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Artists have been using weddings as inspiration throughout history.  Working the rich colors of hanging tapestries or the greenery of a garden into their palette, painters have long created detailed depictions of bygone nuptials. DJ Connection has chosen some of the most romantic pieces of art history along with the striking hues used to show how you can use art as wedding inspiration. 

 

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Johann Hamza (1850 - 1927) A Wedding


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This colorful arrangement with shades of blush and gold is the perfect piece to complement the velvety aspect of Hamza's painting. Flowers by Ever Something.


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Edmund Blair Leighton (1852 - 1922) The Wedding Register


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This gorgeous statement piece with red and peach perfectly ties in Leighton's color choices. Flowers by Ever Something.

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Giulio Rosati (1857 – Rome 1917) The Wedding

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The vibrant pinks and reds mirror the bridegroom's suit and the officiant's robe. Flowers by Ever Something.
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Ahmad Khalili (1943-2008) Teahouse Painting


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The brightness of Khalili's painting pairs perfectly with this vivid centerpiece. Flowers by Ever Something.

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John Henry Frederick Bacon (1866-1913) The Wedding Morning


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The muted colors of the morning are represented in this sweet, crimson and cream bouquet. Flowers by Ever Something.

Art inspired weddings can be wonderfully dramatic as seen in this Botticelli-esque Masterpiece Wedding by Monumental Designs. Using texture, light, and floral elements, this Forty Fort Meeting House celebration was truly a work of art. 

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