This creative team brought to life a glamorous styled shoot with vibrant hues in deep berry and tangerine. Rich and bold tones were paired with elegant decor and tropical floral elements, which contrasted beautifully with the historic mill setting. For the bridal look, the model wore an exquisite ivory gown with a deep “V” cut in the front, open back and full tulle skirt. Under sheer tulle overlay, the fabric underneath featured a subtle windowpane print for some added detail. Her veil hung under her bun sitting effortlessly on her shoulders, and she completed the look with an embellished lariat necklace and crystal encrusted tiara. Next to his bride, the groom looked effortlessly dapper in a modern gray three-piece tuxedo and ivory bow tie. They added a lovely pop of color using a bright orange garden rose from the flower arrangements for his boutonniere. Up the grand staircase and on a platform overlooking the venue’s exquisite space, the team set up the most romantic, intimate dinner table for the couple. There was a round table covered in a textured, metallic gold tablecloth, paired with two gold Chiavari chairs. A statement floral arrangement was placed directly on the edge of the table without a vase, giving it a relaxed touch. The place settings were complete with floating glass candles, gold square-shaped plates, violet satin napkins with gold napkin rings, and violet ombre crystal acrylic champagne flutes. Also, the dinner tablescape perfectly complemented the wedding cake table design. Showcased was a simple, single-tiered buttercream cake, with orange slice garnishes on top and handfuls of blue and black berries at the base. The display was accompanied by candle votives and a flower arrangement in a silver fluted vase. After the bride and groom cut the cake, they clinked their glasses and sipped their bubbly - ending the shoot on the sweetest note.
English’s Bridal & Formalwear & Jinx’d Creative Consultant
Custom Eye’s Beauty
Sierra Collins Photography
Behind The Scenes Inc.
The Colonnade At Revolution Mill