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“Feelin’ Peachy” – – – the next big Summer outdoor wedding color palette trend

“Feelin’ Peachy” – – – the next big Summer outdoor wedding color palette trend

There is something so sweet about a Summer southern wedding at LaChute Plantation located here in North Louisiana!

Maybe it is the dreamy location or the cool color combinations, but this styled wedding shoot is here to serve up some serious Summer wedding inspiration!

 

First things first, the dress

When tying the knot in the warmer months keep in mind to keep things breezy!

This gorgeous lace and tulle a line gown by Ti Adora makes the perfect option for a Summer outdoor ceremony!

 

Next up: The color palette!

Summer is known for its brighter and cooler tones so have fun when picking your color palette!

Peachy hues are a Summer wedding trend we expect to start seeing big in 2021!

 

Up next: Ceremony backdrop

 

 

LaChute Plantation boasts several ceremony set-up options, but one of their newest additions is back by their sweet little pond! This space is sure to usher in the perfect breeze and a peach flower filled floral arch is sure to create a beautiful and romantic backdrop.

 

Reception Ready

 

Extend your color palette to your reception space!

We love all the different textures and shades of peach this reception set up offers!

 

 

 

A perfectly peach cake

A peach colored cake? Why not!

Continue your color palette over to your cake – the brides cake doesn’t have to be white!

 

We hope you are peachy keen like us over this perfect summer palette!

Here are a few more stunning shots from this Summer Wedding Inspiration Shoot and the local Louisiana wedding vendors involved.

 

Photography | Jennifer Bradford

Venue | LaChute Plantation

Dress | Fabulous Frocks Bridal Shreveport

Designer | Ti Adora by Allison Webb

Florals | Brianna Belton

Design | Mallory Bogan

Cake | Social Bites

Invitation Suite | Line Ave Calligraphy

Chairs | Pelican Tents and Events

Hair + Makeup | Touched by Grace

Bride + Groom | Lindsey & Nik McCarty

 

 

 

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