Mixed Berry Wedding
We picture these incredible hues in a winter wedding just because of the strong impact they make. But with the right wedding venue, they’ll work in every season. Take a wedding in London, for example. The mixed berry wedding will fit right in if your chosen locale is an English garden, a rustic estate, or even a castle!
Color Palettes for a Mixed Berry Wedding
Make the impossible possible by blending the magical wonders of different berries’ color palettes for your wedding colors. Mulberries are known for their deep, dark plum hue, so this is something you could play on. Choosing the juicy purple palette of blackberries will test your creativity, but it will be worth it.
Raspberries’ tart and sweet taste will make your guests drool if you put their various red, pink, and purple colors on the table with pops of dark green for an interesting contrast. Another exciting addition to the mix is the cranberry colors. This fruit from the family of evergreen dwarf shrubs will complete your guests’ unique mixed berry wedding experience, leaving them wanting more.
Details for a Mixed Berry Wedding
The details for your dream mixed berry wedding must resound berries constantly. From your wedding flowers to your choice of wedding colors, go for any berry color. Go classic and divine with a touch of red-violet for your wedding cards. Also, your reception tables must show richness in different berry fruits. Other colors could be thrown in, but red, pink, purple, and yellow can dominate.
One way of magnifying the enchantments of a mixed berry wedding is by using candles. A platoon of glitter-dipped votive candles will give your wedding a sense of quiet elegance. Also, your assorted berry colors will make you ooze out with a sweet aura.
Food for a Mixed Berry Wedding
When planning your wedding food for your mixed berry wedding, your primary delicacy must, of course, be berries of various kinds. Indulge your guests in a mixed berry party with mini-glasses of mulberries and delightful bowls of raspberries. A blueberry cheesecake for the reception dessert is an excellent choice for this type of wedding.
Another yummy delight you could throw in the mix is a healthy, all-natural berry juice. It’s rare for weddings to include cranberry cocktails on the menu, so this is your golden opportunity to stand out. You may dish out wines made from blackberries, too.
Table Setting Style for a Mixed Berry Wedding
As much as possible, aim for a table setting that will feel like home and not overwhelming. At the centerpiece of your reception table should be flowers that come in colors of violet, pink, and red highlighted by lush greenery. On each table, present the wide selection of your wedding food with a menu that stands out in red-violet wedding menu cards.
Pink would be an exciting choice for your utensils that look pleasing against a wooden table. For your glasses, stay classy with the transparent ones. To create a light but festive mood, surround every table with some scented candles for an appetizing dining experience.
Wedding Dresses & Accessories for a Mixed Berry
You’ll want to keep a simple, elegant look as you strive for a cozy but memorable wedding. An all-white set of wedding dresses will work fine for a mixed berry wedding. A ball gown will suit the grandeur of your wedding ceremony, while a casual white dress is great for the reception. With this timeless look magnified by your red lipstick, you’ll be making heads turn just with a smile while walking down the aisle.
Keep your style to the minimum by not wearing too many accessories. However, make this exception for your hair by sporting a hairpin dazzled by pink feathers and white pearls. Other than this, the only accessory you’ll need is your confidence in owning the day.
Groom Style for a Mixed Berry Wedding
A mixed berry wedding theme is the best time for your groom to bring out the teal necktie and pants. Teal is the shade of blue that best complements the different colors present in your mixed berry concept. With his casual black shoes, the man of your dreams will look dashing in this outfit.
While teal is the primary option for the pants and tie, your groom could stick with the usual black suit. This way, he could still embody the splendor of your big day. You could experiment with other choices of color like charcoal gray or navy blue for a unique approach.
Bouquets & Boutonnieres for a Mixed Berry Wedding
You’ll have fun formulating ideas for your wedding bouquets and boutonnieres once you decide to go for a mixed berry wedding. You must emphasize one important thing in your wedding flowers, and it’s their colors. Make sure they align to the mixed berry anthem. The basic ones like red roses are for keeps. You may add pink peonies and calla lilies in deep red variants for the complete mixed berry color package.
The boutonnieres must keep in step with the charming simplicity of the wedding. A red rose closed in by green leaves would look endearing. Other flowers that come in colors of berry are acceptable.
Wedding Invitations for a Mixed Berry Wedding
Set out a majestic impression through your wedding invitations using vintage fonts like Exmouth and Yaquote Script. To perfectly embody the mixed berry theme, use red-violet for your invitation cards. Use gold colors for the texts to match the quintessential feel the wedding invitations exude. You could use the same approach for other cards you’ll use for your wedding, like for the menu and table setting arrangements.
Put so much personality on your wedding invitations. Choose words that make your potential guests feel excited and genuinely happy for your life’s next chapter. Let them know the kind of experience they’re in for on your big day through the invitation cards.
Reception Decor for a Mixed Berry Wedding
The different variety of berries, the flowers, and the candles will hold your reception decors together. Through your creative genius, you could pull off a berry wonderland out of your wedding venue. Remember to design your space in a way that will turn the raspberries and the rest from ordinary fruits into world-class wedding delicacies.
Wedding receptions are not only a time for feasting but also a moment to get you as the bride, and your groom better. So, make sure that your choices of decor will reflect your and your groom’s personality. The candlelights are a great way of sharing your hopes for a bright future, while the abundance of flowers will represent your thoughtfulness.
Portrait Props for a Mixed Berry Wedding
Berries might not be everybody’s idea for a wedding worthy of captivating photos. This will be your chance to prove everybody wrong. A mixed berry wedding calls for a remarkable at-home photo shoot. You could use everyday items like your kitchen cabinet and picture frames for your prenup photos. Even a regular flower vase can be your tool for an unforgettable set of bridal pictures,
Since you’re going for a mixed berry wedding, might as well use the uncanny beauty of raspberries and cranberries. If you prefer not to have any food items on your portrait shots, just use your wedding flowers. For your groom, a single candle adorned with greeneries will look great with his gray suit and teal necktie.
Mixed Berry Wedding Color Palette
This wedding inspiration shoot from Anastasiya Belik Photography combines an array of berry tones in an impossible elegant way. Mulberry, blackberry, raspberry, and cranberry colors are used throughout and the floral design is an absolute knockout.
Sparkling touches like glitter dipped votive candles and shimmering gold calligraphy are woven into the design & are the perfect complement for these sumptuous berry hues.
This gorgeous berry inspiration shoot is the perfect look for a sophisticated winter wedding. The luminous candlelight, sugar-rimmed blackberry cocktails, and luxurious colors give a wonderfully glamorous feeling to the entire event!
Credits: Photography: Anastasiya Belik Photography // Floral Design: Marina Shentyapina // Design, Paper Goods, & Styling: Peony Art Decoration Studio // Hair & Makeup: Masha Fufaeva // Location: St. Petersburg, Russia.