Botanical wedding vibes at Noguchi Garden with shades of emerald and forest green

Today I am thrilled to share this gorgeous styled shoot with botanical wedding vibes at Noguchi Garden with shades of emerald and forest green.

Images were captured by OANA FOTO with planning by Sugar Branch Events and the collaboration of a fabulous creative team.

This botanical wedding shoot offers a fresh look on keeping things simple for the ceremony but making a statement in reception decor.

The earth-toned and sandy greige sculptures of venue Costa Mesa’s, Noguchi Garden, blend well with shades of emerald and forest greens.

To give an insight into the look of the day Calligrapher Look Good on Paper Co. created some beautiful stationery.

Our Bride wears a stunning gown by Casablanca Bridal with her beauty look created by Golden Glow Beauty, and a unique bouquet alternative by Kat’s Creations Floral Design.

To compliment her the Groom wears a suave black tux.

Also in these times when Covid still prevalent the team has shown us how to very creatively bling up a facemask to blend to the theme.

For the tablescape equipment rentals were supplied by Something Borrowed Party Rentals and vibrant greens of the botanical table arrangements and greens of the charger plates and napkins really pop against the black linen tablecloths.

To bring the styling to a close the textured cake with incredible botanical adornment by Sam Samm Custom Cakes has an amazing bold look that really brings everything all together.

 

Botanical wedding Shoot Vendors

Ceremony Location: Noguchi Garden / Reception: Restaurant Mastro’s Restaurant

Photographer: OANA FOTO

Event Planner: Sugar Branch Events

Dress: Casablanca Bridal

Calligrapher: Look Good on Paper Co.

Floral Designer: Kat’s Creations Floral Design

Cake Designer: Sam Samm Custom Cakes

Beauty: Golden Glow Beauty

Equipment Rentals: Something Borrowed Party Rentals

Cinema and Video: COG Cinemas

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UK Wedding Blogger with an eclectic style based in Glasgow

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