A micro wedding in the mountains inspired this design. But, one that was complete with all the bells and whistles. Just because a couple swaps their 200 person party for an intimate micro group doesn’t mean there can’t be details! Gorgeous favors, invitations, and even an outfit change make the most of it. This Blue Sky Ranch Wedding is the perfect example of how to create an intentional micro wedding.
For this Blue Sky Ranch Wedding ceremony, we designed a ground floral installation. It was meant to look like wild flowers growing out of the earth. It was the perfect natural and romantic addition to our small setup. The bride wore an off the shoulder Leanne Marshall gown and the groom wore a sage tweed suit. We wanted this to feel natural, and simple in the best ways. She wore her hair in classic curls and carried a petite astilbe bouquet.
The old countryside regality and the natural romance of the country inspired our invitations. Ink & Press Co. created a beautiful invitation suite complete with blind embossed chocolate box favors and rose tea bags. My personal favorite detail was the custom rosé label that matched the crest outline of the invitation. The paper goods told a story. From the invite to guest arrival in the country to the dinner and end of the night. These beautiful pieces created the added detail that is so special even for small numbers.
Our table was focused around things that felt lovely but natural. A natural ivory linen and soft taupe napkins paired perfectly with grey china, ivory bone flatware, and classic glassware. Our arrangement design was made to look like it came fresh from the garden. Paired with the taper candles, they created the perfect romantic look. The cake was the perfect final touch of romantic etherialism. It paired elegance with countryside simplicity.
Our bride and groom made an epic wardrobe change for the reception. The bride transitioned into a Newhite Bridal gown, statements earrings, and a sleek updo. Our groom swapped his simple sage suit for a black tux.