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The contrast of stark industrial space with softly flowing water colors, as well as copper and burgundy, is magnificent in this styled shoot by Infinite Events. Between the stunning florals by Stoneblossom and the classic vintage china from Borrowed Blue, you can’t help but be inspired by mixing textures and styles to transform an unadorned space into a dreamy event bursting with color and unique expression. Adeline & Grace was there to capture every gorgeous detail.

 

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From the planner: I wanted to bring in the industrial look with metals and copper and soften it with the water colors. I chose serenity, blush and some burgundy. We had a water colored dress (it was fabulous and so fitting!) I also had our place cards made in copper wire and copper mugs to tie in the metals along with a geometric placemat. I made sure that anywhere you looked on the table or on the bookshelves, you would see something different and unique.

Industrial Styled Shoot from Artistic Wedding Films on Vimeo.

Design and Concept: Infinite Events // Photographer: Adeline & Grace // Florals: Stoneblossom // Invitation: Paper Perfectionist // Videographer: Artistic Wedding Films // China: Borrowed Blue // Furniture Rentals: AFR // Cake: Confectionery Design // Dress: Romona Keveza // Dress Shop, Accessories, Bridesmaid’s Dress: White Dress by the Shore // Tux: Anthony’s House of Formals // Hair & Makeup: Ali Lomazzo Beauty // Bridesmaids’ Accessories: Perception Jewelry

design and concept @infiniteevents_ // photographer:  @adelineandgracephoto // florals: @stoneblossom // invitation @thepaperperfectionist // videographer @artisticweddingfilms

china @borrowedblu // furniture rentals @afr_rentals // cake @confectionerydesigns // dress shop / accessories / bridesmaids dress @thewhitedress // tux @anthonysformals // hair & makeup @alilomazzo // bridesmaid accessories @perceptionjewelry

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The inspiration for this gorgeous Spanish styled shoot began with the colonial elements of the venue, Yas Links, Abu Dhabi, UAE. The exquisite tablescapes and styling of The Purple Chair, the romantic and loosely draped florals by Volet, and beautiful photography by Maria Sundin all worked together to create a couple’s dream wedding on the shores of the Mediterranean. The quiet elegance of this shoot is breathtaking.

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From the Purple Chair: Our couple were dressed with both an ethereal and powerful style; we wanted to reflect them as quiet individuals and also empower them in their relationship, fortified by their love for one another. We love the pictures of the bride softly getting ready, full of butterflies and excitement in the morning combined with the joyful strength that resounds when she is with her husband. He on the other hand is calm and reflective in the quieter moments before the ceremony. 

  The old colonial architecture of this Abu Dhabi location sparked an immediate vision of Spain for us and we wanted to reflect that feeling throughout this shoot. Not many venues can transport you back to Europe so vividly and this is where our inspiration began.

We instantly fell in love with the tactile elements of this venue and it was such a pleasure to entwine them into our narrative; the black cast iron chairs and silky smooth stone were all engulfed into the vision. We draped the venue with untamed florals and they remained beautifully dramatic against the simple lines and archways of our location.

Drawing upon the terracotta hues of the Mediterranean we wanted the table to have an effortless yet polished look. Simple details here ensured that the overall look was elegant and reflected our Spanish inspiration.

Photographer: Maria Sundin // Stylist / Planner: The Purple Chair // Floral Designer: Volet // Stationery: Paula lee Calligraphy // Venue: Yas Links, Abu Dhabi, UAE // Dress Designer: House of Moirai // Cake Designer: Dana Badran // Hair & Make-up Artist: Hair – Glamour UAE / Makeup: Beauty blush inc // Bridal getting ready robe Katya Kovtunovich // Lingerie // Second Photographer: Svetlana Kniazeva // Ring Box: The Mrs. Box

Today’s styled shoot from planner Ida Rose Events showcases the exquisite beauty of an English Garden in full bloom, while weaving organic details throughout the day. Set at 48 Fields farm, the vibe is soft and fresh with shades of ivory, blush and taupe. We’re especially loving the romantic, vintage bridal styling complete with stunning hair by The Highlight Makeup Artistry and delicate gold jewelry, with a vintage ring right out of the 1920s. Lush blooms, fresh greenery in the bouquet and table arrangements by She Blooms are total scene-stealers and we’re obsessed. Lucky for us Klaire Dixius Photography was on hand to capture everything and we’re thrilled to be sharing her work with you.

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Photography: Klaire Dixius Photography // Planning/Design: Ida Rose Events // Floral Design: She Blooms // Invitation Suite and Signage: Wild Heart Calligraphy // Venue: 48 Fields // Rentals: Something Vintage / Party Rental Ltd // Cake: Fluffy Thoughts Cakes // Vows: Authentic by FraniFrani Matthews // Hair and Makeup: The Highlight Makeup Artistry // Model: Leigh Ann Soistman // Bridal Gown: The Bridal Room // Bridal Shoes: Vince Camuto // Bride’s Accessories: Mint Lola // Rings: Mangan Jewelers // Welcome Gift: The Welcoming District // Details: BHLDN / Silk and Willow

 

The One & Only The Palm on The Palm, Dubai (yep—Dubai!) with its blush stained walls and Andalucian style courtyard provided the design team, led by The Pretty Pineapple, with a perfect setting to compliment the heirloom-blush inspiration of this styled shoot. Alexis Deaton created a textured cream and blush stained stationery set while Tulipano Deco wowed with her florals—an incredible selection of light blush tulips, garden and spray roses, lilac syringa and blush astilbe. Check out the soft, feminine and slightly moody vibes all captured by Lizelle Goussard Photography.

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Photographer: Lizelle Goussard Photography // Styling & Design: The Pretty Pineapple // Floral Design: Tulipano Decor // Stationery: Alexis Deaton // Venue: One & Only The Palm // Rentals: Innovative Hiring Dubai // Hair & Makeup: Angelique Turner // Tabletop rentals: MyList.ae // Bridal Dresses: The Bridal Showroom / White Dress – Madison James / Blush Dress – Beljour UK  // Model: Kimberley Denise // Ribbons & Table runner: Silk & Willow

 

Vicky and Will met for the first time while living abroad, and they bonded over their shared love of reading. As their relationship grew, they continued to make their love of books and travel central components of their life together. So, for their wedding day at Cavallo Point Lodge, designer and planner Linen and Lilac used the couple’s love of reading and travel travel, along with their modern and vibrant, yet unfussy style as the jumping off point for a minimalist aesthetic, acrylic accents, and a colorful peach and ochre color palette. With punchy florals and stationery by Bowerbird Atelier and amazing photography by Sorella Muse, this wedding is such a treat for the eyes and we’re thrilled to share it with you today!

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From the planners: Cavallo Point, located in Sausalito near the Golden Gate Bridge, provided the perfect backdrop for this New York-based couple who wanted a wedding with a classic Bay Area feel. We sought to weave the couple’s love story and personal style throughout the wedding in a way that was consistent with the aesthetic of the venue.

 

We conceptualized with floral + stationery vendor, Bowerbird Atelier, a minimalist ceremony design of asymmetrically placed potted plants and branches that served to welcome guests, set the tone of the wedding design, and were later reused to highlight the sweetheart table in the reception space. Vibrant centerpieces with votives were layered on top of neutral linens for the guest tables while the Harper linen from La Tavola added visual interest to accent tables.

Playing off the couple’s love of books, we designed modern acrylic bookmarks that served triple duty as escort cards, guest favors, and adorned with a colorful pom indicating the guests’ meal selection. In lieu of a traditional guest book, we incorporated their love of travel by having guests write notes on cards designed to look like airmail envelopes in their color scheme. Cards were bound together with thick acrylic covers and simple silver rounds, making it easy to store and read through the notes from their loved ones. Vicky and Will’s wedding came together perfectly as a colorful, elegant San Francisco affair. Even though it was March, the sun shone brightly enough for the iconic Golden Gate Bridge not to be shrouded in fog and peek out in the background of their couple portraits!

Photography: Sorella Muse // Design + Planning: Linen and Lilac // Flowers + Stationery: Bowerbird Atelier // Venue: Cavallo Point Lodge // Hair + Makeup: Beauty by Chau // Ceremony Music: Amethyst Trio // DJ: Four Leaf Entertainment // Linens: La Tavola Linen // Dress: Reem Acra // Bride’s shoes: Jimmy Choo // Film Processing: Richard Photo Lab