Call of the Wild: Decor is in the Details

When we put together an inspiration shoot for Confetti Magazine, we don't just look at beautiful dresses. No, we want you to be able to envision an entire wedding - decor, stationery, sweet treats, and even a ceremony backdrop. We want to take you into a wedding vision and help you imagine how you can use these details in your own special day. For this shoot, we enlisted the help of styling wonder Alise Taggart, who put together this incredible display of decor and details. All of the vendors are credited at the bottom, so you can make sure to give them a ring to sort out your wedding details too!

How about a signature seasonal cocktail for your reception? Edible flowers are a great way to garnish drinks. 

Succulents are on trend and not fading anytime soon. Plus, they're eco-friendly and can be rooted after the big day. You'll have a whole patio full of the little guys in no time! 

We love the look of wildflower floral garlands mixed with bunches of pillar candles. And pillar candles are a great way to add drama on a small budget. Pick up lots of different sizes and mix and match them for maximum impact. 

Is this not the most incredible sweet table you've ever seen? You could replicate the wild look easily by adding in lots of greens and a few bright blooms. Just keep the food elevated on pretty platters! 

The Cake Cuppery made these teeny tiny tartlets that were as delicious as they look. We had to test them for you! 

We know you're going to want to pin that succulent cake! It's such a stunner!

The Talented Team for Confetti:

Photography: Paula O'Hara Photography / Creative Direction, Styling, and Props: Alise Taggart / Makeup: Laura Kay Makeup using MAC Cosmetics / Hair: Clara Donoghue for Eden Glamour / Florals: Floral Earth / Stationery: Rachel Koo Design / Signage: Paper Bark Bespoke Event Stationery / Cakes and Pies: The Cake Cuppery / Cheese Cake: Sheridan's Cheesemongers / Vintage Porsche: Star Car Hire / Illuminated Lettering: Electric Alphabet / Persion Rug, Bentwood Chairs and Dresser: Historic Interiors / Models: Teodora for 1st Option Management, James for Andrea Roche Model Agency and Zarah / Shot on Location atThe Millhouse