Combining bold, eye-catching hues with unique design concepts, we’re over the moon for this styled shoot from our Spring/Summer 2018 issue packed with modern glam wedding inspiration from Weddings by Stardust! An interior designed with worn, white exposed brick walls to complement the giant outdoor elephant mural made Brake and Clutch Warehouse the ideal setting to bring the artistic vision of the shoot to life! With the help of Andrea Elizabeth Photography, the team brought together a beautifully conceptualized scene that showcased bold yet moody romance in every image. At the center of the shoot, the Stardust team created a tablescape that perfectly combined edge with glamour using a color palette of poppy fuchsia and black, starkly contrasted with the bright white table and acrylic ghost chairs provided by Coral Lane. Immediately catching the eye is the larger-than-life floral centerpiece created by 21 Parc Floral and Events consisting of greenery and carefully placed yellow roses to serve as complements to the dripping upside down display of deep pink roses. The over-the-top glam tablescape played up gold touches for an extra bit of pizzazz in the glass and serveware, all provided by Top Tier Event Rentals & Staffing. For a bit of sweetness, The Jenny Layne Bakery created three uniquely complementary cake designs to showcase the best of the overall theme. Mixing prints like black and white stripes with lace overlay patterns, marbling and even agate rock brought a fresh and modern feel to the classic tradition! Of course, we have to mention the model bride and her gorgeous blush full-skirted tulle gown from Stardust Celebrations, complete with a chic side-swept braid created by Grand Slam Glam for a refreshed take on an updo. We can’t get enough of this gorgeous shoot! Enjoy!
Photos // Andrea Elizabeth Photography
From the planner, Devan Moorehead with Weddings by Stardust: “I was going for a moody, modern glam with an artistic glare! The fuchsia couch from Coral Lane was what I set the entire inspiration around. I knew I wanted something bold to be a focus, and that couch was the perfect fit! The art on the outside of Brake and Clutch Warehouse made for a statement setting.”