This inspiration shoot is full of sunset tones and light colors to beat any winter blues. Read on for design inspiration from an amazing group of San Luis Obispo wedding vendors at San Luis Obispo wedding venue Biddle Ranch and Vineyard.

From the designer, San Luis Obispo Wedding Planner FM Events:

Can you describe your vision for this shoot?
To use the late summer season's golden and blush hues, in a setting with soft whites and complimentary landscapes to allow the florals to pop and the golden light to shine through. My inspiration was bright and warm pinks, oranges and yellows that would pop against white/neutral backgrounds. As well as elegant touches, like gold, rose, and velvet.

From FM Events and Ashley Baumgartner:

"With a canvas as classic and clean as San Luis Obispo wedding venue Biddle Ranch, the team opted for a simple and modern design emphasizing the white buildings, soft greens of the landscape, and of course the vineyards. With pops of colorful florals by San Luis Obispo wedding florist Brooke Edelman Floral, and marigold and pink accents of linens from Party Crush Studio and San Luis Obispo rental company Blush Fine Linens, color was brought to life around the property. The variety of velvet and gauze kept it light and the contrasting colors lent to the vision of vibrancy. The white wooden table and bar on which the linens sat were provided by San Luis Obispo rental company All About Events and looked right at home next to the white buildings of San Luis Obispo wedding venue Biddle Ranch. In addition, their classic place settings maintained the elegance of this intimate affair while keeping the attention on the cascading floral table runner design by Felicia of FM Events and Brooke Edelman Floral."

From FM Events and Ashley Baumgartner:

"A pop of pink and marigold was carried throughout their day with their custom stationery by San Luis Obispo wedding calligrapher Ashley Baumgartner. From their invitation, to their day of paper goods inviting guests to their seat and informing them of the delicious meal and dessert they were about to partake in, a pop of marigold was a must."

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