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Wes Anderson-Inspired Floral Fête

By: 
Lindsay Gard

Inspired by Wes Anderson, today's styled shoot features everything from a foliage-filled ceremony to a bookcase decorated with science elements such as framed butterflies and mushroom terrariums. And let's not forget the stars of the show, The Gay Beards, featuring beards full of blooms, buttons and more. Keep scrolling to see all the quirky details and head to the bottom of the page for a note from the designer.

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

Gay Beards

A note from Something Borrowed:

"Our initial inspiration for this shoot was Wes Anderson. We love the styling of his films — specifically the vivid color palettes, the symmetry of the scenes, all the rich textures, memorable characters, and playful details. The fresh spring color palette included vivid teal blue, bubble gum pink, mustard and tan, which contrasted nicely with the all the greenery and dark wood furniture. We chose to use flowers sparingly. Instead, Wildflower PDX incorporated lots of interesting potted plants, tropical foliage, and locally foraged moss, mushrooms and ferns. The Gay Beards wore casual looks that were a mix of vintage and vintage-inspired designer pieces. Their beard bouquets consisted of snap dragons, angel wing begonia leaves, seeded eucalyptus, carnations, straw flowers, ferns, mushrooms, and vintage wooden daisies. They also adorned their beards with vintage buttons and confetti for a few of the shots!"