Bridal: African textiles inspired elopement

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Happy Sunday love!
I'm so delighted to share this beautifully curated Elopement with you. I've been swooning over this for months (I know it took me a while to blog!), Michelle Larmand and One Palm by laryssalee did an amazing job bringing this vision to life. We chose to give the bride some very simple gold jewelry accents from my curated collections. A pair of the small Classic Minimalist Hoops and the beautiful baroque pearl Mermaid Bracelet. Scroll down to see how elegant they look paired with the African textiles inspired styling.
I mean just look at this beautifully created arch by Wildly Us ! I love the use of the contrasting colors of Eucalyptus and the muted orange hues of chrysanthemums. This magical African textures inspired love story was created in the Foundry Room in Edmonton. It's such a wonderfully blank canvas that gives a perfect blank slate for a Elopement celebration. Wouldn't you agree? 
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I would love to help you find the perfect jewel for your wedding day, bridesmaids gifts or even your flower girl! You can always choose to adorn yourself in pieces from my collections or choose to have custom jewelry made by me. If you're interested in discussing the possibility further contact me today, or fill out the custom form on my Bridal page. 
Photography: Michelle Larmand Photography / Venue: Foundry Room in Edmonton / Stylist & Creator: One Palm by laryssalee / Floral Artist: Wildly Us / Hair & Makeup: Blushed Beaute / Stationery: Sail & Swan / Cake: Brianne Gabrielle Cakes / Bridal Gown: Rue De Seine from The Bridal Boutique / Jewelry: Tree Myriah / Groom’s Attire: The Helm / Models: Mode Models
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