Colourful Fiesta Style Wedding Inspiration

fiesta wedding

Hello readers! It’s great to be blogging again for Love My Dress® and especially so since Annabel launched her absolutely beautiful new blog on Monday!    Here at What Peggy Did Next, HQ, we love nothing better than hunting down the next big thing, to pass the latest wedding decor and bridal trends on to our brides and grooms-to-be.

One such trend we’re tipping for the top this summer is ‘fiesta’.

fiesta wedding inspiration

Image sources clockwise from top left: Fiesta wedding on Love My Dress®Eddie Judd Photography via Kalm Kitchen on Love My Dress here,  Pinterest, Lydia Stamps PhotographyGreen Wedding Shoes

Perfect for couples after a colourful, fun-filled day with their family, Fiesta is a relaxed, Southern California-inspired style that uses exotic florals and succulents in bright, bold colours.

Image sources clockwise from top left: via Pinterest,  Pinterest, Wild Whim Design, Kari Crowe Photography

With a little nod towards Mexico and Spain, this perfect high-summer theme uses décor that is light-hearted and focused on fun with a touch of kitsch – think piñatas and maracas for props!

Image sources clockwise from top left: Lara Hotz PhotographyBash Please -The Cream Event Bash Please

The Fiesta bridal look is laid-back and ready to celebrate and for a touch of ‘Spanish Senorita’, designers such as Claire Pettibone (The Three Graces and Chantilly Wedding Cake are just divine), Halfpenny London, Charlie Brear and Inbal Dror provide the perfect combination of classic lace and bohemian layers.

Images taken from the latest collection by Halfpenny London

This ultra feminine look works fabulously with boho jewellery – we’re lusting after tribal inspired pieces from Pamela Love and Tory Burch this season.

Design by Claire Pettibone

For those wishing to achieve the look using super-bright flowers and accessories, try a more simple dress style such as Otaduy, Candice Lee or Belle & Bunty (we love The Petal).

Image sources from clockwise top left: Belle & Bunty, Otaduy photographed by Nieves Álvarez and Cecilia Álvarez-Hevia, Claire Pettibone

Take a tip from my previous post and add a dash of Latin-inspired primary colour to you look via shoes, jewellery or a flower crown. We love the ‘Lisa’ and ‘Emma’ floral headpieces by Crown and Glory!

Image sources from clockwise top left: Lara Hotz Photography, Jenelle Kappe Photography via Style Me Pretty, Eddie Judd Photography via Kalm Kitchen (see more of these colourful and creative catering ideas here on Love My Dress®)

Image sources from clockwise top left: Bash Please -The Cream Event  by One Love Photography, From the ‘All Things Bright & Beautiful’ real wedding on Love My Dress, Candice Lee

For more on the Fiesta trend, as well as other top wedding themes, don’t miss the Inspiration Station this coming Sunday 8th June from 11am at the Wiltshire Bridal Boot Sale at The Manor Barn, Winterbourne Stoke. Or, check out the Bridal Boot Sale Pinterest boards.  You might want to enjoy this utterly beautiful fiesta inspired wedding that Annabel featured back in November last year too.

Sarah-Leigh x

 

As well as being our regular fashion contributor, Sarah-Leigh Bunting is the International Contributing Editor for Olivia Palermo.  She also co-runs events and communication agency What Peggy Did Next and is the lady behind Bridal Boot Sales.  You can enjoy Sarah-Leigh’s own wedding here.

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Sarah-Leigh Bunting

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Our resident fashion expert, Sarah is a seasoned editor, stylist and creative director. Sarah cut her teeth in the fashion industry, working with the likes of style icon Olivia Palermo, and now with some of the biggest retail brands across Europe. Sarah is also co-founder of events and communications agency What Peggy Did Next, who specialise in creating unique weddings and experiences.

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