A [third] Mountie Wedding

For the third installment of Mountie Inspiration boards, I chose to explore a Chocolate Brown and Yellow palette with a hit of Red: the Serge.

This palette depicts a summer wedding that is both rustic and elegant. Sunflowers are at the heart of this board, providing warmth and country charm, while the bridal party fashions are both polished and glamorous. I love the result of the amalgamation of rustic elegance. This one is my most favorite, yet.

Wedding Plan, Clockwise from Top Left:

  • I love the effect of the yellow and red petals against the white aisle runner [via Brides]. So rustic; so romantic. How amazing would the red serge look at the end of this aisle? I swoon.

  • It comes at no surprise that I have borrowed from this gorgeous wedding once again [via Thankful]. I am officially naming them the Mountie Wedding Poster Couple. I adore their wedding album.

  • These programs [via We Met in a Bar] would coordinate so well with our rustic ceremony.

  • As would this adorable ring pillow [via the knot].

  • These rustic [and cost efficient] favors boxes [via Jean M] would be perfect for our Cookie Bar [see below].

  • I'm a huge fan of the clutches in Red Ruby Rose's shop. This one would be a great gift for bridesmaids: it would match their dresses and bouquets perfectly.

  • I'm all for wedding couples creating a Signature Drink. It's a great conversation starter and so great for cocktail hours. A twist on a classic summer cocktail like the mojito [or the margarita] would be fitting for this outdoor wedding [via Martha].

  • The Cookie Bar [via {cypress and oak}]! I love this idea. Guests will be offered cookies [as a midnight treat or as favors]. I've also seen this done with an ice cream bar which [to me] sounds like heaven.

  • Here is my token shoe shot: isn't this photo fabulous? Golden Yellow shoes would add a subtle punch of colour to the bride's look. [Photo by Susan Stripling via The Blissful Bride].

  • The bridesmaids' sunflower bouquets will double as centerpieces [via Brides]. Large glass vases can house these gorgeous bouquets during the reception, providing added warmth to the decor.

  • One of my favorite Thread dresses: Gabrielle-Mini would be perfect for summer bridesmaids.

  • A classic shot of the boots and stripes [taken by GJ Photography in January at B's Graduation].

  • The yellow daisies and mums of this centerpiece [via the knot]are so vibrant against the chocolate brown vases. I love the effect of clustering smaller vases.

  • Being an outdoor wedding, it would be quite easy to include your dog. This photograph captures a moment that is so precious. [Photo by John & Joseph Photography via snippet & ink].

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I hope you have enjoyed this board. Are there any suggestions for future colour palettes? [I'm slowly working on a red-white-and-blue number that I'm quite excited about].


Piper Jacquelyn said...

Ooh, I think it's my favorite too! Not a color combo you see a lot at wedding, so I think that's why it appeals to me! You do such a great job.

Courtney said...

Thank you so much for your kind words!

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh! I love it! I love the yellow and brown! This is it my friend! All I need now is to get the ring...step 1! haha but you definitely have the job as my wedding planner!!! The sunflowers are so gorgeous and happy! I think this one fits my personality the best.

Life is Love Cherish Life said...

Wow I love the yellow and brown combo. I was sooooo not into the yellow stripe at all when I was thinking and look what you did to it!!!!!! It looks AWESOME!!!!!! Thanks for using us in your work!!!!

Courtney said...

Thank you so much for allowing me to showcase your wedding, AGAIN! I can't get over how stunning your photos are.

C: I'm glad we have a winner! I can't wait to throw all your faves into the pot and come out with a gorgeous wedding. In due time...

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