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Golden Hour at the Historic Café Postal in Downtown Omaha
How can your day be anything but cheery when it’s awash in nature’s happiest color? Our bride wears a golden headband fashioned from Ming asparagus fern and acacia, a lively accent for her lacy boho gown from White & Ivory Bridal. Our dapper groom sports a snappy acacia bowtie.
Go retro with an exuberant mellow yellow invite with a kicky ’70s font.
The eyes have it in makeup by Alicia’s Makeup Artistry. Luxuriant lashes fringe delicate amber eyeshadow, and a barely-there foundation shows off her peachy lip.
Elevated on a canary pedestal, the simplest lemon layer cake (with lemon frosting, of course) reaches new heights of sophistication, festively adorned with golden sprigs of bunny tails, acacia, Ming fern and billy buttons.
Art deco-style brass earrings accent our bride’s serene glow. Artfully unkempt curls finish her natural look.
Our bride is radiant in a “Lenora” gown by Wtoo, with beaded circle lace, open keyhole back and puddle train.
Café by day, venue by night, Omaha’s Café Postale, a restored mail terminal, is a chic, historic setting for the on-trend couple. Rounding out the day’s impeccable display is a golden bouquet of floral sunshine, including daffodils, orchids, ranunculus and billy buttons.
"We want to try to show brides that colors can be used in a variety of ways. Yellow has always had a soft place in my heart; it is my favorite ‘pop’ color in addition to blue, probably because it is not very popular, and I love to be in the minority!" —Natalie Elsberry, owner, Of the Earth Florals