Color us impressed with this (geometric) gem of a wedding inspiration shoot! Give us all things 90s, whimsical and having to do with this jaw-dropping ceremony backdrop from Satin Pavement that steals the show in this perfectly curated bold and memorable scene. Centered on this unique geometrical wedding element, every stunning detail that comes into play only elevates the overall feel and style of this shoot, expertly captured by Kelsey LaNae Photography. Settled within the walls of the HALL Arts Hotel, this artfully crafted venue held the perfect environment to infuse the feel of the Dallas Arts District with the funky, playful elements showcased throughout. Bethany’s Letter Shop proves that you can never go wrong with a big and bold invitation suite that features different geometric shapes and styles, combining to create paperie that is quite literally our dreams brought to life. Bringing a fresh and organic element to this scene, Root + Bloom Floral Design‘s cheery poppies, ranunculus and sweet pea provide a stunning bright contrast against the more soft colored backdrop they’re placed against. Our model bride’s glam of full 90s curls and a bold pop of red on her lids from Etoilly Artistry make a subtle statement, yet still get the theme across in the perfect way while she rocks a flattering, form-fitting gown with delicate floral detailing from Elizabeth Scott Bridal. As if this inspiration could’t include any more geometric elements, Savor Patisserie‘s macaron tower in sweet pastel shades features hand-painted lines that seem to break the traditional boundaries of a normal tower – also making them almost too pretty to eat! Scroll to see ALL the inspiration and to read about a couple of this shoot’s elements from the vendors themselves. Cheers!
From stationery designer, Bethany with Bethany’s Letter Shop: “This one’s for the bride who wants to have a bold and memorable design that leaves her guests expectantly anticipating the big day! As soon as I saw the inspiration for this shoot, I immediately knew I wanted to do something unique with the shape of the wedding invitation. I absolutely love the way the rounded edges of the invitation play well with the rigid lines of the envelope liner. This was such a fun one to design, and I am so proud of the way it turned out!”
From macaron baker, Kelli with Savor Patisserie: “We had fun playing with color on this tower. The asymmetrical color placements and hand-painted lines throughout the tower was our way to create ‘shapes’ within the boundaries of a macaron tower.”