Modern Wedding Inspiration in Grayscale from Keestone Events
by Kaitlyn August 7
We are so excited to share this breathtaking modern wedding inspiration in the most stunning grayscale color palette. You may recognize this scene… featured on the all-new Fall/Winter 2019 cover! Styled by North Texas wedding planner Keestone Events, this celebratory scene is urban, yet soft and poised. Root + Bloom Floral Design combined bright yellows and dusty blushes to create a playful floral palette that serves as the most perfect contrast for the gray, industrial setting at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Rentals from Top Tier Rentals & Staffing were a shoe-in for this editorial, adding ghost-chair-glamour and an extra splash of the golden color we adore. Menus and place cards from Bethany’s Letter Shop added refined detail to the table setting, matching the minimalist invitation suite. An artistic cake from Sugar Bee Sweets Bakery also added to the minimalist glamour with its soft gray palette and hand-painted texture. The bride’s look tied everything together with a fashion-forward Vera Wang from Stanley Korshak Bridal Salon featuring barely-there off-the-shoulder sleeves, wispy hair and natural makeup from Tousled Studio and simplistic, elegant jewels from The True Gem… which ultimately landed on our cover! Avery Earl Photography and Co. N Films worked together to capture this stunning event with gorgeous imagery and video that we could look through all day! Enjoy!
Photos // Avery Earl Photography
Video // Co. N Films
From the planner, Sarah Kee of Keestone Events: “The premise behind this shoot is a simple one, with natural light and clean lines really being the focal point. We wanted to capture the organic but at the same time, have an air of refinement to the concept. This was incorporated with the freestanding floral installation that had structure, but was free-flowing at the same time. The stationery also combined the two elements by mixing print with calligraphy. To follow through those clean lines, the Vera Wang gown that we used had a minimal silhouette, paired off with delicate, graceful sleeves.”