The beautiful bride Pamela explained how she was torn in two directions when she was planning her wedding.
“I am drawn to the beauty of geometric shapes and pops of cool, fluorescent colors, an aesthetic wonderfully pervasive in Los Angeles,” Pamela said. “Yet, the other half of me, the romantic who loves to indulge in Regency era literature, has always pictured my wedding as a flurry of soft, muted watercolors, organic tumbling flowers and metallic details. I spent months researching art, fashion and flowers that inspired me and hoped the concept could come together cohesive.”
I have to say that the couple managed to beautifully pull off the fusion of contrasts, winding up with a wedding that had a very beautiful British garden feel with lush floral arrangements and angular shapes like hexagons and triangles with the use of Lucite. If this sounds like an odd combination, I am right there with you; BUT, the wedding was simply stunning and a perfect example of how fusion weddings can splendidly take elements that don’t appear to belong together and create something entirely new and magnificent!
A fabulous invitation design for an occasion that merges geometry and romance is our Hip Roses Invitation in Berry. Honestly, I can think of anything better! The invite features a geometric background and a beautiful floral graphic, with a pink and blue color scheme. The blush pink color and the floral pattern brings out that romantic feel while the geometric design takes romance into a new era!
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