If subtle quirkiness is your thing, we think you’ll love these whimsical wedding ideas at Boxed & Burlap in Lake Geneva! The creative minds behind this shoot chose Batten House—the venue’s cozier, homier space—for a rustic and romantic vignette with a dash of whimsy. At Fancier Magazine we adore intimate events and elopements, and fortunately, this space provided the perfect canvas for The Bride Consultant and our team to showcase a sweet little “micro” wedding. If you thought eloping meant sacrificing style, think again—this lovely little vignette offers small yet stylish wedding inspiration with lush florals, unique acrylic details and a delightful color palette including our favorite… Millennial Pink!
Boxed & Burlap is a gorgeous, unique, newly renovated event space in the Lake Geneva area that offers two primary wedding spaces—the barn and Batten House. This lovely shoot features the smaller of the two, which accommodates up to 50 guests. Learn more about the event spaces here.
We simply adore the shape, color and textures in this bridal bouquet by Sunborn Gardens. We get a sense of “lightness” and whimsy from this beautiful bouquet and of course, we can’t get enough of the sheer, free-flowing ribbon!
We love a soft and romantic bridal look that leans more “chic” than “princess.” This barely-pink gown with formfitting lines, romantic detailing and subtle sex appeal does just the trick! Shop this style at Floravere and snag affordable accessories at Rent the Runway. For a gorgeous, modern hair style head over to Olive Grace Collective and for makeup, Case in Hand!
We’ll say it again—we love Millennial Pink! And even more than we love this shade, we’re obsessed with a groom who stands out. In our opinion a groom should steal the crowd’s attention, too! To browse a huge variety of chic, modern, wonderfully eye-catching suits, head over to ASOS.
To elevate an otherwise simple approach to this invitation suite Coquie Paperie threw some hand-painted acrylic into the mix—and we’re freakin’ obsessed! We love this fresh take on the clear acrylic trend, and the dynamic look and feel of the hand-painted marble texture.
We weren’t kidding—eloping certainly doesn’t mean sacrificing style. The Bride Consultant and Sunborn Gardens show us how to pull off a quaint, whimsical, intimate wedding ceremony by making fantastic use of this small space at Batten House. To tie the look together, these rustic, vintage chairs were provided by Relics Vintage Rentals.
Of course, we’re still totally on board with the clear acrylic trend, especially when it’s pulled off so spectacularly! Coqui Paperie smartly played off the “lightness” and whimsy of the florals with the design of this seating chart. We especially love it layered against the textures of the florals!
To elevate the “Wisconsin rustic” vibe of this table, this team incorporated whimsical gold chargers, acrylic table numbers by Coqui Paperie and a modern color palette of Millennial Pink. Shop the antique look over at Relics Vintage Rentals!
We just love finding a hint of quirkiness in unexpected places! These rock candy wedding favors add the perfect touch of whimsy to this otherwise rustic and cozy place setting. Find this dainty, vintage glassware over at Relics Vintage Rentals.
We always flip for a cake with interesting details and this adorable rock candy cake from Mia Stav Cakes is no exception! We especially love the way this cake’s detailing complements the theme of this “sweet like candy” wedding shoot.
Full credits for these whimsical wedding ideas at Boxed & Burlap:
Venue // Boxed & Burlap
Planning // The Bride Consultant
Floral design // Sunborn Gardens
Photography // Autumn Silva Photography
Vintage rentals // Relics Vintage Rentals
Gold chargers // Target
Hair styling // Olive Grace Collective
Makeup design // Case in Hand
Dress // Floravere
Suit // ASOS
Stationery // Coqui Paperie
Cake // Mia Stav Cakes
Jewelry // Rent the Runway
Female model // @carlymae33
Male model // @joshuarusniak
Art Direction // Sarah Glick for Fancier Magazine
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