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We’re beginning to languidly pare back the veil of winter and we’re gladly heralding the onset of springtime in this hemisphere. Though the current climate of the planet is in disarray to say the least, we are thankful that it is still encouraged to get outside and take in the beauty of the budding season in any way possible. We were humbly reminded of this while being sequestered because of this blooming springtime wedding inspiration in England from Berni Palumbo Photography. In short, the colors are revitalizing and the brides are beautiful. Nonie Leonard and her team of illustrious vendor peers toiled over this robust editorial as seen below. Though the overall color selection was subdued and muted (grays, soft and deep purples, small splashes of gold like from the wedding cake), it gave way to the impressive flora from Blossoms in Bloom.

The flowers chosen for the shoot were various colored roses in purple, blush pink, and white. They also capitalized on gyps flowers to add texture to the table design. For the bouquet and flower crowns, they continued with the same color scheme as the table design to bring continuity. In addition they also created flower stands that served as background flowers for the backdrop and these were mainly white roses with foliage to add texture. It goes without saying that this styled shoot brought some much-needed vitality and I think we owe it all to nature.

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