On a passing autumn afternoon, we experienced both a shameless and an authentic, humble event. An ideal fit for couples who find more satisfaction in attractive romantic and imperfect moments.
With rising and high ceilings, the creative team has pushed the boundaries in the storage area. A whirlwind of blush, rose gold, chalk and delicate earth tones made of concrete filled the raw room with a strong and dreamy being. It celebrates the autumn season of discontinuity, combines industrial elements with sculptural works of art, embraces nature and loved ones in an editorial wedding ceremony and explains how important it is to embrace today.
A long wooden table with charred grain has become our main screen in a light-flooded industrial room. The table was covered with bespoke handmade bedding and textured ceramic dinnerware sets that showed an autumn palette inspired by the flavors of the Middle East.
Our evening ended with a miniature dessert buffet with a variety of flavors woven from edible gold and decadent caramel and pear wedding cake. Picturesque flower arrangements were collected in a kind of vase and deceptively placed on our scattered tables. Twisted wisteria and draped fringes became a sculptural work of art that focused on texture, space, organic lines and asymmetry.
To highlight the loose place settings, our calligrapher and graphic designer created menus and name holders in watercolor colors, combined with a light gray line.
While combining a worldly palette with wedding aesthetics, the creative team kept the clothing at the warmer end of the spectrum, adding intricate lace, fluffy fringes, and antique accents. Refreshing, fun, reserved, fashion-conscious bridal boutique showed comfortable and trendy clothes, if not comfortable. Combining the clothing with gold-colored jewels added a boho touch with a straw clutch and created an oddity with an umbrella with a butterfly pattern.
It finally got warmer ivory tones on gray over pure white and beige to provide a wealthy, harmonious layering. To complement the highly romantic outfits, our bridal models had a clean, natural make-up with blushing colors and romantic waves. Our stylists have found the right balance between formality and softness for the wedding dress look of the season, inspired by "imperfect perfection".
Our guests ended our event with customized ceramic favors to remind our general theme of keeping up to date with the seasons.
Photographer: Tanya Isaeva | Flower: ındyfaso | Stylist / planner: Always lush | Dress / clothing designer: Beautiful bride | Make up: LG Artistry | Hairstyle: Sue Natale stylist | venue: Atelier Roquette | Catering Service: Edouard Massih | desserts: Leopard and pear |ceramics: Wild Bower Studio | Bespoke duvet covers: Bayit | Calligraphy: Viviane Rodrigues calligraphy | Graphic design: I can do this design | Handmade favor: Münzmoment | Model: Diya SenGupta & Amanda Schram | Venue manager and coordinator: Revelry Cooperative | Videography: Jeanty Studios