The concept was derived from a place of admiration for the beautiful ginkgo tree, which has been around for millions of years and highlight the changing of the seasons in a dramatic way as their leaves turn from vibrant green to ochre each fall. Drawing from their ephemeral beauty and unique shape, floral designer Amanda Vidmar Design and stylist Ruby & Rose wanted to design a table that felt elegantly minimal, yet allowed the texture and impact of the foliage to shine through.
“The table was set with unglazed Hasami porcelain plates, honeyed glassware, and a lightly textured linen. An arrangement of ginkgo, maple, rose gold lisianthus, mauve hellebore, and honey-dijon garden roses in a simple ceramic vessel highlighted each flower’s abstract form.
We chose a delicate, free-flowing dress for our bride, and kept makeup natural with an unfussy, tousled braid. Keeping with the naturalistic and seasonal vibe, she carried a bouquet of fall greenery and blooms.”
I’m so thrilled to share these images, which were recently featured over at Wedding Sparrow! Hope you all enjoy!
Photographer: Cassie Valente | Film Lab: Photovision | Stylist / Planner: Ruby & Rose | Design Concept and Floral Designer: Amanda Vidmar Design | Dress Designer: Donatelle Godart | Rentals: Found Vintage Rentals | Cake Designer: A Spoonful of Sugar Cakes | Hair & Make-up Artist: Marisa Perel | Calligraphy: Brown Fox Calligraphy | Dress Boutique: Alt Brides | Flatware: Anthropologie | Linens: La Tavola | Model: Michelle White | Paper Goods: Lindsay Graviet | Ring: Susie Saltzman | Ring Box: Esselle SF | Shoes: BHLDN | Tabletop Rentals: Chairs & Cups