The design inspiration behind today’s styled shoot was derived from the African continent. Shereece of Reeseworkzevents chose a color palette that felt royal; something that paid homage and representation to the royalty within Africa. She chose emerald green, which has multiple meanings, but the one that stood out was the fact that it symbolizes a steadfast bond; an important part of a marriage celebration! The whole shoot was captured beautifully but one of our favorite DC area photographers, Chip Dizard Photography.
The floral design was especially unique; Pampas grass was chosen not only because it grows in the lowlands of South Africa, but also because it adds a completely different texture to the traditional wedding centerpiece. Roses and greenery were added to this fun arrangement to create wildlife feel. We also love the gold elephant sculptures, white candles on gold pillars, and scattered gemstones that accompanied the floral centerpieces. Thank you to Reeseworkzevents for sharing this African wedding inspiration with us today!
The following Baltimore wedding professionals contributed to this wedding inspiration:
Event Designer: Reeseworkzevents | Photographer: Chip Dizard Photography | Makeup Artist: Embrace Makeup Artistry | Hair Stylist: Gwynn Geohagham | Model: Camisha | Wedding Dress: House of Jonlei Atelier | Florist Designer: Vivid Experience | Stationery Designer: Bridget Goldsmith Stationery | Cake: Laureni Boucher | Calligrapher: Cygnus Design Gypsy | Event Production: Phemstar Production | Rentals: DC Rental | Rentals: Garden of Eden international | Venue: Harbour View