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With a brand new issue comes endless pages of design inspiration, and we can’t stop obsessing over this update on a timeless classic in the form of a black and white styled shoot from Glitter and Glue Weddings and Events! Set at the beautiful Hidden Pines Chapel – Highland Village, the look and feel behind the design combined whimsical romance with bold and modern, resulting in a setting that was equal parts ethereal and elegant. LaneLove Paper Co. set the tone for the affair with a gorgeous paper suite featuring modern design elements, while the menus they created took on more of the classic style of the shoot. A stunning tablescape stole the scene with sleek black furniture and a greenery-covered, wood beam overhang to serve as both a framing piece and a light fixture, all from Belle Decor. On the table, gold and black dinnerware and black opaque goblets, all from Posh Couture Rentals, made for simple yet beautiful styling, perfectly framed by pale pink roses arranged by Lizzie Bee’s Flower Shoppe. Table assignments and sweet quote boards served as additional decor with hand calligraphy by Love Letters Handmade. After what would presumably be a fabulous dinner celebration, a marbled cake from  Butterfly Cakery awaited, perfectly perched on top of a gold and black metal rose embellished cake stand crafted by Chanticleer Wedding Art. And what about the bride, you may ask? She wore a perfectly styled ensemble of a minimal body-skimming gown with delicate lace detailing through the skirt from Patsy’s, a Bridal Boutique, paired with a neat updo and natural glam makeup done by Tease to Please Hair and Makeup. We can’t get enough of this classic style with a twist!

Photos // Jen Symes Photography

From the planner, Ammie Thomas of Glitter and Glue Weddings and Events: “For this shoot, I wanted it to be different with boldness and romance at the same time. Black is such a beautiful color that I wanted to bring to attention mixing it with lush blooms and bold textures with an elegant flair. For the tablescape, I wanted the intimacy of a king’s table and rather than traditional candles, I thought why not have lights hang over. It was something I really enjoyed planning and seeing come to life.”