Evoke Chancy Floral has been itching to bring the Southwest vibe to Wisconsin for a while now. Various sienna, mustard, brown, cream, peach, and nude tones have been springing up everywhere in modern wedding designs and planning. Our friends at Evoke Chancy Floral quickly became inspired by and obsessed with the contrast between the sienna and copper tones of Zion National Park in Utah, and the emerald greens that grow within the valleys of it. Today we are sharing the product of their stunning styled shoot around this inspiration. See how to incorporate the increasingly popular dried florals into your wedding day vision and get some stunning wedding decor inspiration below!
A Queen Bee wicker chair, beautiful all white boho rug, and perfect wicker lanterns create a stunning ceremony and/or photo backdrop space.
Tassle earrings are a gorgeous and subtle way to incorporate emerald into a bridal attire look.
Keeping the look of the cake sleek, while also finding a way to introduce uncommon materials into it, like the gold geo terrarium with live floral inside, really creates a unique southwestern, modern style.
This styled shoot includes warm weather, desert vibes that embrace boho styling, but also encompasses sleek details like white tulips, glass, and geo shapes such as the trendy, black gridwork of the ceremony backdrop design.
This stunning bouquet designed by Evoke Chancy Floral uses a combination of bronze football mums, black asparagus fern, bleached Italian ruscus, white tulips, cacti, congo grass, orange sun palms, Sahara cream roses, dried burgundy asters, copperbeech, sage thistle, and acacia pearl greens.
A black and white southwestern table runner adds texture and a desert style draped over our bride.
For the reception tablescape, the style was kept natural with beautiful wood tables and cross back chairs from Resource Vintage Rental. The plates, in a matte texture, were each set on black woven mats, and modern, black and white, southwestern inspired linens were incorporated as well. Clean sienna colored paper suite selections from Unmeasured Events, with touches of unique details like sage thistle, a velvet emerald green runner, and live cacti in terra cotta pots completed this reception table design.
The use of pampas grass' stunning dried "sister" element, Congo grass, is beautiful for a similar effect in your wedding florals.
Creating a separate reception look beautifully brings emerald elements into this wedding shoot. The groom balances the bride's attire perfectly in his classic black pants, white button-down, and fitted windbreaker coat with a southwestern bolero tie. The bride's geometric earrings carry on the modern style into her reception wear.