I’m so excited to share this feature that recently went live over at 100 Layer Cake! This incredible session was dreamt up by Morgan of Spreading Lovely, with major inspiration derived from the idea of a luxurious velvet tamarind linen. We envisioned the modern couple who is willing to go outside of the box and be daring by selecting an eye-catching color, but who also appreciates beauty in the details. The tablescape design was kept modern with white dipped flatware, ceramic plates, white wishbone minimalist chairs and unique vellum menus, tied off with a small piece of faux pink toned leather. The florals, artfully designed by Laura’s Floras, fully embraced the abundance of springtime in floral variety and color variation. Laura also crafted a breathtaking backdrop piece entirely by hand for our shoot! Light pink was thoughtfully paired with the tamarind color throughout to enhance details from our place cards, ceremony floral and down to our bride’s shoe choice.
Our modern bride selected a modern low cut Sarah Seven dress, with beautiful lace bodice detailing and our groom looked sharp in a navy tux with a black fashion-forward lapel from The Black Tux. We have found beauty in simplicity and abundance in florals, and wanted to demonstrate to couples that even in simplicity, you can maintain detailed personalization and cohesion from the clear minimalist brides earrings to the eye-catching bar cart down to your invitation choices. We hope our editorial can inspire couples to make color selections off the beaten path, and not be afraid to simplify aesthetically, while still maintaining massive amounts of personalization.
Photography: Cassie Valente / Venue: Tyge William Cellars / Planning & Design: Spreading Lovely / Floral Design: Laura’s Floras / Hair & Makeup: April Foster Bridal / Stationery: Pink + Peach / Cake: Just Delightful Cakery / Rentals: Theoni / Linens: La Tavola / Candles: Creative Candles / Wedding Dress: Sarah Seven / Ring: Susie Saltzman / Shoes: Kate Spade / Ring Box: Esselle SF / Groom’s Outfit: The Black Tux / Film Lab: Photovision