PRINCESS THEMED WEDDING
By Kim Nase
Known for her dreamy and introspective charm, the Old Soul Princess bride fancies quiet moments of reflection in the midst of wedding day festivities.
Wedding details for the Old Soul Princess include vintage and family heirloom pieces. Intricate hand-etched, glass chargers set off antique china. Vintage chandeliers are hung from tree branches, old-soul books scatter across the bride and groom table, flowers are a blend of organic and delicate. The moment is timeless and close to her heart.
The venue is intimate and suited for gathering her favorite people. Guests nestle together under the stars, surrounded by moonlight, candlelight and nature. Understated elegance is the mood of the day with dreamy spots by the lake and romantic, woodsy scenery for taking wedding photos.
When planning a wedding for the Old Soul Princess, select decorative pieces in dark hues such as mossy greens mixed with hints of blush. Ask the florist to design arrangements in a soft color palette with organic stems. A bridal bouquet wrapped in flowing antique ribbon makes an old-soul statement. The bridal bouquet should include a variety of greenery to add texture and give it that rustic feel. White blooms, with a touch of blush balance organic with romance and give it that moody, vintage look.
Black and white photos are a timeless statement for the old soul princess bride to be enjoyed for years to come.
Serve elegant mini cakes to the bride, groom and guests. Place one mini cake on the bride and groom table and each guest table, or mix into a full dessert bar with elegant macaroons and other individual desserts.
Photos by Marina Koslow
Model: Kim Nase
Gown: Maggie Sottero 2015 Collection - Westlyn
Venue: The Empress Estate
Vintage Décor: Tracy Amos, Classic Vintage Rentals
Stationary Suite: Elisa Hardy, Designed with Amore
Vintage Tray: Brandy Zimmerman Lavena B. Rentals and Design
Wedding Cake: Nickol Hayden-Cady, Foxtail Bakeshop
Hair: Gabrielle Hailstone, GH Styling
Makeup: Kim Nase, Elizabeth Elle Makeup Artistry
Flowers: Laura Chenoweth, VaVa Bloom
Kim Nase is a Health & Beauty contributing editor for LaFleur Magazine. Inspiring women to live passionately.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.