A luxe minimalism design from Julep Events created an artisanal aesthetic at the Lazy S. Hacienda, with texture playing a key role. Texture sometimes can be an underrated and underutilized in wedding design. However, this team of vendors show us how to create a luxe minimalism design with a neutral color palette that brings attention to all things texture. Loot Rentals amplified the minimalist design with textured vases, architectural lounge seating, and rugs. In addition, Kate McLeod Studio added texture and movement throughout the design using bohemian Lisianthus and Astrantia. The modern approach to this luxe minimalism design inspired Kate to create abstract floral arrangements. These abstract floral arrangements with dusty tones and pops of dark color made the perfect centerpieces for the artisanal aesthetic wooden table. Luxe minimal flatware and modern menus and place cards from Hazelwood Paper Co. embellished the table setting. In addition, Hazelwood Paper Co. added to the artisanal aesthetic with a custom bar sign using a simple, single-line artwork illustration.
Simple design elements continued with a three-tiered cake from Creme de la Creme to add to the luxe minimalism design. Creme de la Creme kept the cake natural and clean using a buttercream frosting resembling the clay texture in the vases. Of course, this clean, natural artisanal aesthetic carried over into the bride’s beauty look. Jennifer Trotter – Lip Service Makeup enhanced the bride’s natural beauty with a smoky gray eye and peachy lips and cheeks. An undone chignon hairstyle paired perfectly with the gown from Patsy’s, A Bridal Boutique. The bridal look created an overall vibe of polished yet warm and down-to-earth. Molly Murphy Photography captured the artisanal aesthetic in this luxe minimalism design. Keep scrolling to see more!
From the planner, Ginny with Julep Events: “For this shoot, I really wanted to get outside my comfort zone and put the focus not on a color palette or a type of flower, but on texture. Texture can be an underrated and underutilized part of wedding design, so it was fun to mix and match different elements, from the almost papier-mache look of the centerpiece bowls to the wooden farm table to the leather accents in the invitations. By keeping the color palette totally neutral, it was easy to make texture the star of the show! I think a lot of people (understandably) get hung up on a wedding being simply pretty, but it’s the really unique and interesting details that make a design memorable.”
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Patsy's, A Bridal Boutique
Jennifer Trotter - Lip Service Makeup
Molly Murphy Photography
Lazy S Hacienda
Other Local Vendors: Julep Events, Kate McLeod Studio, Hazelwood Paper Co.