Greenery Isn't Just Pantone's Color of 2017 - We're Won Over Too!
February 22, 2017
Southwest
Hotels + Resorts Weddings
When I first heard that Pantone's 2017 Color of the Year was "greenery", I was a little perplexed; how could we infuse this shade into our wedding repertoire? It's super lovely but definitely not as commonly celebratory as other hues. But then Elyse Hall came around with this shoot, inspired by those gorgeous greens, and all doubts disappeared from my mind. With help from Atelier de Lafleur, we have wedding pics that is sure to inspire for all of 2017 and beyond. See more in our Vault right this way!
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From Elyse Hall... There's nothing more romantic than an outdoor wedding and reception dinner - except maybe an outdoor wedding and reception dinner at the Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale. This wedding inspiration shoot went even more romantic with the abundance of full fern foliage, an amazing flower wall lounge space and stunning ceremony and dinner views.

The inspired design direction by Revel Wedding Company and Elyse Hall Photography was to stay true to the romance and classic nature of neutrals: ivory, cream, nude and white. Together, with Atelier de Lafleur, they created a magical moment for the love birds to revel in. The monochromatic color palette was accented only with the vibrant color of the year, greenery and touches of beautiful gold. Fern took center stage in the bride's bouquet, the cake and the eclectic ceremony design. Atelier de Lafleur also created the most magnificent floral wall to frame the beautiful seating area by Glamour and Woods.

The bride stunned in a romantic gown and veil bridal boutique Lillian Lottie and exuded ethereal beauty with make up by Ashley Doran and hair by Emily Hughes.