Luxury Black and Red Frida Kahlo Garden Wedding Inspiration: Frida’s Mexican Identity

We’re mesmerized by the intense color from this garden wedding inspiration! In recognition of Friday Kahlo’s Mexican identity, this inspiration shoot focused on bold colors and Frida’s powerful style. After swooning over the pastel tones and blush hues from part 1 of this Friday Kahlo series, we’re more than ready for the dramatic and luxury details of part 2, captured by Roberta Facchini Photography. The black and floral red gown, designed by Joanne Fleming Design who’s known for color, texture and embroidery, reflected Frida’s desire to mix embroidered dresses with blouses and scarves, symbolizing vibrance and femininity. Our eyes are drawn to the overhanging tree canopy, featuring red pink roses, yellow ranunculi, Icelandic poppies, dark pink hydrangeas,  green berries and orchids, impressively arranged by Wild About. Nothing but elegance is dripping from the table, with gorgeous color blocking in the floral arrangements and decor.  The inspiration ends with legendary black and gold cakes by Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium, and we still can believe that jaw-dropping imagery like this exists. Don’t miss this Frida Kahlo inspired garden wedding shoot — check it out!

Photography: Roberta Facchini Photography | Design, Styling and Coordination: Anna Fern Weddings  | Venue: Horniman Museum and Gardens | Flowers: Wild About | Original Concept, Concept Development, Cakes: Elizabeth’s Cake Emporium | Ring and Ring Box: The Exquisite Collection |Dresses: Joanne Fleming Design | Hair: Kasia Fortuna | Make Up: Sylwia Kunysz Bridal Make Up | Furniture and Table Ware: Couvert | Bespoke Stationery: Plume Design | Model: Nicole Andrea Da Ros | Necklaces: Stella & Dot by Emma Riddell-Independent Stylist{"url":"","count":5454})