Late summer baby shower inspiration
Isn’t this late summer color palette one for the books, mamas? We’d love to see it as a muse for just about any occasion, but it’s just so special when in celebration of a baby shower, like in these film images Philo Floral and Jonathan Durango shared with us.
The beautiful mom-to-be wanted to keep things gender neutral and non-traditional, so the seasonal color palette was the perfect fit: terra cotta, burnt orange, paprika, tan, sky blue, dust, beige, green, soft yellow
Elizabeth of Philo Floral says, The inspiration for this party came from the celebration of late summer here in the southern part of the country: wild grasses, local dahlias, dried elements, and all of the color changes happening during this time of year.
Would you guess that these modern invites were by Artifact Uprising? Uh huh!
They were also all about celebrating both mama and dad, and even though they were inspired by the landscape of the Carolinas, they incorporated the influence of Allah Las and other west coast musicians as well. So many wonderful muses, if you ask us!
Really, really lovely work, team. Not to mention that Jonathan Durango captured it all on film!
All the best to Jeffrey + Sarah!
Photography: Jonathan Durango / Creative Direction, Floral Design, & Styling: Philo Floral / Invitations: Artifact Uprising / Catering: The Anchorage / Dessert Artist: Tessa Pinner / Rentals: Tri County Rentals