A Simple & Natural Bridal Brunch

A Simple & Natural Bridal Brunch

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Taryn Williford
Apr 24, 2016
(Image credit: Christina Forêt)

If your bridal style is comfortable, cozy and stocked with plenty of coffee, this natural bridal brunch is exactly the way you'll want your wedding morning to look and feel.

Scroll through the incredible photos captured by Christina Forêt and read about how Megan Walsh, owner of Atomic Furnishing & Design in Asheville, NC, and the rest of the vendors designed the space.

(Image credit: Christina Forêt)
(Image credit: Christina Forêt)
(Image credit: Christina Forêt)
(Image credit: Christina Forêt)

Style

We chose furniture and accessories that are made mostly of natural elements and feel simple and grounded. A neutral color scheme allows the wood grain, marble accessories, and home wares to show off their detailed shape and contours. Using off-white porcelain and matte grey table wares keep the tabletop looking earthy and refined.

(Image credit: Christina Forêt)
(Image credit: Christina Forêt)
(Image credit: Christina Forêt)

Menu

We kept the menu simple to continue along with the theme. The braided challah wreath (prepared by Sarah Snyder) was presented in a cast iron skillet and the blueberries were the perfect fruit to highlight the white colander (from Bomisch) and to add a natural hue to the tabletop.

(Image credit: Christina Forêt)
(Image credit: Christina Forêt)
(Image credit: Christina Forêt)

Flowers

The low-profile floral centerpiece added contrast and texture to the walnut tabletop. The floral arrangement included acacia, dusty miller, umbrella fern, silver brunia, and tulips (provided by Flora in West Asheville).

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