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Virginia couple incorporates succulents and lavender palette for a sweet southern wedding

When 2018’s Pantone color of the year, ultra violet, leapt onto the scene, we knew we’d be seeing weddings in all shades of purple this year. We love how Kennedy & Tyler’s Virginia wedding used softer hues of the bright tone combining lavender and plum with cream, pink and sage to create a soft, vintage looking palette. With the addition of succulent accents, the overall effect was effortless charm.

This adorable couple’s simple outdoor ceremony incorporated personal touches throughout their ceremony including a sweet ritual where their parents planted a tree with dirt from their respective families’ gardens for the couple to keep. The quote printed on the rustic boards hanging above the couple’s sweetheart table came from a poem written by the groom in a letter to his bride when they were in college and now hangs above the couple’s bed.

PHOTOGRAPHY | MJ Mendoza Photography   FLORAL | King William Florist   CAKE | Lark Bakery   HAIR | Rhonda Covington   CATERING | Firesides   DJ | Jason Paige   RING BOX | The Mrs. Box   RIBBON | A Ribbon’s Nest   RENTALS | Classic Party Rentals of Virginia   GOWN | Bridal Elegance RVA   GROOM’S ATTIRE | Men’s Wearhouse   BRIDESMAID GOWNS | Bill Levkoff   EARRINGS | Tiffany & Co   SUBMITTED | Matchology

 

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