Fall-Inspired Wedding Styled Shoot Featuring Bold Metallic Details

Vibrant and Festive Fall

Photographed by: Thisbe Grace PhotographyLocation: Dallas, Texas, United States

Event planner Jordan Payne of Jordan Payne Events loves to push the envelope when it comes to style and design. In honor of fall, she organized a wedding styled shoot, shot by Thisbe Grace Photography, to show off some of the most vivid colors of the season in one bold tablescape. To start, she adorned a simple square table with a dazzling sequin linen displaying a chevron pattern in bright metallic hues from Nüage Designs. A few different slip styles were placed on chairs surrounding the table, including vibrant orange covers with extra ruching and simple champagne-colored lace covers with gorgeous and intricate floral detailing.

Atop the linen, individual place settings included gilt-rimmed charger plates and china featuring a variety of lovely details, in addition to rustic menus with a wooden concept displaying culinary options in gold calligraphy. The center of the table held a tall gold vessel with colorful blooms spilling over the top, as well as encircling the base. Orchids, roses, tulips, and other sweet blossoms in jewel tones, such as hues of pinks, purples, and oranges created a playful focal point for the space. Gilt branches and chains accented the daring floral design. A bottle of Champagne was left adjacent to the centerpiece, symbolizing the luxury and opulence of a fall wedding.

Jordan is well seasoned in the art of the wedding styled shoot. See photos from her simple and rustic Napa-inspired shoot, “geo-glam” textured shoot, colorful shoot inspired by Alexander McQueen and Chanel, and a shoot featuring a color palette of perfect purple hues. Additionally, read our Q&A with Jordan about using style icons as inspiration for your wedding décor.

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