When you first begin planning your wedding, a mood board is a great way to help guide your decisions and visually explain your desires to your wedding creatives. Combining this with my couple’s personalities is what creates for them a unique and beautiful celebration.
I loved creating this mood board using a neutral colour palette. I started with creamy shades of green, because who doesn’t love nature! And then I ended with muted tones of blush to really make it complete. Using white as a base I think this board marries minimalism with romance.
The cake featured in this board was crafted by Trinidadian based – The Brown Box. Tricia is an expert at making custom cakes to suit any event. Featured here is one of her naked cakes done for an outdoor wedding topped with fresh greenery and white roses. Head on over to her instagram for more cake goodness.
I’ve been a long time fan of Two Birds, New York and their convertible dresses that can be tied in 15 different ways making them perfect for a variety of body types. The Classic Ballgown is shown in Rosewood above. To see more colours and styles visit them here.
The Flower Bar by Drew Manor led by Amanda is a floral design boutique that has become synonymous with gorgeous one-of-a-kind bouquets and bridal party suite flowers in Trinidad and Tobago. One of our past brides was lucky to have this round ivory bouquet crafted by Amanda for her special day. Check out more of her work on instagram and get your fill of floral inspiration.
This gorgeous modern wedding invitation featuring delicate watercolor ferns and palms from The Knot can be found here.
I hope this mood board has inspired you!