This modern art deco micro wedding inspiration captured by Opal & Onyx Photography has the most gorgeous vibrant, bold and fun color palette that steps outside the box of normal wedding décor! Characterized by its colorblock art deco-style arches in sunset-inspired shades, this styled shoot reminds us of brighter days and showcases how nontraditional spaces can be transformed for your micro event amid COVID-19! Amber, peach, and rose-toned glass candlestick holders accent a simplistic chic tablescape in no shortage of fresh dahlias and fab florals or bold color palette. Scarlet linens set lovely table places for guests to enjoy a fancy meal while toasting to your love! This faux-bride looks ready to ride off into the sunset with her lover in this breathtaking Made With Love gown from a&bé bridal shop in the style “Rosey,” which features extraordinary lace all dotted and fine as well as a side split, adding that perfect amount of drama! “Rosey” comes with her own incredibly stunning veil as well and can be made with or without the split and even with nude lining on the bodice. Your wish is their command! A simplistic, abstract cake looks too good to eat but brings us to a fun element that modernizes this styled shoot. Warehouse Rose Events provided perhaps the most radiant piece of décor – glowing neon signage in trendy script reading “Soulmates.” This radiant rental was literally made for you to have at your wedding! From its bright and bold color scheme to its dreamy decor, this art deco micro wedding inspiration has something that is sure to make you smile. Read on for a note from the photographer about the vision behind the shoot and a few additional North Texas wedding vendors who came together to make it happen. Cheers!
Photo // Opal & Onyx Photography
From the photographer, Opal & Onyx Photography: “This modern poppy, fuchsia and tangerine micro wedding inspiration was such a joy to put together! We wanted to do a concept that was vibrant, unique and fun and really pushed the boundaries on color. With so many couples opting for smaller, more intimate wedding days, we wanted to showcase how nontraditional spaces can be transformed. We chose True Leaf Studio as the venue, a plant shop and photography studio in Denton. The backdrop was made by myself and Haley, and Taylor with The Floral Eclectic brought in whimsical touches with her floral design. We envisioned a modern art feel mixed with late 80s and early 90s vibes. The a&bé bridal shop‘s Made With Love gown added an elegant touch and fun texture. We even did a reception look in a second dress, with the most amazing floral headpiece made my The Floral Eclectic. Designing this styled shoot was a breath of fresh air during COVID and we mostly just wanted to make something happy and fun to look at.”