe, we added a little gold glitter makeup to her face. She was gorgeous!

It was important to show brides a way to set a table flatware + napkins + glassware and still look romantic and inviting. How romantically cozy is that table design with the moody roses & petals with the colored taper stick candles?

The most epic way to end a reception (besides confetti, of course) was a firework exit! We had a two minute show that ended with an actual bomb. It was epic.

So, this wedding vision is GORGEOUS and creates a cozy space for you to experience beauty & intimacy, with a whole lot of fun too!

Venue: The Vine at New Ulm // Planner: Epoch Co+ // Florist: Urban Rubbish // Rentals: Party Time Rentals // Decor Rentals: Vestige Event Rentals // H&MU: Urban Rouge // Dress: Coreena’s Bridal // Cake: Shelby Elizabeth Cakes // Stationary: Half Moon Lettering // Fireworks: Pow Pow Pyro