Two gorgeous wedding trends collide in this Style Story from the team at Invitations by Dawn. Such a beautiful wedding theme, we shocked ourselves that we hadn’t thought of it sooner!

Garden Fresh

Garden weddings are fresh, fun and fabulous! Just being outdoors creates a relaxed ambiance everyone is going to love, including the couple. Gardens with an array of flowers and color add even more charm and character, setting a scene that is unforgettable. Now add gold! Because even nature lovers can appreciate a little glamour. We chose the Gilded Garden Wedding Invitation as our introduction to this glorious wedding but you can see the entire collection of gold wedding invitations to find your favorite.

Glorious Gold

What we love about the Golden Garden wedding theme is how well gold blends into a natural setting. Makes sense since gold comes from the earth that it has an earthy quality to it, just a lot more shine! We LOVE the gold bridesmaid dresses in this story and the bridal shoes with gold lace overlay—so beautiful. What we can’t get over is the stacked naked cakes with gold frosting poured over the top. It’s incredibly unique and eye-catching but still modest enough for a garden wedding.

Naturally Glamorous

Garden flowers are one of nature’s most glamorous elements and the world is filled with different kinds of flowers in different colors. So you get to choose what you want to highlight at your wedding. We stuck with white, cream and light pink flowers in this style story because they’re so elegant. Plus, this color scheme lets the lush greenery also play a big role in the overall décor. The leaves with calligraphy names in white are a great example of naturally glamorous.

Love the garden look? Check out the Gorgeous Garden Style Story and the Ethereal Garden Style Story.

Photo Credits: Cake: Oakmont Bakery via Burgh Brides, Magnolia Bouquet: Jesse Leake via Martha Stewart Weddings, Bridesmaids: Joel and Justyna via June Bug Weddings, Place Cards: via The Lettering Studio, Wedding Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes, Groom’s Boutonniere: via The Knot