Can we talk about this arrangement designed by Amy Osaba for a sec? I want to pluck every bloom from it and devour it like candy. Is that weird? The peachy pink hues are right up my alley and I just can’t stop staring—basically at every single image of this hue-happy inspiration from Michaela Noelle Designs and Ashley Slater crafted for The Bloom Workshop. If you’re aiming for a color-splashed day, this is your blueprint my friends.

 From Michaela Noelle Designs… Often bright color palettes are overlooked, favoring the soft pastels which we also adore. But for this styled shoot we created for The Bloom Workshop, we wanted the palette to be vibrant and energizing; fresh and fun. Bright pinks, oranges, corals, lots of greenery and even hints of lavender and soft pink were our hues. Accented by pops of dark blue and copper, the tablescape exudes warmth, togetherness, and drips in romance.

With a bit of a bohemian twist, we created a casual yet sophisticated tablescape, complete with comfy royal blue end chairs from Found Vintage Rentals and a simple copper garden chair to give the setting a touch of metallic. Playing with texture was one of our goals, so we mixed different wood tones with copper details, such as the Moscow mule mugs and chairs, brass candlesticks, silver flatware, gold etching in our champagne flutes, many different types of flowers and greenery, varied surfaces such as marble and wood, and made sure to incorporate textured details into our gorgeous bridal gowns seen in the beading and sleeves.

A few fun details were added to make the look even more unique, including our signature cocktail illustration, the rich colored fruits dripping off the floral centerpiece and onto the table, our delectable dessert bar and the agate stone coasters doubling as place cards.