What’s black and white and pretty all over? Give up?! Our Exquisite Weddings Magazine cover shoot!! We haven’t stopped pouring though the gorgeous images from Ashley Kelemen and thought we would share a little more of our behind the scenes inspo of what went into this fun day before taking things to print!
Feeling so honored to have been asked by the Magazine to collaborate on their main feature, we really wanted to create something special for them and their readers that felt elevated yet modern and unlike anything they had done before. For us, our design usually begins with a concept or some type of golden nugget of inspiration! That inspiration can come from anywhere and sometimes it can be the smallest of things that can grow into varying levels of interest. For this shoot in particular we were Inspired by a simple clean grid pattern that would lend itself to all the nitty griddy details and makings for a beautiful editorial spread! We teamed up with some of our favorite vendors in the industry to help pull our vision together and began by pairing stark, modern black and white contrast with soft romantic elements of spring! The invitation suite was designed by Miss Multee and was the perfect compliment to the overall design with hand lettering and modern calligraphy. Veering from the traditional, we pulled gowns with texture and clean lines from both The Dress Theory and BHLDN as well as accesories from Marrow Fine Jewelry, Trumpet and Horn and Melinda Rose that would play against the custom grid backdrop we had Back Up create for us . Layered Vintage did her thing and spread flower love over the backdrop and onto the table top and the results were gorgeous! Stunning hair and make-up was done on our model by KC Witcamp with Hello Birdie Nail Salon accenting her finger nails in none other than a grid pattern, taking our look from head to tips! 🙂
We also asked Hey They Cupcake! to create a showpiece designed around our concept and she offered up the perfect blush geometric inspired cake that incorporated our playful use of lines. Our unique tabletop pieces were pulled from Hostess Haven’s extensive collection, with drinks by Baron. To keep up with the mix between modern and romantic, we pulled furniture pieces from Adore Folklore that had a little bit of both and designed a lounge area that was just begging to be enjoyed!
All of our images from this amazing creative adventure were captured by Ashely Kelemen. Can’t thank our team enough for all of their beautiful efforts to bring this one together with us!