I love succulents. They have been trending for several years and I hope the trend doesn’t end. I love the texture they add and many varieties available.
Keri and Drew’s mountain themed wedding reception this past Saturday was filled with texture. The couple married earlier in the year in Colorado and came back home for a reception. They brought their current Coloradan landscape to Indiana through greenery, rustic woods, texture, fun animal details, and lots of succulents.
The reception was held at one of my favorite area venues, the Owen-Rapp Granary in New Harmony.
November is a transition from fall into winter so Keri chose to bring the more winter colors of blue-green, lavender, and white, and mixed it with the rustic pieces of fall. We celebrated the nature of Colorado with a natural, rustic look.
Keri collected many gold accents with candles, terrariums, and miniature animals. The gold carried across through all of the decor. The cool tones of the floral and foliage materials popped against the warm golds.
The wood rounds on each table added a rustic touch and also tied the decor together and with the surroundings of the Granary.
Keri and Drew’s sweetheart table had a low profile floral centerpiece using all of the colors and textures from the event.
This wedding combined many varieties of succulents with stock, astrantia, spray roses, caspia, privet berry, dusty miller, and three varieties of eucalyptus.
If you have read other blog posts you know that I love texture! My favorites from this wedding are both the texture and the combination of cool floral tones with the warm tones of the wood and gold accents. What is your favorite detail?
Congratulations Keri and Drew! Best wishes to you both!