When elevated classic meets fresh and modern, you get the most undeniably wonderful aesthetic, as exampled in this “Bold Beauty” of a styled shoot filled with polished and preppy wedding inspiration from MK Event Boutique! Starting with the neutral yet elegant backdrop of the paneled walls and grey tiled floors of Venue Forty50, planners Hannah Heres and Annie Edgar brought a refined cheeriness to the space through the use of eye-catching color combinations and unique decor elements. Framing the space was a giant boxwood wall from Beautiful Event Rentals, adorned with a giant custom crest in a cheery combo of ombré pink and yellow. Post-visit to the bar, guests would be led to the seating area, featuring an ultra-modern, acrylic table from Top Tier Event Rentals and accompanying emerald tufted couch spot. Fit for the perfectly poised bride, 21 Parc Floral and Events created towering centerpieces in the combo classic of green and white, making a statement with orchids as the bloom of choice. Smaller arrangements of varying shapes and flowers in shades of pink lined the center of the table and played the ideal complement to the contemporary place settings. To add the ultimate touch of glam, the model bride was dressed in a stunning curve-skimming, low back and plunging neckline gown from the Bridal Boutique, with a romantic styled half-up hair do and soft makeup by The Styling Stewardess. We’re swooning for every detail of this shoot! Enjoy!
Photos // Cristina Wisner Photography
From the planners, Hannah Heres and Annie Edgar of MK Event Boutique: “Our inspiration started with the velvet emerald sofa from Beautiful Event Rentals, which we love! Velvet is in right now, and the couch is very bold, so that inspired us to go more of a bold route with the bright color palette, and the clean modern lines, but still a very elegant feel. Who wouldn’t want to order a drink from a white acrylic bar with a boxwood wall backdrop or sit at an acrylic table with all of the gorgeous floral and hand calligraphy acrylic place cards?”