Weddings on a beach in the Caribbean in the middle of Summer”, “Weddings in a forest on a cool winters day” Foreva Events has created ‘Seasons’ especially designed to deliver the latest seasonal trends that will inspire and intrigue you in order create the wedding of your dreams. Seasons is about delivering seasonal trends that inspire and intrigue young couples to explore unique elements of wedding style design that we have established from over 10 years of design experience based on personal taste, textures, colours and lifestyle. We release each seasonal trend before it hits magazines, and provide you the real insight into the ‘behind the scenes’ of creating the trend or using certain elements to create a uniquely fabulous wedding day. Whether you’re planning your wedding yourself or want us to plan it for you, each seasonal trend will share the best insider tips on how to style your wedding. You will also be inspired to stay in trend with every aspect of your life regarding fashion and design in your home. We will also share insider tips to help you plan your wedding day.
Spring. It’s a season of growth – natural, urban and relational. This photoshoot was inspired by the natural growth that occurs in Spring and the parallel seen in urban expansion as well as the new season a couple begin as they say “I do”. With the concept based around growth, a style was created that captures the essence of Spring in a unique way. To create this look a number of elements were brought together and the intentional juxtaposition of elements is what causes this style stand out. Set in a urban construction site and warehouse, the raw and rustic elements of exposed rock, metal and concrete, contrast beautifully with the minimalistic elegance of transparent chairs, simple greenery and soft textiles.
Urban industrial meets elegant simplicity. The look of this style brings together two extremes – raw industrial and soft elegance. This style was captured directly underneath the Story Bridge in Brisbane where the old Howard Smith Wharves are being developed into a beautiful new landmark. The metal, geometric angles of the Story Bridge above inspired the use of lighting truss for the arbour and simple greenery as well as spray painted palm leaves were used to soften the look creating a unique, modern arbour. The transparent chairs, perspex boxes and clear welcome sign create a elegant look and direct attention towards the exposed rock backdrop and the metal and mint features of the style. The metal, geometric cocktail furniture ties in with the metal arbour of the ceremony and the emerald and mint textures of the ottomans and cushions bring a soft aesthetic to the overall style. Stone coloured textiles bring cohesion between the reception setting and the ceremony backdrop, while the glass candle holders bring transparency and height to the table setting.
This style is characterised by it’s mint features – bringing a fresh and new perspective to Spring wedding style. The feature colours of mint, emerald green and silver bring the focal elements of the arbour, textiles, stationary and greenery to life. These elements combined with the style’s geometric details and spray painted palm leaves create a style that is a breath of fresh air and challenges the conventional ideas of wedding styling.
The palette of this style is inspired by the season of Spring featuring mint as its focal colour. Emerald green, silver and white are used as complementary colours with stone and concrete textures bringing contrast to the overall look. The light tones of the style cause the darker elements to be featured, bringing mint and emerald green to the forefront. These colours create the perfect palette for an urban Spring wedding.
This style can be used in a variety of settings – from warehouses to rooftop venues, natural rock backdrops or in an emerald rainforest. There is no limit to the application of this style due to its concept being characterised by contrast. No matter the venue or space you use, this concept will bring a fresh, modern and unique style to your wedding.
Photography by Cloudcatcher Studio + Video by Allan Kilmo Films