Orange & Yellow Color Inspiration for A Swan House Wedding

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Here in Atlanta, early Spring means new blooms and warm weather. It’s the perfect season for an al fresco wedding and there’s no backdrop better than the historic setting of the Swan House in Atlanta.

With colorful inspiration from the warming of spring to summer, this inspiration editorial features a color palette of oranges, yellows and greens and wild garden florals amid the estate’s elegance. Like the Dazzling and Kennedy Occasions created a gorgeous outdoor tablescape every Atlanta socialite would love to dine at, mixed with the perfect Blackberry Apple cocktail (because we all need a little celebration)!

The incredible vendor team:

Venue ::  Atlanta History Center  Planning ::  Like the Dazzling Floral Design ::  Kennedy Occasions  Cake ::  Cake Envy  Stationery ::  The Impressionist  Rentals ::  Collection Event Furnishings  Beauty ::  Jolie Artistry  Bridal Gown ::   Claire Pettibone  Groom’s Attire ::  The Black Tux   Vintage Car ::  Atlantic Limousine and Transportation Featured on Glamour & Grace 

 

A Swan House Wedding

Back lawn of the Swan House at the Atlanta History Center Wedding letterpress stationery with yellow ribbon and family crest White layered place setting with emerald napkin and orange and yellow florals and gold flatware Bridal portrait in front of the Swan House columns Bride and groom at the top of the steps of the Swan House that was President Snow's Mansion in the Hunger Games Intimate table for 6 with King Louis XVI chairs Bridal portrait in the gardens at the Atlanta History Center Buttercream table runner with King Louis XVI chairs for a swan house wedding Thin, orange candle sticks on a white table scape with emerald napkins and gold and white flatware bride and groom walking through the columns of the Swan House Elegant wine glasses with a wild floral arrangement on a table for a wedding

 

Lauren looked stunning in her Claire Pettibone gown featuring a yellow velvet ribbon at her waistline. I love this portrait of the them, and I love even more that Connor can’t stop staring at how beautiful his bride looks!

Bride and groom portrait in front of the stone steps and fountain at the Swan House orange, pink and yellow floral inspiration for a garden wedding ceremony beige wedding shoes for a modern bride Close up of bride and groom kissing in the gardens at the Swan House Wedding cake topped with flowers and decorated with white, buttercream flowers and gold accents

 

What pairs perfectly with a Blackberry Apple cocktail at dinner? A slice of Lemon Blackberry cake with buttercream frosting. This cake was as delicious as it was gorgeous!

Slices of lemon, blackberry cake on white plates with florals Bride's hand on the window of an old car Apple cider and blackberry cocktails in antique glasses on a blue tray white, yellow and orange boutonniere on a black tuxedo with bow tie

 

This floral installation by Kennedy Occasions created an ethereal setting for Lauren and Connor’s vows. The pair was surrounded by florals, their family and friends.

Ceremony floral installation with greenery, yellows and oranges Wedding couple walking up the back steps of the Swan House in Atlanta that was featured in the Hunger Games Gold and white flatware with white plates for a wedding table Yellow and orange wedding bouquet with peonies, poppies and garden roses. Bride holding a cocktail with a salted rim 3 tiered wedding cake topped with flowers and decorated with white, buttercream flowers and gold accents Groom helping his bride out of an old limousine

 

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Orange & Yellow Color Inspiration for A Swan House Wedding

05/28/2020

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