This organic wedding inspiration at Diamond in the Rough, blends a modern minimalist aesthetic with an earthy palette and vintage-inspired attire. It features a unique take on dried, organic florals: with a statement ceremony backdrop created from sheets of fabric interspersed with hanging kokedama, a glorious dried floral bouquet, and a hanging installation over the sweetheart table!
Designer and Curator, Rebekah Brontë Designs, was inspired to bring an East-Asian garden/marsh indoors with the help of local florist, Chickweed Cottage, and it was all captured beautifully on film by Pam Kriangkum.
A Ceremony Featuring a Hanging Fabric Installation & Kokedama
For those of you who have never seen these before, Kokedama are Japanese “moss balls”; a single plant with roots encased in a ball of moss-wrapped soil. Integrating them into this hanging installation was a great way to incorporate more of that East-Asian feel to the design!
Modern minimalist bridal style can be found in Park & Fifth‘s gorgeous and sleek crepe gown. But we added some elegance with a vintage-inspired lace bridal cape from Davie & Chiyo that gave the bridal look that unique feel.
An Intimate Table for Two
The dried hanging installation was artfully done by Chickweed Cottage! One of our favourites to date! We paired it with a minimalist tabletop design with a few stems peeking through clear glass vases.
Outdoor Portraits & A Unique Mobile Bar
Looking for a Unique Bar Option? We love this vintage-truck-turned-mobile-bar from Bottled Bronco!
Photography: Pam Kriangkum Photography // Styling & Design: Rebekah Brontë Designs // Creative Direction: Brontë Bride // Olive Shootout: by True to Hue // Florals: Chickweed Cottage // Dress: Park & Fifth // Jewelry Accessories: Davie & Chiyo // Ring: Evorden // Hair: Fox Hair // Makeup: Luminous by Laura // Venue: Diamond in the Rough // Stationery: Plush Invitations // Mobile Bar: Bottled Bronco